David Whitaker – L'Epee Sauvage. Produced for Varèse Sarabande Records by Scot Holton and John Sievers. Music composed and conducted by David Whitaker with The Graunke Symphony Orchestra. Plating - Rick Goldman, KM Matrix Mastering Engineer - Bruce Leek, International Automated Media Km Production Coordinator - Mike Malan and Karen Stone Jacket Printing And Fabrication - Album Graphics, Inc. Color Seperations - Computer Color Corp.
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L'Enfant Sauvage (French for "The Wild Child") is the fifth studio album and major label debut by the French progressive death metal band Gojira. It was released 26 June 2012 via Roadrunner Records. Gojira was going to tour with Lamb of God and Dethklok, but because of Randy Blythe's arrest in the Czech Republic, the tour was cancelled. Gojira subsequently announced a headline tour of their own, which began in January 2012 with support from The Devin Townsend Project and The Atlas Moth.
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L’Epée 1839 is a Swiss manufacture specialized in high-end clocks with spectacular design and great complications. There are three collections: Mechnical Art, Contemporary Timepiece and traditional Carriage clock. Today, it is the premiere manufacture in Switzerland dedicated to making high-end clocks. L'Epée was founded in 1839, initially to make music box and watch components, by Auguste L’Epée, who set up the business near Besançon, France. The L’Epée hallmark was that all parts were made entirely by hand. History and Heritage. Discover the full story of L'Epée's clock in our.
David Whitaker with Andrew Loog Oldham, right, in 1964. Oldham was at the centre of a musical revolution and Whitaker soon joined it. Photograph: Gererd Mankowitz. In the early 1960s, Whitaker, who has died aged 81, worked as a songwriter for the producer Bunny Lewis and the Denmark Street publisher Freddie Poser. He also recorded his own CBS album, Music to Spy By (1965), and spent much of his time in Paris working with the cream of the country's "yé-yé" scene, including Johnny Hallyday, Sylvie Vartan, Claude François, France Gall and Serge Gainsbourg. Gainsbourg's song Comic Strip was recorded in London, with Brigitte Bardot providing back-up vocals.