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La rumeur parlait de Robert Wyatt et de François de Roubaix. Et pour une fois la rumeur avait raison. Ce premier album vraiment atypique (pas de batterie) a le mérite de sortir des habitudes estampillées french touch. Mélodies soignées, beaux arrangements, thèmes entêtants, Sébastien Tellier est vraiment doué. Entre musique de film et pop dérangée, cette "Incroyable Véritée" est une vraie révélation.
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Par Moplid le 29 août 2001
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C'est simple, ce disque est le truc le plus hallucinant que j'ai entendu depuis longtemps. C'est riche, brillant, doux, acéré, hypnotique...En un mot, à peine croyable. Tout amoureux de musique doit écouter ce disque qui ne doit pas rester dans l'ombre.
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I first heard of Sébastien Tellier when I read he was to open for AIR when they do indeed tour. I searched this guy out and found that his CD is put out by AIR and I felt that was good enough endorsement. Also, the real clincher, he has a song on here called Fantino. Fantino being my last name, and one I never bump into unless at a family function, and seeing how we are Calabrese/Siciliana and not at all French, made it even more intriguing. So I bought it.
Sébastien Tellier has does not quite sound like AIR, though, perhaps if AIR were one guy and had a power failure, they may sound a bit like this. Maybe. Sébastian Tellier sounds less like AIR and more like Syd Barrett. He looks like more like a magician than a musician.
Oh Malheur chez O'Malley - A French O'Malley's Bar? Nick Cave already sent someone into blow the place to smithereens in his much-adored Murder Ballads. I suppose Mr. Tellier has shown us what it felt like for the tables and chairs to witness such a thing.
Kazoo III - Are we to believe there is, somewhere up Mr. Tellier's sleeve, a Kazoo I and a Kazoo II? This song has soft strumming of an acoustic guitar and something that sounds like it is not a kazoo, and murmured lyrics, like a man drowning but singing on his way down.
Universe - Somehow, this sounds like a muffled Beatles song, maybe like a slow Beatles song from, say, Revolver (were there any slow ones on that?) muffled by the vast expanse of space. Imagine it out there, coming from nowhere and you can't quite make it out because your space helmut is on too tight. Then again, a lot of French sounds like that.
L'enfance d'un chien - The kids of a dog? My French is pretty useless and I'm sure I am wrong, but that's what it looks like to me. Pretty song though.
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Sébastien Tellier toujours aussi formidable !!
Sa musique m'emmène loin, loin !!!
Superbe musique d'ambiance.
Je ne m'en lasse pas.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 What is the opposite of lucid? Less lucid? 2 juillet 2001
Par M. Fantino - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I first heard of Sébastien Tellier (Tell- YAY) when I read he was to open for AIR when they do indeed tour. I searched this guy out and found that his CD is put out by AIR and I felt that was good enough endorsement. Also, the real clincher, he has a song on here called Fantino. Fantino being my last name, and one I never bump into unless at a family function, and seeing how we are Calabrese/Siciliana and not at all French, made it even more intriguing. So I bought it.
Sébastien Tellier does not quite sound like AIR, though, perhaps if AIR were one guy and had a power failure, they may sound a bit like this. Maybe. Sébastian Tellier sounds less like AIR and more like Syd Barrett. He looks more like a magician than a musician.
Oh Malheur chez O'Malley - A French O'Malley's Bar? Nick Cave already sent someone into blow the place to smithereens in his much-adored Murder Ballads. I suppose Mr. Tellier has shown us what it felt like for the tables and chairs to witness such a thing.
Kazoo III - Are we to believe there is, somewhere up Mr. Tellier's sleeve, a Kazoo I and a Kazoo II? This song has soft strumming of an acoustic guitar and something that sounds like it is not a kazoo, and murmured lyrics, like a man drowning but singing on his way down.
Universe - Somehow, this sounds like a muffled Beatles song, maybe like a slow Beatles song from, say, Revolver (were there any slow ones on that?) muffled by the vast expanse of space. Imagine it out there, coming from nowhere and you can't quite make it out because your space helmut is on too tight. Then again, a lot of French sounds like that.
L'enfance d'un chien - The kids of a dog? My French is pretty useless and I'm sure I am wrong, but that's what it looks like to me. Pretty song though.
Une vie de papa - Piano, bass, squeaky toy all march along to a man off in the distance (he sounds like he might be outside the CD) whistles, presumably for his dog.
Fin chien - Fast paced, slapping piano like a ragtime saloon, only spookier. Like a saloon piano in a forgotten ghostown playing for the tumbleweeds as they roll by in heaps of dust and dirt.
Grec- Birds chirping happily to an acoustic guitar.
Kissed by you - His singing is quite in the forefront on this one, though, the way it's delivered makes it feel like a distant childhood memory, though, not your own childhood. Someone else's. Then the guitars get all crazy and there is no telling whom you grew into.
Fantino - I love this song, I love my name, I love the name of this song. It's like a dreamy lullaby. Kooky organ, acoustic guitar, therimin, perhaps even a sitar (??) I dunno. It makes me think of a distant land, where the leaves are green, and the trees are thick, and one hundred thousand miniature Fantini run amok picking berries and cracking nuts.
Trilogie femme - All while this song, split into three parts, is playing there is a slow, creaky rocking chair crunching to and fro, to and fro. Then a group of back up singers show up from some other record, like they drifted in on a raft sent out from Burt Bacharach's good ship lollipop, then, they leave just as quickly as they came, a single chime chinks as a mournful voice mourns something or other. During my first listen I was convinced this would be one of the better CD's out there to fall asleep to, and, I was mostly right, except, on the third part of Trilogie femme, somebody or something screams terribly loud, it brings to mind Blixa Bargeld's vocal-screeching, tonsil bursting, hair-raising "howl" at the end of Negativ Nein. It's kinda like that.
Black douleur - I think he is singing in English, I'm almost sure of it. This last number sounds like it belongs on somebody else's album, it's got horns and linear ideas, and well, I dunno what to make of it. Not a clue.
Overall, it's a very strange, hypnotic, psychedelique record. I think I can recommend it to those who are brave. Sébastien Tellier says "You should listen to my album alone by candlelight." I haven't tried that yet.
L'INCROYABLE VÉRITÉ is worth a try. G'head.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of 2001's best releases. We want more!!! 11 juillet 2002
Par Don Chesson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mellow, cinematic, dark, nostalgic, beautiful. As he says on his website: "You should listen to my album alone and by candlelight." Sebastien Tellier has given us something very special and unique. I just wish he'd come out with another album soon! His first song was discovered on Source Records "Source Material" album. That incredible song "Fantino" is also here. Air discovered him from "Source Material" as Nicolas Godin fell in love with "Fantino". I'm not sure what the Philadelphia reviewer saw when they saw him live, but when I saw him it was a surreal experience. He plays with Pamelia Kurstin, who Bob Moog himself has called "The best theremin player in the world." I had the good fortune of being able to interview him in Dallas while on tour and he is not at all the dark and scary man his picture and music would have you believe. He was extremely nice, funny, and my girlfriend at the time thought he was hot. Haha, ok, the last few sentences weren't really necessary. In anycase, this was easily one of the best releases of 2001. As I write this he is about to tour Europe, but I can't help but hope something new comes out soon and he makes it back over to the states. C'mon Sebastien, GIVE US MORE!!!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 For those with open ears 9 juillet 2001
Par Jason Bunch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
this is a treat. It is indeed as frustrating as some of the other reviews have stated, but for the musically adventerous that is half the fun. I have been waiting for a full length from this man since his appearance on the last SourceLab compilation and I am both equally disappointed and thrilled by it. It is truly meloncholic music that bursts into the most uncomfortable sounds at the most inappropriate times, keeping it from being as beautiful as it could be. But, I think, that is the point, and once you get that you can explore this quirky album in all its richness and glory. If you like where Air went with some of their darker and bizarre sounds on Virgin Suicides then get this immediately. Listen to it carefully and you will ultimately not be diappointed. Also, I would give this 3 and a half stars, but I can't.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 So good it could stop time 10 mars 2007
Par Jeff Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Why must you French musicians torture me with your haunting, dark experimental, genius music? This is a genuine start to finish album. Take it from the top. Sometimes so simple other times a weird, deranged, water damaged, symphonic road trip. If you want to be put in a mood, what one, you decide, there are a lot to chose from here, then get this. I've got to stop listening to music it's too much sometimes
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 todo un postre 23 mars 2004
Par Miguel Angel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Repleto de detalles y muy cuidado. En momentos te hace sentir cercano a un Syd Barret frances y en otros a un exquisito pop de camara, tambien se le nota referencias a bandas como Air y recurre al moog en su justa dimension. Este album pretende decorar el sitio donde se escuche y lo logra. Es un tapiz muy elavorado que envuelve y complace. Quiza algunos lo encuentren lento sin embargo tiene toda la intencion de crear ambientes lo cual lo deja plenamente justificado. Yo mas bien lo llamaria introspectivo y de impecable calidad. Te obliga a escuchar con los ojos cerrados y logra transportar. Genial
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