BLESSED VIRGINS Blessed Virgins cd/lp 1982
Deux cent pour cent / Si c'est ça partir / Alleluia / Transit de choc/ Que faire apres la crise? / Rien à dire / Jean Pascal et la France / Le train repart / Saturation / Libre expression / Ecoute C...(Summertime blues) / Echec aux dames* / Passage piéton* / Je chante*.
Produced by P. Fabien.
Blessed Virgins: E. Viali: guitar / F. Lebovici: vocals, bass / V. Schmitt: drums.
Blessed Virgins was a french rock'roll trio from Pontoise near Paris. They recorded a first sp "Echec aux dames" (1981- Epic records)."Blessed Virgins" their first lp will follow in 1982 with a little hit "Jean Pascal et la France". Recorded in London (Wessex studio), with the help of the ingineer Jeremy Green, the album sounds great and the three young french boys rocks hard. Check "Le train repart" and "Ecoute C..." a cover ,in french, of Eddie Cochrans "Summertime Blues"! Photographs of the lp (front and back covers) were taken by J. B. Mondino.
The band recorded demos for a second album, always for Epic/CBS, when the drummer decided to stop. In 1986, they are back with a good live album "Jour de fête". And then after a last single "Au fond des rues", Blessed Virgins split in 1987.