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Testbild! - Une Teinte Intense

Testbild! - Une Teinte Intense

Singer: Testbild!
Title: Une Teinte Intense
Country: Sweden
Released: 2007
Style: Folk Rock, Leftfield
Rating: 4.2 ☆
Votes: 323 ⛹
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1 Je Suis Seul, Et Je Reve
2 Labyrinthine
3 Maghreb
4 La Tombée De La Nuit
5 The Moorish Café
6 Evening Star
7 Ain-Sefra
8 Une Grand Calice Pale
9 Figuig
10 The Dying Mirage
11 L’Errante
12 Le Vent Du Desert Tarit Mes Yeux Humides


  • Mastered By – Ola Stenström


»Une teinte intense« is a beautiful tribute to one of Testbild!’s greatest heroes, Isabelle Eberhardt. Excerpts from authentic diary entries and stories from Eberhardt’s travels are embedded in a dreamy sound environment in which bedouin drums and muezzin voices can be heard and where warm winds blow in the distance. The songs and pop melodies that also form the album flow like spring water in the irrigation canals. Smoke comes sweeping from the Moorish café and blue tones sparkle in the desert sand. Through the insufferable heat, the contours of an ivory white city, a mysterious oasis among the dunes, appears. Only to disappear…

Isabelle Eberhardt (born in 1877 in Geneva) was an explorer and reporter of Russian aristocratic background. She was raised as an anarchist, converted to Islam in her early twenties and set off for a long journey through the North African desert, under a male identity. She reported from her travels and covered wars in French papers, and wrote several short stories and diaries. Eberhardt was also selected to join the mystical Muslim brotherhood of Qadriyya. As a man she called herself Si Mahmoud Essadi and her anarchistic integrity and her view on love affairs and drugs made French and Swiss authorities consider her a dangerous person. In 1904, she drowned when the clay house she had rented in Aïn Sefra, Algeria, was destroyed by a flooding river.
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