François Sarhan likes proliferation: a teeming output that creates its musical materials from a blend of voices and acoustic instruments, electronics, sounds, pop and rock music (Frank Zappa) - influenced by practitioners of primitive art (Robillard, Wölffi), offering its own distinctive signature, both musical and (through the sleeve design) visual. This CD has in it something of an imaginary revue, with one number following another, grotesque, touching, annoying, with voices intervening between the tracks (like an audience?). For Zig-Zag Territoires, as a record label, this CD is a fundamental innovation. Here the idea is not to 'record' a performance of a work, but to make 'the CD' as object, with all its technical possibilities, become a means of expression in itself, thanks to prodigious efforts at all stages of sound recording, editing and mixing . . .