Du New Morning au Zénith

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Du New Morning au Zénith
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Live album by Fredericks Goldman Jones
Released 18 May 1995
Recorded

26 April - 12 June 1994

  • New Morning, Paris, France
  • Summum, Grenoble, France
  • ice rink of Malley, Lausanne, Switzerland
Genre Synthpop, Pop rock
Label Columbia
Fredericks Goldman Jones chronology
Rouge
(1993)
Du New Morning au Zénith
(1995)
Pluriel 90/96
(2000)
Jean-Jacques Goldman chronology
Rouge
(1993)
Du New Morning au Zénith
(1995)
Singulier 81/89
(1996)

Du New Morning au Zénith is a 1994 double album recorded live by the trio Fredericks Goldman Jones. Composed of 31 tracks, it contains many successful songs from Goldman's previous albums and from the trio's two studio albums Fredericks Goldman Jones and Rouge. It was released on 18 May 1995 and was successful in francophone countries.

Recording and releases[edit]

It was recorded between the 26 April 1994 and the 12 June 1994, first at the New Morning in Paris (the first 14 tracks of the first CD), then during the Rouge concert tour, at the Summum in Grenoble and at the ice rink of Malley in Lausanne.

The money raised by the four concerts at the New Morning in April 1994 was donated to Amnesty International.[1] During the show, a cover version of Aretha Franklin's song "Think" was performed.

In 2006, 14 performances from the album were included on a DVD box set Souvenirs de tournée - Du New Morning au Zénith.

Chart performances[edit]

In France, the album went straight to number-two on 14 May 1995 and remained there for four consecutive weeks, being unable to dislodge Céline Dion's D'eux which was atop then. It totaled 16 weeks in the top ten and 26 weeks on the chart (top 50). It earned a Platinum disc for over 300,000 copies sold.[2]

In Belgium (Wallonia), the album peaked at number two for two weeks and stayed for 24 weeks in the top 50. It was ranked for five weeks in the top 50 in Belgium (Flanders).

Track listings[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Veiller tard" (Goldman) — 5:44
  2. "Ne lui dis pas" (Goldman) — 5:50
  3. "Quelque chose de bizarre" (Goldman) — 3:57
  4. "Jeanine médicament blues" (Goldman) — 4:36
  5. "Il part" (Goldman) — 4:46
  6. "Il y a" (Goldman) — 5:03
  7. "P'tit blues peinard" (Goldman) — 3:33
  8. "Confidentiel" (Goldman) — 3:33
  9. "C'est pas d'l'amour" (Goldman) — 5:59
  10. "Un, deux, trois" (Goldman) — 4:01
  11. "Pas toi" (Goldman) — 5:23
  12. "Think" (Franklin, White) — 2:50
  13. "Knock on Wood" (Floyd, Stephen) — 3:47
  14. "Tobacco Road" (Loudermilk) — 5:30
  15. "Serre-moi" [début] (Goldman) — 3:09
  16. "Des vôtres" (Goldman) — 3:45
  17. "Envole-moi" (Goldman) — 5:35

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Que disent les chansons du monde ?" (Goldman) — 6:04
  2. "Comme toi" (Goldman) — 4:41
  3. "Être le premier" (Goldman) — 6:18
  4. "Je commence demain" (Goldman) — 5:19
  5. "Des vies" (Goldman) — 5:51
  6. "On n'a pas changé" (Goldman) — 7:18
  7. "Frères" (Goldman) — 5:44
  8. "Juste après" (Goldman) — 5:22
  9. "À nos actes manqués" (Goldman) — 4:22
  10. "Fermer les yeux" (Goldman) — 8:33
  11. "Il suffira d'un signe" (Goldman) — 4:25
  12. "Rouge" (Goldman) — 6:47
  13. "Puisque tu pars" (Goldman) — 2:49
  14. "Serre-moi [fin](Goldman) — 2:56

Personnel[edit]

  • Beckie Bell, Yvone Jones – chorus
  • Erick Benzipercussion
  • Jacky Mascarel, Philippe Grandvoinet – keyboards
  • Claude Le Perron – bass
  • Christophe Deschamps – drum kit
  • Micheal Jones – guitar
  • Claude Gassian – booklet
  • Tom Lord-Alge – engineer, mixing
  • Jean Remy Mazenc – multi instruments
  • Andy Scott – mixing
  • Alain Aboulker, Pierre Buisson, Christian Desille, Emmanuel Goulet, Frédéric Perrinet, Rene Weis – assistants
  • Yannick Wild, Alexis Grosbois – producer

Release history[edit]

Date Label Region Format Catalog
18 May 1985 Columbia France, Belgium, Switzerland Double CD 480308
2000 JRC 4803082

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fredericks Goldman Jones : Du New Morning au Zénith", Le Monde, 17 June 1995, Véronique Mortaigne
  2. ^ "Certifications of albums in France". Infodisc. Retrieved 2009-08-04. 
  3. ^ a b "Du New Morning au Zénith, in various albums charts". Lescharts. Retrieved 2009-08-04. 
  4. ^ "Chart runs of albums in France, database". Infodisc. Archived from the original on 2012-06-22. Retrieved 2009-08-04. 
  5. ^ "1995 Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart". Ultratop. Archived from the original on 2011-05-20. Retrieved 2009-08-04. 
  6. ^ "1995 French Albums Chart". Disqueenfrance. Retrieved 2009-08-04.