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Grand Tour, the third album by Orouni, was put together like a travel journal, written and composed after a journey around the world that lasted over a year. The 12 songs on the album, not to mention two remarkable B-sides, each correspond to one of 14 destinations (Corsica, Berlin, Mali, Thailand, South Africa, Senegal, Australia, Japan, Brazil, Finland, New York, China, Chile and Lebanon).

Orouni brought back instruments from this series of short trips to create his album. He systematically played the cavaquinho, charango, kalimbas, balafon and other finds with complete disregard for their traditional use in order to conjure up countries other than those they are from. He also returned with a myriad of touristic sensations. The texts, like those of Bob Dylan, take the form of mosaics. They never offer a unified image of the described situation, the so-called “big picture,” but rather recall a juxtaposition of details, characters and quotes (“Take the train and go, go to Hanko and its green casino but you won’t be able to gamble on the archipelago”). And, as with Dylan, the resulting impression is that of a narrator who attempts less to explain what he sees than to use his writing as an extension of his perception.

A trip around the world in terms of geography, but also in terms of the author’s artistic influences.


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