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Ange - Emile Jacotey Résurrection CD (album) cover

EMILE JACOTEY RÉSURRECTION

Ange

 

Symphonic Prog

3.85 | 30 ratings

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poito
3 stars This is a revisited version of the great 75 work by the French band Ange, now without brother founder and genius composer Francis. Thirty years have gone and the band is rampantly energetic with new lineup, of course. Except for a few added tracks, the repeating themes are by the most part copycat of the originals, with very little re-interpretation. I ignored if they just wanted to re-issue the album with improved rec quality -the original was not bad for the time, I have to say- but for this short trip I wouldn't go out. Very few tracks have improved; if anything, it was the other way around, as in the great Les Noces, in which some new airs tried to update the sound to modern times, but it turns out kind of repetitive. Curiously, one track that gets a new appealing air is Aurelia, which in the original reminded quite a bit to Genesis, while in the resurrected one.... too (yea), but with other borrowings. The changed finale in Le Marchand de les Planetes is interesting, and the claps in the background of the Ode to Emile are nice. The new tracks are not very inspired and they cut down the high mark of the grandpa.
poito | 3/5 |

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