Le sac des fans > International

   
   
[Concert]Shepherd Bush Empire - October 5 - London
Aller ŕ la page Précédente  1, 2, 3  Suivante

Voir le sujet précédent Voir le sujet suivant
 
       
 
   
 

 iloria  Ven Oct 06, 2006 3:18 pm
 

the gig was great like the one at Scala (although i still prefer a smaller venue beacuse she went around the public a lot and it felt more intimate!!)...i am always impressed at the way the music is created during the concert....instruments, that recording machine that Camille uses and that repeats on a loop anything, bodies!! One of the girls form the public was invited on stage to use Camille's machine and she was pretty good I have to say!! Majiker and the other guy (i didn't catch the name...) were brilliant too! there was also a third guy who sang with them, he was really funny dancing with Camille and had a great voice that played very well with Camille's one.
If it hadn't been for the bloody london Victoria line...it would have been a perfect evening!!!
Thanks guys! hope to see u again soon....(maybe with a new album, too?)
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 20 Juil 2006
Messages: 34
Localisation: london
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 clement  Ven Oct 06, 2006 8:00 pm
 

I was there too and that was really nice to see Camille on stage again (I saw her last time in Paris at the Cirque d'Hiver. This was even better...truely). I took many pics and made a few videos so i think i'm going to put one or two pics in this section and send the rest to AVA to let her put this in the media section.

The show lasted almost 2 hours I think and was really great. It was somehow like the one at the Trianon but with some changes: she made the world famous 'I am a girl / Je suis une fille' song with almost all the lyrics translated into English which was pretty funny, she sang a new song a capella 'Bidonville' which was really, really nice and she sang a song perhaps called 'Cats and Dogs' (miawaoo, woofwoofwoof... miawaoo, woofwoofwoof...) pretty cool as well.

It is to be mentionned that Marcello, the Bresilian human beat box was there too and made the show even better (like at the Cirque d'Hiver pour ceux qui y etaient...).

Anyway, that's about all so far. The pics when I'm back home, that is to say in 1 or 2 hours...

P.S. comme je suis tjs le meme Clem qu'avant, meme si je suis en Angleterre; pour ceux du sac qui veulent une trad, je peux le faire mais si vous parlez anglais, ca devrait aller... biz
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 26 Mai 2006
Messages: 221
Localisation: Pau
   
     
_________________
Camille, quand tu nous tiens...
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 fistule  Ven Oct 06, 2006 8:42 pm
 

A Review on MySpace
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 11 Fév 2005
Messages: 296
Localisation: Strasbourg est ailleurs...
   
     
_________________
Mort aux vaches!
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
   
 
   
 

 clement  Ven Oct 06, 2006 10:19 pm
 

3 pictures that were taken yesterday night... Enjoy

http://www.badongo.com/pic/307046

http://www.badongo.com/pic/307165

http://www.badongo.com/pic/307169
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 26 Mai 2006
Messages: 221
Localisation: Pau
   
     
_________________
Camille, quand tu nous tiens...
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 fistule  Ven Oct 06, 2006 10:29 pm
 

Youhou!!! Majiker with short hair!!! Cute!
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 11 Fév 2005
Messages: 296
Localisation: Strasbourg est ailleurs...
   
     
_________________
Mort aux vaches!
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
   
 
   
 

 AVA  Dim Oct 08, 2006 5:52 pm
 

Review from The Independent :

Citation:
First Night: Camille, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
A unique voice which ranges from the feline to the childlike to feline
By Tim Cumming
Published: 06 October 2006


The left-field French pop singer Camille first made waves over here in England as a part of Nouvelle Vague, a group that specialised in hip reworkings of New Wave classics - think Dead Kennedys Too Drunk to Fuck and its ilk - in the style of Bossanova.

Last year, she released Le Fil in France, which won her the French equivalent of the Mercury prize, and gained sales of close to half a million. EMI released a UK edition of the album earlier this year, and word of its unique qualities spread. Her appearance on BBC2's Later - scrawling the name of her album in marker pen across her face while she sang - stole the show.

Since then, Camille has been strengthening the Anglo-French musical accord with sporadic sell-out gigs at the Jazz Cafe in Camden, the Scala in King's Cross and now the Shepherd's Bush Empire in west London.

Le Fil [the thread] is sustained throughout by a single musical note - a B, as it happens - and in previous live appearances, that thread has been strung across the front of the stage. Maybe it's one of those catch-all physical metaphors, a piece of musical conceptualism that can mean what you want it to mean.

Over and around that thread she wields her remarkable vocal prowess which encompasses high, pure child-like vocals with a more classic chanson purr, and all manner of tics and yelps, belches, mouth-farts and throat noises. It's a sonic playground out there on Camille's stage, the songs set up like a vocalist's climbing bars. And that thread, the B note, running through it.

On stage, the multi-layering is set off by Camille opening her concert alone and setting off a live loop of abstract vocals before heading into a brief acapella in front of a monochrome backdrop of inky abstract drawings.

This is her biggest British gig so far and a full house applauds and whoops in appreciation. "Clap without shouting,'' she tells the audience and so they do. "Stamp your feet,'' she says and the standing-only stalls duly stamp, creating an instantaneous live mix, over which she hangs on some more clicks and whelps.

She launches into the opening track from the album I Am a Young Girl prefacing some business with a bridal veil. There's that white thread across the stage, of course, like a finishing line, and that same note still hangs in the air.

For much of the set she's accompanied by a bassist-cum-guitarist and piano player, and digital beeps looped from her own voice. It's a visceral experience, a Camille gig. She has the thread, and knows how to draw you in.

The veil has found itself draped over the heads of the audience, being crowd-surfed slowly towards the front, projecting restless multi-layered shadows on to the screen. She tries to get the bouncers up on to the stage. She hauls audience members to dance.

It's a confrontational charm she has, riven with the chance encounters of any night out. It's down to earth but arty and, with the voice she has, it's a winning combination. She's as good at crowd control as any rapper or riot cop. Audience participation has never been so interesting.


Source

Derničre édition par AVA le Dim Oct 08, 2006 6:49 pm; édité 2 fois
 
LSDF's staff
 
 

Inscrit le: 01 Déc 2003
Messages: 2411
Localisation: Paris
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé Visiter le site web de l'utilisateur MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 clement  Dim Oct 08, 2006 6:18 pm
 

Thanks AVA (but why did u put it twice )
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 26 Mai 2006
Messages: 221
Localisation: Pau
   
     
_________________
Camille, quand tu nous tiens...
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 AVA  Dim Oct 08, 2006 6:26 pm
 

Lol it was a mistake Sorry !
 
LSDF's staff
 
 

Inscrit le: 01 Déc 2003
Messages: 2411
Localisation: Paris
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé Visiter le site web de l'utilisateur MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 clement  Dim Oct 08, 2006 7:22 pm
 

No prob

And another pic to thank you for the article!

Camille, to the cheering of the crowd, feels happy

 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 26 Mai 2006
Messages: 221
Localisation: Pau
   
     
_________________
Camille, quand tu nous tiens...
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 lolita  Lun Oct 09, 2006 10:51 pm
 

Yo quiero mucho la senorita Camille
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 15 Jan 2004
Messages: 164
   
     
_________________
c'est pas ma faute ...
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
   
 
   
 

 iloria  Mer Oct 11, 2006 7:06 pm
 

whose song is this? and cats adn dogs and bidonville?
thanks!
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 20 Juil 2006
Messages: 34
Localisation: london
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 AVA  Jeu Oct 12, 2006 6:50 am
 

Bidonville is a cover from the french singer Nougaro.

Cats and Dog is a song written by Camille and Majiker
 
LSDF's staff
 
 

Inscrit le: 01 Déc 2003
Messages: 2411
Localisation: Paris
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé Visiter le site web de l'utilisateur MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 iloria  Jeu Oct 12, 2006 9:49 am
 

thank you! and I am a girl??? have all this songs being released on any album ??
thanks a looooot!
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 20 Juil 2006
Messages: 34
Localisation: london
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 AVA  Jeu Oct 12, 2006 9:58 am
 

Written by Camille too. She sings this song in concert since 2003, with some changes in the lyrics. And an english version of course
But this song was not released on any album. You can find some bootlegs of the french version, but as far I know, not for the english one.
 
LSDF's staff
 
 

Inscrit le: 01 Déc 2003
Messages: 2411
Localisation: Paris
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé Visiter le site web de l'utilisateur MSN Messenger
   
 
   
 

 iloria  Jeu Oct 12, 2006 12:40 pm
 

thank u! very kind as usual!
 
Camillien(ne)
 
 

Inscrit le: 20 Juil 2006
Messages: 34
Localisation: london
   
     
 
Répondre en citant Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé MSN Messenger
   
       
   
[Concert]Shepherd Bush Empire - October 5 - London
Aller ŕ la page Précédente  1, 2, 3  Suivante
Le sac des fans > International

 
     
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet  
 
   
   
      Vous ne pouvez pas poster de nouveaux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas éditer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas supprimer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas voter dans les sondages de ce forum