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Le Martien / Allo maman (+ CD)

Charles Pennequin, Jean-François Pauvros - Le Martien / Allo maman (+ CD)
Charles Pennequin is an unconventional poet who tells us here the sidereal aggression of a Martian who has not yet cut the cord. On the CD contained in the book, he interprets his text three times: twice in the company of the guitarist Jean-François Pauvros, and another time alone, but with a megaphone.
Charles Pennequin (born 1965 in Cambrai, France) is a writer and performer, an essential figure in French contemporary poetry.

See also L'armée noire (Charles Pennequin & Quentin Faucompré).
Jean-François Pauvros (born 1947 in Hautmont, France) is a French musician, guitarist, composer and improvisator, an important figure on the experimental and improvised music scene since the mid-1970s. He has collaborated with Gaby Bizien, Siegfried Kessler, Aude Cornillac, Jac Berrocal, Arto Lindsay, Ted Milton, Terry Day, Julian Fenton, Mary Genis, Evan Parker, Stan Sulzmann, David Holme, Elliot Sharp, George Lewis, Jacques Thollot, Rhys Chatham, Mary Genis, Jonathan Kane, Tony Hymas, Barney Bush, Jean-Marc Foussat, Makoto Sato, Keiji Haino, Charles Pennequin, Daunik Lazro, Hélène Breschand, Noël Akchoté, Jean-Marc Montera, Joe McPhee, Derek Bailey, Anne Dreyfus, Jérôme de Missolz...
published in October 2020
French edition
10 x 15,5 cm (softcover)
40 pages
ISBN : 979-10-94601-35-8
EAN : 9791094601358
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