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Live, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Michel-Ange (7:10)
2. Miss Reggae (7:48)
3. Mister Satie (3:44)
4. Bleu Citron (7:30)
5. Petit Chartier (10:55)
6. Lune (8:38)
7. Trou De Mémoire (12:21)
8. Monnaie De Singe (5:14)
9. 4000 Newport (11:50)

Total Time 75:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Michel Alibo / Bass, Percussion
- Paco Sery / Drums, Percussion
- Louis Winsberg / Guitar
- Jean-Pierre Como / Keyboards
- Idrissa Diop / Percussion
- Alain Debiossat / Saxophone

Releases information

Released by Bleu Citron.

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SIXUN Live ratings distribution

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