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Morse Code


Symphonic Prog

3.93 | 69 ratings

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5 stars MORSE CODE were a French Canadian progressive rock outfit that released 3 great mid 70's albums. This four piece band blend rich analog keyboards with distinct bass, guitar, flute and drum interplay. Overall sound is very big and deep really making this album and unbelievable listening experience. With a sound somewhere between GENESIS' "Selling England By The Pound" and ANGE's "Emile Jacotey" this album delivers everything a prog fan would love. On "La Marches Des Hommes" (The March Of The Men) they utilize lots of piano, mellotron, organ, clavinet in a similar way to that of classic GENESIS. Songs are very well constructed and enable the listener to create lots of imagery as you listen with lots of dynamic timing and mood changes. Vocals are exceptionally well done with some nice harmony and of course sung in French. Their most widely recognized piece is the self titled 12 minute epic track which is simply to die for but I also love the rest of the album equally well. Another essential progressive rock album for your collection.
loserboy | 5/5 |


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