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4.35 | 1349 ratings

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5 stars Since I started to access this site, I saw this album, but did not give much importance.But in a day, without having much to do, I decided to listen to the songs of album.And my first thought was: How could you ignore a masterpiece like this?All though there are no drums here, but this is compensated with a lot of guitars, flutes, bass, Mellotrons, synthesizers, vocals-all perfect! An excellent album!

The first track, "Vert," represents the spirit of the album (actually every song has a different spirit, as each one representing a season). She is very cheerful and wonderful.This adjectives can represent the second-and well- song "Dixie", like the extremely positive.I like of clarinet´s contribution here. "Depuis L'Automne" is darker, this is an extremely dominated by mellotron music, but the vocal harmonies provide her with a wonderful piece. "En pleine face" is the most melancholy (after all represents the winter)and beautiful, but the best is yet to come. "Histoires Sans Paroles" was the first track on the album I heard (long before the other), but I did not give much attention.Now i know it was a terrible error! This is the best song on the album-I will not say it's one of the best I've ever heard in my life, but it is a great song, it does not have doubt!The mellotron,the acoustic guitar and flute annuities in harmony for a song created unparalleled.

Certainly a large or major album, a shame that I recognize it later!


-Vert -Dixie -Depuis L'Automne -En pleine face -Histoires sans paroiles


5 stars

voliveira | 5/5 |


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