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Harmonium - Si on avait besoin d'une cinquième saison CD (album) cover




Prog Folk

4.35 | 1450 ratings

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el böthy
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5 stars Possibly the most beautiful album ever, at least in my collection.

Harmonium shows us that in order to make Prog, one doesn´t have to be a virtuoso. In fact, it´s the simplicity of the arregements what makes this album so wonderful and colorful. Every little detail, every note, every instrument makes this album be the masterpiece it is. This is definitly a jewl in any kind of genre, be it prog, rock, folk or whatever...with the possible exception of metal that is! The vocals are sheer beauty (again!), and a mayor fact for it might be cause they are in french! It seems french is such a delicate and ...well beautiful language, that no matter what one says it will sound good any time. Well, I have not a clue what they are singing about, but whatever it is, it sounds excellent. Of course the highlights of the album are Depuis L'Automne and Histoires Sans Paroles with wonderful instrumentation full of mellotrons and acoustic guitars.

Si on most definitly the perfect album, every single minute of it is excellent and some of them go even beyond excellent! A true masterpiece of music. An album to listen to any time of the year.

el böthy | 5/5 |


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