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SYNCOPE

Syncope

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.39 | 9 ratings

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bertolino
3 stars I'll keep this one short and sweet, as "my mentor and precursor Sean Trane" (we both have an alike life trajectory or so it seems) has said it all.

More on the Contraction / Ville Emard Blues Band side of Quebec Prog than the Harmonium's and wannabees symphonic ones, keeping maybe the "syncopations" (pun intended) of Sloche as a middle ground between both ends, Syncope evidently came much too late on board to have any impact out of "Canal Rideau's area" (get it Sean?). As such, me, a Quebec prog sixtygoer's afficionado, i just discover it today and went for a little "clavardage" at once.

Both reviews nailed it and i can't add much but explain the reason by which i came to it. Spending my ears and time on Bandcamp, i fell onto a small peruvian (!!!) label, Pana Productions. On it's small roster, there was that FREE/ pay what you want downloaded version supposedly remastered. As remastering matter we're treated to the hisses and scratches of a still somewhat ok vinyl version, but who would complain? Here's Sean Trane wish exauced out of any divine Quebec Prog intervention. Go encourage that small peruvian gold digger.

bertolino | 3/5 |

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