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ESPACE FINI

Tiemko

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3 stars Nice surprise. Tiemko's debut album is an interesting piece full of mixtures and syncopated rhythms based on a great work on keyboards and sober guitar solos. Its not a memorable album, but it has some good moments.

Requiem is an interesting piece that works as an almost epical introduction with some dark chorus. Chant Transylvain... it's just a little "intermezzo" before the powerful start of Elephant de Siberie, maybe the best song of the album. From an exquisite work that reminds me some 80's Ponty songs, suddenly this "elephant" turns into a dark bolero with an amazing rhythmical piano and powerful drums. T87 and Bulgarian Dance are two regular songs or maybe they sound to me so much "classic-fusion"... But Contrastes ans Espace Fini are two wonderful instrumental pieces, with awsome arrangements and very-very dark (It reminds me some Halloween (FR) albums and even Mona Lisa).

The album ends with Post Scriptum a song who started on the same rhythmical and instrumental base of Requiem but transforms into a nice jam.

Anyway, the album is good, you can listen it very relaxed three or four times but then it turns a little bored... 3* for me...

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Send comments to progadicto (BETA) | Report this review (#78541)
Posted Wednesday, May 17, 2006 | Review Permalink
5 stars Named after a restaurant in which they decided to form a band, Tiemko were three french musicians, already turning thirty; pieces of their first album match what they've recorded later in terms of musical maturity.

This first album is characterized by the exclusive use of electronic instead of ordinary drums. That particular use conveys the kind of unorganic techno-industrial feel that was quite fashionable in the 80's. Applied to this very music, it makes it feel as triumphingly uncompromising, somehow like the Merrie Melodies opening theme for Bugs Bunny and co.

Tiemko can go dark and weird, but this, along with hype and willingness to be number one, aren't what defines the band. The main foundation for Tiemko, as clearly professed by the band, is a commitment into adventurous music between friends, while keeping it homely (making music like preparing a good meal).

Their way of getting a band into playing and cutting records is of highest value at my place, and it's amazing that a demanding project like Tiemko managed to last so long without massive ad investments and control from the music industry.

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