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SI ON AVAIT BESOIN D'UNE CINQUIÈME SAISON

Harmonium

 

Symphonic Prog

4.39 | 899 ratings

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5 stars 01. Vert Flutes, many flutes, starts the hit! And there is the guitars that recheiam the entire disc in giving the air of grace, with a low reeds and well letterhead. And gives you the sophisticated vocal harmonies and duplicate. The vocals are a part and say the case is all the movement in French, which is sensational, it is very good 'unaccustomed ears.

02. Dixie I am in a cabaret! Certainly that is what I said and I felt when I heard this music for the first time one has the distinct impression that we are in a cabaret, dancers dressed in red and blue espalhafatosos, cowboys, and Honky Tonk piano eating loose. (Bela release)

03. Depuis L'automne The highlight of this music is for sure the voice of Serge Fiori and its melodies are sure that with a case in the band, the keyboard wonderful then, the vocalizations. And in the middle begins a wonderful journey, with effects on guitars, keyboard, type 'wind' and the style of Tony Banks (Genesis), and a closing of sax counterpoint. The guitars return, return the vocalizations, the music is a growing and involves you in full, then go back the vocals. Absurdly fantastic!

04. En Plein Face Then the second part of the LP begins with a beautiful fingering and a vocal melody that reminds me of good things (even without really knowing what is being sung, but it is not the wonder of music?). Acordeons enter and leave the climate of France even more sensational and bucolic, a strange landscape comes to mind. Vocal-type headphones and invade the coral boxes of sound, without battery (indeed, the whole disc) and without percussion. And it is necessary? Not for sure not!

05. Histoires San Paroles Sounds of the ocean open the disc's epic of 17'12, flute and guitar in a couple exciting leads us to think because of all the hatred of the world. And a big influence of Tony Banks (Genesis) on keyboards of Serge locate. Then melodies of guitars intertwine worked so well, showing that virtuosity is not always necessary, but feeling as soon followed with melodies that remind me a soundtrack to a dream, strange and surreal. Surrealism Folk! Vocalizations special Judy Richard make a progressive touch to the Renaissance to the song. Sax and flute are opposed to low and guitars, keyboards are the 'bed' we throw it to other ideas and dreams and ideals. A kind of circus comes to light with emphasis on the phrasing well embedded low and piano, then this is where the flutes take account and we are told that the hearing will not be as before. Never!

A disc that has not been known to do it is now because deserves! Sure.

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