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French TV



3.45 | 34 ratings

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4 stars I have heard, and was impressed, by an occaisonal French TV song on internet radio and was lucky enough to obtain a copy of "After A Lengthy Silence" on vinyl and gave it a spin. Varied styles are evident, from hints of Canterbury, Happy the Man, Frank Zappa, and Brand X. Saxophonist, Clancy Dixon, has a style that reminds me of early Gong works. Bill Bruford comes to mind on several tracks as well.

"After A Lengthy Silence" contains compositions that are complex and well calculated with time changes that provide the listener with ever changing moods. This release is highly recommended for fans of Canterbury, jazz fusion and listeners who appreciate a unique blend of many different progressive genres.

Goosegg, East Los Angeles, CA

goosegg | 4/5 |


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