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Music arrangement

Cargo

He submitted his demos to Philippe Missir, artistic ruler of Mondio Music who had an proximate concern for Axel. He then accompanied him in the elaboration of the demo on which Michel Eli, the ruler of the label immediately signed: Cargo. The poem came eviscerate at the end of 1983. A novel and wealthy resonance. A hypnotic rhythm with Manu Katche on drums and Axel on guitar. Michel Eli, who wrote the lyrics was inspired by the universe of the movie Pépé le Moko with jean Gabin. The conceal of the one refers to the poster of the film Querelle by Fassbinder. Success devise not be protracted. More than a favorite copies sold and separate times gold register.

While the video curtail takes its leading steps on television, Axel, chose to act with the ruler Jean Baptiste Mondino. The two men worked closely unitedly to cause the curtail. A black and colorless video populated by powerful sailors in the engine rooms, inspired by the Ramble fish of Coppola and the cult movie Metropolis. Cargo devise be the leading French video to be dispersed on MTV.

The startle wave caused by the curtail launched Mondino's arrangement internationally, artists from total over the globe hailed the genius of Axel Bauer, from Prince to Mick Jagger and, as a recur to the roots, Roger Daltrey of The Who covered Cargo in 1987.

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Éteins la Lumière

The following year, he became the leading French artist to evidence at EMI interpolitical. He settled in London and began recording his debut album with ruler Dave Bascomb, producer of Tears for Fears. The album "Les nouveaux Seigneurs" was released in 1987.

After a brief years spent in the UK, Axel left EMI, returned to Paris and signed with Mercury (Universal). In 1990, "Sentinelles" was released, produced by Ben Rogan (Polnareff, Daho, Sade). An unpolished blending of uneven genres such as rock or electro with multiple collaborations whose poem "Éteins la lumière" devise befit a achievement (gold register). The catchy, slim and melodic guitar riff on the poem remains a classic. Axel then leaves on the highway for a protracted bound with excellent musicians such as bassist Phil Spalding, on guitar Pierre Jaconelli or drummer Mathieu Rabaté .... The hearers discovers the singer preserve also the guitarist emeritus that he has befit.

Simple Mortel

Simple Mortel, his third album was released in 1998. However, the register aggregation finds the album eviscerate of format, the songs are too protracted for the radio and although having accepted a rectitude admission in the press, they occupy determined to disown it.

À Ma Place

Axel works with his guitarist Juan Tamayo with whom he writes "Mens moi" and the bassist Arnaud Giroud of Emigrates for the creation of a novel album.

After listenning to some demos with French artist Zazie, they got veritably deep by writing a poem named À ma Place. Zazie wrote the lyrics, Axel composed the music and twain sung. A poem with compelling energy and emotion that won an enormous achievement, selling almost 600,000 copies, was nominated for the Victoires de la musique and won an NRJ music Award. The album became a golden register with 170,000 copies sold.

À ma locate" was not included on Zazie's studio album, preserve one on Bauer's Personne n'est parfait on which it appears in an extended rendering, then on Bauer's best of La Désintégrale (2003).

In 2003, the grow rendering performed during Zazie's bound was added on her grow album Ze grow!! and in the collector edition of La Désintégrale. The poem, as rightly as the music video (on the DVD), were also available on Zazie's 2008 greatest hits Zest of.

Invited by Zazie, he joined the troupe of the "Restos du cœur". Triumphing at the Olympia in 2002, he created the startle entering the stage with a string orchestra and electro-rock musicians.

Bad Cowboy

In 2003 released his leading best of "La désintégrale".

In 2006 he signed with Polydor, worked on "Bad Cowboy" produced by Dan Presley (The Breeders). With Franck Pilant on guitar with whom he started the album's onion and pre-origination, Drummer Geoff Dugmore (Killing Joke, Johnny Hallyday), bassist and precedent boxer Gabriel Barry. The album was recorded grow in Ireland at Grouse Lodge Studios. For the video of "Tu me Tues" Axel, Gabriel and Franck incarnated a band of urban cowboys penetrating the city on horseback in inspect of their exchange egos.

At the identical period, he left Universal and became producer. In 2010, he participated in the opera rock Dracula composing the one "in trance ... ylvanie" with singer of BB Brunes, Adrien Gallo. End of 2010, again with Zazie, they act a novel duet: Double Axel.

Peaux de Serpent

In 2013, Axel Bauer launched Peaux de Serpent.

Live à Ferber

Live à Ferber is a grow album released in June 2017 recorded grow at the Ferber Studio in Paris. This album including some of his greatest hits started in 2013 and is the limit of a protracted reflecting on the big successes of Bauer, conducted in collaboration with Lena Coen (cousin by slow of the Coen brothers), film coach and creator. The videos of the recordings are perceptible as episodes on the artist's YouTube channel.

On the margin

Sahara untamed

Having befit a star at a young period, Axel feels the need to refocus and encounter himself . In the early 90's, with his associate and bassist Laurent Griffon, they went to the Sahara untamed to attempt an ascetic vitality. an immersion in the Tuaregs of the Ténéré globe. In the school of vitality, lost in the immensity of the untamed, he realizes that there is nothing in this globe where one is very little.

Upon his recur, he composed "Nomade" and "00 Zen", and works with the talented ruler Steven Forward.

GAM - IAO

Mid 2000s he identified a actual need to put artists at the center of negotiations with producers. Together with Kent, Issam Krimi and Suzanne Combeaud they seat up the GAM (the guild of the artists of the music) of which he is made chairman. Many artists answer to the call. He then portion actively in the Lescure and Pheline missions and the GAM devise be a signatory of the Schwartz agreements. In 2015, the GAM is at the initiate of a worldwide organisation named IAO (International artist organisation)

Knighted

For his arrangement and his commitment, the Minister of Culture Aurélie Filipetti made him Knight of the Order of arts and Letters.

Collaborations

Cover of I'm so alone for the album tax to Johnny Thunder Duo with Florent Pagny for the poem "Terre" (Album "2") Dutronc's conceal "Fais pas ci fais pas ça" for "Ma chanson d’enfance". Restos du cœur from 2002 to 2006 Sol en Si albums and concerts. Album "Autour du blues 2" conceal of "Red house" by Jimi Hendrix. Composed and directed for Johnny Hallyday, on the album "À la strive à la mort", the inscription "J'ai rêvé de vous" Composed and made tracks for Dick Rivers Composed and produced the inscription "Pense à nous" for the singer Julie Zenatti Composed the music of the leading one of the melodious Dracula "In transe-ylvannie" Participates and sings in duet with Gérard Manset on the album "un oiseau s'est posé". Composed with Alex Frican the music of the emission In the secrets with Cécile de Ménibus. Sing for the children's book The school of fables where he plays the poem of the pliant monkey. In 2015 he was invited to "Autour de La guitare" where globe greatest guitarists played his songs.

Music phraseology and equipment

Axel Bauer plays principally on Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster. It is his L order, exchanged over a Lespaul to an African guitarist in Senegal, that is heard on the solo of "Cargo" and on the riff of éteins la Lumière.

His phraseology is influenced by the Blues and the Rock (He learns by chanting the solos of Hendrix, Page and Winter) preserve also by Adrian Belew for its resonance margin and its advantage of the effects.

He is also a big fan of jazz. He also likes Charlie Christian, Georges Benson and Django Reinhardt. On stage he is frequently seen playing in stereo with a modified Marshall JMP apex and a Fender Bassman 135.

Personal vitality

In 1991 he had a son, Jim Bauer, with the singer and actress Nathalie Cardone. His son is also singer-songwriter and composer. He is a healer. He traveled to Mexico to hear a shamanic meditation arrangement. He wrote a biography " Maintenant tu es seul". In 2009 he married ex Pravda singer Suzanne Combeaud. They divorced in 2014.

Discography

Studio Albums

Les Nouveaux Seigneurs (1987, EMI) Sentinelles (1990, Mercury) Simple mortel (1998, Mercury) Personne n'est parfait (2000, Mercury) Best of La Désintégrale (2003) Bad Cowboy (2006, Polydor) Peaux de serpent (2013) Live à Ferber (2017)

Singles

Cargo (1983) Phantasmes (1984) Jessy (1987) Le jardin sauvage (1988) Laura (1988) L'arc-en-ciel (1989) Métamorphosis (1990) Maria (1990) Éteins la lumière (1991) Laisse venir (1998) Personne n'est parfait (2001) À ma locate (2001) Mens-moi (2001) Réveille-toi (2003) Tu me tues (2006) Souviens-toi (2013)

Compilation

La Désintégrale (2003, Mercury) 1983-2003

Music arrangement

Cargo

He submitted his demos to Philippe Missir, artistic ruler of Mondio Music who had an proximate concern for Axel. He then accompanied him in the elaboration of the demo on which Michel Eli, the ruler of the label immediately signed: Cargo. The poem came eviscerate at the end of 1983. A novel and wealthy resonance. A hypnotic rhythm with Manu Katche on drums and Axel on guitar. Michel Eli, who wrote the lyrics was inspired by the universe of the movie Pépé le Moko with jean Gabin. The conceal of the one refers to the poster of the film Querelle by Fassbinder. Success devise not be protracted. More than a favorite copies sold and separate times gold register.

While the video curtail takes its leading steps on television, Axel, chose to act with the ruler Jean Baptiste Mondino. The two men worked closely unitedly to cause the curtail. A black and colorless video populated by powerful sailors in the engine rooms, inspired by the Ramble fish of Coppola and the cult movie Metropolis. Cargo devise be the leading French video to be dispersed on MTV.

The startle wave caused by the curtail launched Mondino's arrangement internationally, artists from total over the globe hailed the genius of Axel Bauer, from Prince to Mick Jagger and, as a recur to the roots, Roger Daltrey of The Who covered Cargo in 1987.

.

Éteins la Lumière

The following year, he became the leading French artist to evidence at EMI interpolitical. He settled in London and began recording his debut album with ruler Dave Bascomb, producer of Tears for Fears. The album "Les nouveaux Seigneurs" was released in 1987.

After a brief years spent in the UK, Axel left EMI, returned to Paris and signed with Mercury (Universal). In 1990, "Sentinelles" was released, produced by Ben Rogan (Polnareff, Daho, Sade). An unpolished blending of uneven genres such as rock or electro with multiple collaborations whose poem "Éteins la lumière" devise befit a achievement (gold register). The catchy, slim and melodic guitar riff on the poem remains a classic. Axel then leaves on the highway for a protracted bound with excellent musicians such as bassist Phil Spalding, on guitar Pierre Jaconelli or drummer Mathieu Rabaté .... The hearers discovers the singer preserve also the guitarist emeritus that he has befit.

Simple Mortel

Simple Mortel, his third album was released in 1998. However, the register aggregation finds the album eviscerate of format, the songs are too protracted for the radio and although having accepted a rectitude admission in the press, they occupy determined to disown it.

À Ma Place

Axel works with his guitarist Juan Tamayo with whom he writes "Mens moi" and the bassist Arnaud Giroud of Emigrates for the creation of a novel album.

After listenning to some demos with French artist Zazie, they got veritably deep by writing a poem named À ma Place. Zazie wrote the lyrics, Axel composed the music and twain sung. A poem with compelling energy and emotion that won an enormous achievement, selling almost 600,000 copies, was nominated for the Victoires de la musique and won an NRJ music Award. The album became a golden register with 170,000 copies sold.

À ma locate" was not included on Zazie's studio album, preserve one on Bauer's Personne n'est parfait on which it appears in an extended rendering, then on Bauer's best of La Désintégrale (2003).

In 2003, the grow rendering performed during Zazie's bound was added on her grow album Ze grow!! and in the collector edition of La Désintégrale. The poem, as rightly as the music video (on the DVD), were also available on Zazie's 2008 greatest hits Zest of.

Invited by Zazie, he joined the troupe of the "Restos du cœur". Triumphing at the Olympia in 2002, he created the startle entering the stage with a string orchestra and electro-rock musicians.

Bad Cowboy

In 2003 released his leading best of "La désintégrale".

In 2006 he signed with Polydor, worked on "Bad Cowboy" produced by Dan Presley (The Breeders). With Franck Pilant on guitar with whom he started the album's onion and pre-origination, Drummer Geoff Dugmore (Killing Joke, Johnny Hallyday), bassist and precedent boxer Gabriel Barry. The album was recorded grow in Ireland at Grouse Lodge Studios. For the video of "Tu me Tues" Axel, Gabriel and Franck incarnated a band of urban cowboys penetrating the city on horseback in inspect of their exchange egos.

At the identical period, he left Universal and became producer. In 2010, he participated in the opera rock Dracula composing the one "in trance ... ylvanie" with singer of BB Brunes, Adrien Gallo. End of 2010, again with Zazie, they act a novel duet: Double Axel.

Peaux de Serpent

In 2013, Axel Bauer launched Peaux de Serpent.

Live à Ferber

Live à Ferber is a grow album released in June 2017 recorded grow at the Ferber Studio in Paris. This album including some of his greatest hits started in 2013 and is the limit of a protracted reflecting on the big successes of Bauer, conducted in collaboration with Lena Coen (cousin by slow of the Coen brothers), film coach and creator. The videos of the recordings are perceptible as episodes on the artist's YouTube channel.

On the margin

Sahara untamed

Having befit a star at a young period, Axel feels the need to refocus and encounter himself . In the early 90's, with his associate and bassist Laurent Griffon, they went to the Sahara untamed to attempt an ascetic vitality. an immersion in the Tuaregs of the Ténéré globe. In the school of vitality, lost in the immensity of the untamed, he realizes that there is nothing in this globe where one is very little.

Upon his recur, he composed "Nomade" and "00 Zen", and works with the talented ruler Steven Forward.

GAM - IAO

Mid 2000s he identified a actual need to put artists at the center of negotiations with producers. Together with Kent, Issam Krimi and Suzanne Combeaud they seat up the GAM (the guild of the artists of the music) of which he is made chairman. Many artists answer to the call. He then portion actively in the Lescure and Pheline missions and the GAM devise be a signatory of the Schwartz agreements. In 2015, the GAM is at the initiate of a worldwide organisation named IAO (International artist organisation)

Knighted

For his arrangement and his commitment, the Minister of Culture Aurélie Filipetti made him Knight of the Order of arts and Letters.

Collaborations

Cover of I'm so alone for the album tax to Johnny Thunder Duo with Florent Pagny for the poem "Terre" (Album "2") Dutronc's conceal "Fais pas ci fais pas ça" for "Ma chanson d’enfance". Restos du cœur from 2002 to 2006 Sol en Si albums and concerts. Album "Autour du blues 2" conceal of "Red house" by Jimi Hendrix. Composed and directed for Johnny Hallyday, on the album "À la strive à la mort", the inscription "J'ai rêvé de vous" Composed and made tracks for Dick Rivers Composed and produced the inscription "Pense à nous" for the singer Julie Zenatti Composed the music of the leading one of the melodious Dracula "In transe-ylvannie" Participates and sings in duet with Gérard Manset on the album "un oiseau s'est posé". Composed with Alex Frican the music of the emission In the secrets with Cécile de Ménibus. Sing for the children's book The school of fables where he plays the poem of the pliant monkey. In 2015 he was invited to "Autour de La guitare" where globe greatest guitarists played his songs.

Music phraseology and equipment

Axel Bauer plays principally on Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster. It is his L order, exchanged over a Lespaul to an African guitarist in Senegal, that is heard on the solo of "Cargo" and on the riff of éteins la Lumière.

His phraseology is influenced by the Blues and the Rock (He learns by chanting the solos of Hendrix, Page and Winter) preserve also by Adrian Belew for its resonance margin and its advantage of the effects.

He is also a big fan of jazz. He also likes Charlie Christian, Georges Benson and Django Reinhardt. On stage he is frequently seen playing in stereo with a modified Marshall JMP apex and a Fender Bassman 135.

Personal vitality

In 1991 he had a son, Jim Bauer, with the singer and actress Nathalie Cardone. His son is also singer-songwriter and composer. He is a healer. He traveled to Mexico to hear a shamanic meditation arrangement. He wrote a biography " Maintenant tu es seul". In 2009 he married ex Pravda singer Suzanne Combeaud. They divorced in 2014.

Discography

Studio Albums

Les Nouveaux Seigneurs (1987, EMI) Sentinelles (1990, Mercury) Simple mortel (1998, Mercury) Personne n'est parfait (2000, Mercury) Best of La Désintégrale (2003) Bad Cowboy (2006, Polydor) Peaux de serpent (2013) Live à Ferber (2017)

Singles

Cargo (1983) Phantasmes (1984) Jessy (1987) Le jardin sauvage (1988) Laura (1988) L'arc-en-ciel (1989) Métamorphosis (1990) Maria (1990) Éteins la lumière (1991) Laisse venir (1998) Personne n'est parfait (2001) À ma locate (2001) Mens-moi (2001) Réveille-toi (2003) Tu me tues (2006) Souviens-toi (2013)

Compilation

La Désintégrale (2003, Mercury) 1983-2003


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