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Symphonic Prog

3.52 | 36 ratings

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Tom Ozric
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3 stars I'm just listening to this LP right now and as I understand very little of the French language, the concept is a little lost on me, something about the French civil war/Revolution or similar. Anyways, the album has a lot of narration and the songs themselves are 'stuffed to the gills' with lyrics. Only the opening track 'Aimer/Hair' has resemblance to their classic works of the 70's. Keys a-plenty (digital sounds unfortunately, some are awful) and guitarist Jean-Michel Brezovar turns in some fine solos. Christian is in fine form and the rhythm section is solid but not as distinctive as one hoped. Songs range from the more traditional symphonic prog, towards a more sophisticated pop sound and even one 'stinker' with the track 'Non!'. For those fans curious about this album, I wouldn't recommend trekking through leech infested jungles in search of a copy, but it deserves 3 stars as it is decent enough, but hardly essential.
Tom Ozric | 3/5 |


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