Deep Forest is a musical group consisting of two French musicians, Michel Sanchez and Eric Mouquet. They compose a style of world music, sometimes called ethnic electronica, mixing ethnic with electronic sounds and dance beats or chillout beats. Their sound has been described as an "ethno-introspective ambient world music." They were nominated for a Grammy Award in 1994 for Best World Music Album, and in 1995 they won the Award for the album Boheme. The group also became World Music Awards Winner - French group with the highest 1995 world sales. Their albums have sold over 10 million copies.
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... Made in Japan is a live album by French group Deep Forest, released in 1999 ... The recording took place on 9 September 1998, during Deep Forest's tour in Japan, with nine musicians joining the group on the stage ...
... 1992 – "Deep Forest" / UK #20 1992 – "Sweet Lullaby" /UK #10, U.S ... copies sold 1992 – "White Whisper" 1993 – "Forest Hymn" 1994 – "Savana Dance" / UK #28 1994 – "Undecided" (collaboration with Youssou N'dour) 1995 – "Boheme" 1995 – "Boheme" (the remixes) 1995 – "Marta's ...
... death, and with Renn, Wolf and Fin-Kedinn follows Thiazzi into the Deep Forest where the Forest Horse and Auroch (sic) Clans are at war ... As Torak, Renn and Fin-Kedinn are about to enter the Deep Forest, Fin-Kedinn is injured and turns back ... Torak and Renn discover that Thiazzi is controlling the Deep Forest clans by impersonating their mages ...
1992 – Deep Forest (over 3 millions album sales) 1994 – World Mix (re-release of 1992 album) 1995 – Boheme (over 4 million album sales) 1998 – Comparsa (over 1 ...
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“If I were a Brazilian without land or money or the means to feed my children, I would be burning the rain forest too.”
—Sting [Gordon Matthew Sumner] (b. 1951)
“And then a tall fat man with stringy hair
And a manner that was innocent of sin,
His galluses greasy, his eyes coldly gray,
Appeared, and with a gravely learned air
Spoke from the deep coherence of hell....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)