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Tout est calme

Tout est calme
Studio album by Yann Tiersen
Released 29 March 1999
Recorded 1999
Length 26:10
Label Ici, d'ailleurs...
Producer Yann Tiersen
Yann Tiersen chronology
Le Phare
(1998)
Tout est Calme
(1999)
Black Session: Yann Tiersen
(1999)

Tout est calme (English: All Is Calm) is a collaboration mini album by Yann Tiersen, The Married Monk, Claire Pichet, and Olivier Mellano. The album was recorded at Studio Le Chalet in Bordeaux, except for "L'Étal", which was recorded and mixed in Cancale, and then mastered at the Electric City studio in Brussels. It was released through Ici, d'ailleurs... on 29 March 1999.[1] The mini collaboration album peaked at number 45 on the French Albums Chart[2]

Track listing

All songs were written and composed by Yann Tiersen. The Married Monk collaborated on all pieces except "La Relève" and "L'Étal". Yann Tiersen sings on "Les Grandes Marées", "Tout est calme", "La Relève", and "La Terrasse".[1]

No. Title Performers Length
1. "Plus au Sud"  
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – guitar, percussion
  • Christian Quermalet – guitar, organ, percussion
  • Yann Tiersen – piano, toy piano, vibraphone, percussion
  • Philippe Lebruman – vibraphone, percussion
  • Jean-Michel Pirès – drums, percussion
3:02
2. "Les Grandes Marées"  
  • Yann Tiersen – vocals, piano, mandolin, violin, viola, cello, percussion
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – guitar, electric piano, percussion
  • Philippe Lebruman – piano, organ
  • Christian Quermalet – organ, percussion
  • Jean-Michel Pirès – percussion
3:38
3. "La Crise"  
  • Olivier Mellano – guitar
  • Christian Quermalet – guitar
  • Yann Tiersen – violin, banjo, bells, piano
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – electric piano
  • Philippe Lebruman – bass
  • Jean-Michel Pirès – percussion
2:25
4. "Tout est calme"  
  • Yann Tiersen – vocals, guitar, violin, viola, cello
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – guitar
  • Philippe Lebruman – electric piano, organ, melodica
  • Christian Quermalet – piano
  • Jean-Michel Pirès – drums
3:16
5. "La Rupture"  
  • Claire Pichet – vocals
  • Christian Quermalet – guitar
  • Yann Tiersen – piano, melodica, Leslie speaker
2:33
6. "La Relève"  
  • Yann Tiersen – vocals, guitar, piano
1:26
7. "La Pharmacie"  
  • Yann Tiersen – guitar, viola
  • Olivier Mellano – guitar
  • Philippe Lebruman – guitar, bass
  • Christian Quermalet – guitar, drums
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – electric piano
2:48
8. "La Terrasse"  
  • Yann Tiersen – vocals, piano, organ, bells, cello
  • Christian Quermalet – guitar
  • Fabio Viscogliosi – organ, mandolin
2:55
9. "L'Étal"  
  • Yann Tiersen – guitar, bass, mandolin, vibraphone, violin, viola, cello
1:54
10. "La Découverte"  
  • Christian Quermalet – banjo
  • Yann Tiersen – toy piano, bells
2:13
Total length:
26:10

Personnel

Musicians
  • Yann Tiersen - vocals, guitar, mandolin, violin, viola, cello, banjo, piano, toy piano, organ, bass, melodica, vibraphone, bells, percussion, Leslie speaker
  • The Married Monk
    • Christian Quermalet - guitar, banjo, piano, organ, drums, percussion
    • Fabio Viscogliosi - guitar, mandolin, electric piano, organ, percussion
    • Philippe Lebruman - bass, guitar, piano, electric piano, organ, melodica, vibraphone, percussion
    • Jean-Michel Pirès - drums, percussion
  • Claire Pichet - vocals on "La Rupture"
  • Olivier Mellano - guitar on "La Crise" and "La Pharmacie"
Production
  • Dominique Brusson – engineer
  • Fabrice Tizon – engineer
  • Yann Tiersen – mixing
  • Uwe Teichert – mastering
  • Frank Loriou – artwork
  • Philippe Lebruman – photography

Charts

Chart (1999) Peak
position
French Albums Chart[2] 45

References

  1. ^ a b Tout est calme at Discogs (list of releases)
  2. ^ a b "Yann Tiersen - Tout est calme". lescharts.com. Retrieved 10 May 2012. 
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