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5 stars I must say that it's interesting to see some reviewers insinuating that DUN is not Zeul. Why try to pigeonhole them into a category at all? To me, this is one of the (and god knows I'm guilty also!) biggest problems in our community. Of course there's outside influences...that's the beauty of life/music, seeing and hearing what's around you absorbing it, relating to it, and infusing into your own voice, your own spirit. But I am trying harder to accept the music from artist as "their voice." Anyway, just an observation from one who also pigeonholes music!

For me, this is an absolute masterpiece. The music does have many elements, of which jazz, prog, rock, and yes, a little Zeul inspiration combines to make just a wonderful blend of challenging, yet quite accessible art. And if you think of the era of time it comes from (1981) - I don't know what was happening in mainstream French music, but man what a miracle something this creative/expressive could come out at all!!!

The usage of sax & flute, mixed with single note lines from the guitarist gives the music a glorious full, yet personal aura. Incredibly tight bass and drum ensemble playing gives the listener a fun, yet dark atmosphere from which to sit and be brought into the blending as an equal participant in the musical experience.

If you like your music avant, yet accessible, this is a beautiful presentation of high art.

As always, thanks to for this forum, and thanks to all who follow this extremely diverse thing called Progressive Rock.

tmay102436 | 5/5 |


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