Sur scène

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Sur scène
Sur scène.jpg
Live album by Fredericks Goldman Jones
Released 26 November 1992
Recorded

August 12, 1992 - November 15, 1992

Genre Pop, Rock
Label Columbia
Fredericks Goldman Jones chronology
Fredericks Goldman Jones
(1990)Fredericks Goldman Jones1990
Sur scène
(1992)
Rouge
(1993)Rouge1993
Singles from Sur scène
  1. "Il suffira d'un signe"
    Released: 1992

Sur scène is a 1992 album recorded by the trio Fredericks Goldman Jones. It was their first live album and second album overall. It was recorded between August and November 1991 in Vienna, Aix-les-Bains and Lyon and was released on 26 November 1992. It spawned a sole single which achieved success in France : "Il suffira d'un signe (live)" (#14), which was originally recorded for Goldman's first studio album, Démodé.

Album information[edit]

The album contains seven songs from the trio's first studio album, plus four songs previously recorded in a studio version on his 1980s solo albums.

The album debuted at number five on 16 December 1992 and climbed to number one two weeks later and stayed there for three consecutive weeks. It was ranked for 14 weeks in the top ten and for 26 weeks in the top 50.[1] In 2000, it earned a Double platinum disc for over 600,000 copies sold.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written and composed by Goldman (unless notified).[3]

  1. "Nuit" (Jean-Jacques Goldman, Michael Jones/Jean Jacques Goldman) — 7:30
  2. "À quoi tu sers ?" — 7:37
  3. "Il suffira d'un signe" — 4:19
  4. "Un, deux, trois" — 6:08
  5. "Je commence demain" — 5:33
  6. "Peurs" — 7:20
  7. "Je l'aime aussi" — 7:34
  8. "Là-bas" — 7:24
  9. "Vivre 100 vies" — 5:07
  10. "C'est pas d'l'amour" — 6:06
  11. "À nos actes manqués" — 10:08

Personnel[edit]

  • Christophe Nègre – saxo
  • Chistopher Deschamps – drums
  • Claude Gassian – photo
  • Denis Leloup – trombone
  • Christian Martinez – trumpet
  • Jacky Mascarel – keyboards

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chart runs of albums in France". Infodisc. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  2. ^ "Certifications of albums in France, database". Infodisc. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  3. ^ "Sur scène, track listing". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-09.