Rouge (album)

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Rouge
Rouge (Fredericks Goldman Jones).jpg
Studio album by Fredericks Goldman Jones
Released 29 November 1993
Recorded

February – October 1993

  • Studio Guillaume Tell, Paris
  • Studio ICP, Brussels
  • Studio la Blaque, Aix-en-Provence
Genre Pop, rock
Label Columbia
Fredericks Goldman Jones chronology
Sur scène
(1992)String Module Error: Match not found1992
Rouge
(1993)
Du New Morning au Zénith
(1995)String Module Error: Match not found1995
Singles from Rouge
  1. "Rouge"
    Released: 1993
  2. "Juste après"
    Released: 1994
  3. "Fermer les yeux"
    Released: 1995

Rouge is a 1993 album recorded by the trio Fredericks Goldman Jones. It was their second studio album and was recorded at the studios Guillaume Tell, ICP and la Blaque, located in France and Belgium. The album was released on 29 November 1993 and was not as successful as the singers' first studio album, but still spawned three singles which achieved some success in France : "Rouge" (#14), "Juste après" (#32) and "Fermer les yeux" (#33).

Album information[edit]

The collector edition of Rouge has a box in aluminium, whose front cover is entirely carved, and some elements of which are painted red. The Alexandrov Ensemble participated in this recording, on the song "Rouge".

The album debuted at number one on 5 December 1993 and stayed there for seven consecutive weeks. It was ranked for 17 weeks in the top ten and for 42 weeks in the top 50.[1] In 1995, it earned a Diamond disc for over 1,000,000 copies sold.[2]

The album was briefly ranked at #41 in Switzerland.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written and composed by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

  1. "Serre-moi" — 2:18
  2. "On n'a pas changé" — 5:55
  3. "Que disent les chansons du monde ?" — 4:54
  4. "Il part" — 5:00
  5. "Juste après" — 4:39
  6. "Rouge" — 6:12
  7. "Des vôtres" — 5:44
  8. "Frères" — 5:12
  9. "Des vies" — 4:19
  10. "Ne lui dis pas" — 4:47
  11. "Elle avait 17 ans" — 5:07
  12. "Fermer les yeux" — 6:41

Personnel[edit]

  • Tom Lord Aldge – mixing
  • Erick Benzi – arranger, keyboards, producer
  • Alex Firla, Boris Beziat – assistant engineers
  • Carole Fredericks – vocal
  • Claude Gassian – photo
  • Jean-Luc Seigneur – engraving
  • Jean-Jacques Goldman – guitar, vocal, art direction, musical direction, lyrics
  • Michael Jones – guitar, vocal, guitar arrangements
  • Pino Palladino, Guy Delacroix – bass
  • Andy Scott – producer, engineer
  • Patrice Tison – guitar
  • Chris Whitten – drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chart runs of albums in France". Infodisc. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  2. ^ "Certifications of albums in France, database". Infodisc'. Retrieved 2009-08-08. 
  3. ^ "Rouge, Swiss Albums Chart". Hitparade. Retrieved 2009-08-08.