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EMILE JACOTEY

Ange

 

Symphonic Prog

3.65 | 120 ratings

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braindamage
5 stars The fourth work released in 1975 "Emile Jacotey". The drum alternated to Guenole Biger. This work is a concept album that makes the legend about which the elderly person talks a theme. Music advances exchanging elderly person's monolog. Deep neither fantasy beauty nor gloominess that is the feature of ANGE has changed. However, music was very refined, and the performance improved the grade. Tone quality became excellent, too. A beautiful melody has been enhanced. The expression is also wide from a dark symphony to a comical song. Moreover, the arrangement for nursery rhyme that is is also interesting. Especially, it is a keyboard orchestration and a guitar that stands out. It is a splendid album that establishes an original style of rock rather than progressive rock. 「Le nain de stanislas」,「Les noces」is a masterpiece.
braindamage | 5/5 |

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