Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Music / StGermain

Go To



'''St. Germain''' is the stage name of Ludovic Navarre (1973), a French musician whose style is best described as a cross between {{Jazz}} and ElectronicMusic.

to:

'''St. Germain''' St. Germain is the stage name of Ludovic Navarre (1973), a French musician whose style is best described as a cross between {{Jazz}} and ElectronicMusic.


'''St. Germain''' is the stage name of Ludovic Navarre (1973), a French musician whose style is best described as a cross between {{Jazz}} and {{Electronic Music}}.

Navarre is influenced by {{Jazz}} (Music/MilesDavis), {{Blues}} (Music/JohnLeeHooker), {{Reggae}} (Music/BobMarley, Toots & The Maytals), {{Hiphop}}, Dance and {{Funk}} (Music/KoolAndTheGang). He started his career in the 1990s, working under a pseudonym derived from the French city St. Germain, which is closely associated with the French jazz scene and were he was born. His first two albums were only released domestically, but his third ''Music/{{Tourist}}'' (2000) got an international release after the smash success of the hits "Rose Rouge", "So Flute" and "Sure Thing". "Tourist" sold more than 4 million copies world wide. He wrote the soundtrack for the 2001 tragicomedy film "Chaos" by Coline Serreau. also known for remixing songs by other artists, the most well known being "Isobel" from Music/{{Bjork}}'s ''Music/{{Post}}'' (1995).

'''Discography'''

to:

'''St. Germain''' is the stage name of Ludovic Navarre (1973), a French musician whose style is best described as a cross between {{Jazz}} and {{Electronic Music}}.ElectronicMusic.

Navarre is influenced by {{Jazz}} (Music/MilesDavis), {{Blues}} (Music/JohnLeeHooker), (John Lee Hooker), {{Reggae}} (Music/BobMarley, Toots & The Maytals), {{Hiphop}}, Dance Dance, and {{Funk}} (Music/KoolAndTheGang). (Kool and the Gang). He started his career in the 1990s, 1990's, working under a pseudonym derived from the French city St. Germain, which is closely associated with the French jazz scene and were he was born. His first two albums were only released domestically, but his third ''Music/{{Tourist}}'' (2000) got an international release after the smash success of the hits hits: "Rose Rouge", Rouge," "So Flute" Flute," and "Sure Thing". Thing." "Tourist" sold more than 4 million copies world wide. He wrote the soundtrack for the 2001 tragicomedy film "Chaos" by Coline Serreau. also Also known for remixing songs by other artists, the most well known being "Isobel" from Music/{{Bjork}}'s ''Music/{{Post}}'' (1995).

'''Discography'''
(1995).
----

!! '''Discography:'''




!! Tropes associated with St. Germain
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The album covers of "Boulevard" and "Tourist" are both in black-and-white.

to:

\n----

!! Tropes associated with St. Germain
Germain:

* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The album covers of "Boulevard" and "Tourist" are both in black-and-white. black and white.



* IHaveManyNames: St. Germain is just one of many pseudonyms he uses, among them Deepside, LN'S, Modus Vivendi, Nuages and Soofle.

to:

* IHaveManyNames: St. Germain is just one of many pseudonyms he uses, among them Deepside, LN'S, Modus Vivendi, Nuages Nuages, and Soofle.



* {{Instrumental}}: His music is predominantly instrumental.

to:

* {{Instrumental}}: {{Instrumentals}}: His music is predominantly instrumental.



* Letters2Numbers: The track "Thank U Mum (4 Everything You Did)" and "Street Scene (4 Shazz)" from "Boulevard".
* OneWordTitle: His albums "Boulevard" and "Tourist".
* SomethingBlues: His 1995 EP "Alabama Blues" and the 1996 follow-up "Alabama Blues (Revisited)".

to:

* Letters2Numbers: The track "Thank U Mum (4 Everything You Did)" and "Street Scene (4 Shazz)" from "Boulevard".
"Boulevard."
* OneWordTitle: His albums "Boulevard" and "Tourist".
"Tourist."
* SomethingBlues: His 1995 EP "Alabama Blues" and the 1996 follow-up "Alabama Blues (Revisited)".(Revisited)."

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:299:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/4b0304dd062d9f6d1f40ce4b878fc5c0.jpg]]

'''St. Germain''' is the stage name of Ludovic Navarre (1973), a French musician whose style is best described as a cross between {{Jazz}} and {{Electronic Music}}.

Navarre is influenced by {{Jazz}} (Music/MilesDavis), {{Blues}} (Music/JohnLeeHooker), {{Reggae}} (Music/BobMarley, Toots & The Maytals), {{Hiphop}}, Dance and {{Funk}} (Music/KoolAndTheGang). He started his career in the 1990s, working under a pseudonym derived from the French city St. Germain, which is closely associated with the French jazz scene and were he was born. His first two albums were only released domestically, but his third ''Music/{{Tourist}}'' (2000) got an international release after the smash success of the hits "Rose Rouge", "So Flute" and "Sure Thing". "Tourist" sold more than 4 million copies world wide. He wrote the soundtrack for the 2001 tragicomedy film "Chaos" by Coline Serreau. also known for remixing songs by other artists, the most well known being "Isobel" from Music/{{Bjork}}'s ''Music/{{Post}}'' (1995).

'''Discography'''
* "Boulevard" (1995)
* "From Detroit to St. Germain" (1999) (under the name Ludovic Navarre)
* ''Music/{{Tourist}}'' (2000)

!! Tropes associated with St. Germain
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The album covers of "Boulevard" and "Tourist" are both in black-and-white.
* GreatestHitsAlbum: "From Detroit to St. Germain" is a 1999 compilation album, which collects all his former singles, released under both his own name and the pseudonyms.
* IHaveManyNames: St. Germain is just one of many pseudonyms he uses, among them Deepside, LN'S, Modus Vivendi, Nuages and Soofle.
* ElectronicMusic: Composes all his work on the computer, with aid of some musicians.
* EpicRocking: His studio tracks can stretch from 6 up tot 12 minutes in length.
* {{Instrumental}}: His music is predominantly instrumental.
* {{Jazz}}: His music is very jazzy and he derived his pseudonym from the jazz capital of France.
* Letters2Numbers: The track "Thank U Mum (4 Everything You Did)" and "Street Scene (4 Shazz)" from "Boulevard".
* OneWordTitle: His albums "Boulevard" and "Tourist".
* SomethingBlues: His 1995 EP "Alabama Blues" and the 1996 follow-up "Alabama Blues (Revisited)".
----

Showing 3 edit(s) of 3

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report