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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Par Les Fils De Mandrin (5:12)
2. Au Café Du Colibri (7:32)
3. Ainsi S'En Ira La Pluie (8:49)
4. Autour Du Feu (5:07)
5. Saltimbanques (3:41)
6. Des Yeux Couleur D'Enfant (4:55)
7. Atlantis - Les Géants De La Troisième Lune (7:11)
8. Hymne A La Vie (I. Cantique/II. Procession/III. Hymne) (13:28)
9. Touchez Pas A Mon Ciné (6:49)
10. Gargantua (6:00)
11. Le Bal Des Laze (7:56)
12. Jusqu'Où Iront-Ils ? (7:46)
13. Culinaire Lingus (5:27)
14. Benoît Solo (2:58)
15. Quasimodo (12:55)
16. Les Grands Espaces Bleus (9:32)
17. Docteur Man (5:26)

Total Time: 120:44

Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Decamps / vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
- Tristan Decamps / vocals, keyboards
- Caroline Crozat / vocals
- Hassan Hajdi / guitars
- Thierry Sidhoum / bass, acoustic guitar
- Benoit Cazzulini / drums

Releases information

DVD Musea Records FGBG 9016 AR (2006)

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Review by erik neuteboom
4 stars A few years ago I attended a gig from this Ange world-tour near my hometown The Hague in Holland. It was the first time I saw them on stage, what an impressive performance and what a powerful and exciting, modern sound Ange delivered that memorable night! Their legendary frontman Christian Decamps has a great, very expressive voice and his stage antics are humorous and often dramatic. He is accompanied by female singer Caroline Crozat who often joins Christian on vocals and with his theatrical acts. The lightshow is wonderful and the band sounds outstanding: the ryhthm-section plays creative and dynamic, the keyboards by Christian his son Tristan sound varied and tasteful (moving solo spot in Le Bal Des Laze on keyboards and vocals, he's obvious a son of his father!) and guitarist Hassan Hadji does an excellent job delivering lots of fiery and distorted soli, what a killer guitarplayer this is! The track list contains early and new work: the climates on the 17 songs are very alternating, from emotional ballads or bluesy to rock and heavy bombastic. My highlights on this DVD are the jazzy flamenco guitar improvisation and the dancing from Caroline in Autour Du Feu, Caroline with a white sheet around her, accompanied by howling electric guitar and soaring strings in Atlantis - Les Géants De La Troisième Lune, a Middle Eastern inspired atmosphere with a duel between theatrical vocals from Tristan and rocking electric guitar in Quasimodo and a catchy rhythm with powerful duo-vocals and biting electric guitar in the final track Docteur Man. If you like Ange, Christian Decamps solo or adventurous progrock, this DVD is a must!

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