Paix is the fourth album, third recorded as Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes, by Catherine Ribeiro and Patrice Moullet. It was released in 1972, and marked a change in the musical direction of the band, evolving into a more progressive sound. All lyrics by Catherine Ribeiro and music by Patrice Moullet. Jusqu'a Ce Que La Force De T'Aimer Me Manque" – 2:57. Catherine Ribeiro - vocals. Patrice Moullet - cosmophone, acoustic guitar.
Album · 1973 · 4 Songs. Paix Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes. More By Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes. See All. Le temps de l'autre.
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes. Paix (CD, Album, RE). Mantra, Mantra. 642078, MANTRA 078. France.
Her fourth album, Paix, is one of Catherine Ribeiro's more intense recordings. The band is less folkish on this outing and veering more into space rock, with a sound that is even more cosmic, especially on the 15-minute title track as well as the 24-minute "'Un Jour la Mort" that fills side two. Both tracks contain long instrumental passages with multi-layered keyboard and guitar soundscapes over pulsing percussion, as well as some of Ribeiro's more gutsy and emotional singing (especially on "Paix," where at some places she is practically screaming)
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes were a French band formed in 1968. It consisted of singer and composer Catherine Ribeiro and guitarist Patrice Moullet. The other member changed through every record. The two used to be in the band Catherine Ribeiro + 2Bis, but decided to change the name after their first record. While their style was mostly folk and psychedelic rock in their first years, they also included elements of avant-garde into their music.
Listen to music from Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes like Jusqu'à Ce Que La Force De T'aimer Me Manque, Roc Alpin & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes. Led by Patrice Moullet, Alpes was founded in 1970 with Catherine Ribeiro as the lead singer. A very original band, highly prolific throughout the '70s and still alive. Their music is rather experimental and hard to define and involves folk, psychedelia and improvisation. Patrice Moullet is the inventor of several musical instruments amongst which include the "Cosmophone" and the "Percuphone".
No one has said anything yet. In Library (1). Contributions By. Both tracks contain long instrumental passages with multi-layered keyboard and guitar soundscapes over pulsing percussion, as well as some of Ribeiro's more gutsy and emotional singing (especially on "Paix," where at some places she is practically screaming)