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Dionne - Brégent

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1: ..Et Le Troisième Jour
1. Incarnation (4 :55)
2. Chant D'Espoir (4 :54)
3. Chant D'Espoir (5 :58)
4. Résurrection (6 :09)

L' Exil Du Jour
5. Possession/Destination (10 :51)
6. Choc D'Or (0.08)
7. Temple Du Silence (1 :25)
8. . Des Cycles Et Des Passions (6 :14)
9. Transcendance Du Lieu/Délivrance (3 :57)

Disc 2
1. Ouverture (6:13)
Le Prophète : Suite Fraternelle
2. Dans Lma Mémoir DutEmps (2 :40)
3. Evocation de Ké (2 :57)
4. Lethargie (1 :03)
5. Chant Faternel (2 :44)
6. Danse Francoise (1 :51)
7. Gratte-Ciel Polyphonique/Postlude (6 :32)
8.Campus (10 :06)
9. Transit Express (9 :52)

Bonus tracks
10. Number 9 Zyclus (1959)
11. Fil de Terre (10:33)

Total Time:

Line-up / Musicians

- Vincent Dionne / percussionist
- Michel Georges Brégent / keyboardist

Guest musicians:
- Pierre Cormier / congas
- Carpentier, Devito / trombonne
- Archambault, Lagace / trumpet
- Margot Morris / harp
- Jocelyn Bérubé / violin (11)

Releases information

XXI-21 CD 2 1548

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(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (17%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Sean Trane
4 stars This ProgQuebec-assisted release is one of the best releases of this year, and certainly one of the best deserved one to. The duo's two albums reunited on the single release (with a few excellent bonus tracks) is celebrating one of La Belle Province's most surprising acts (along with the crazy Michel Madore) and gives the new world answer to Krautrock. Coming with a rather informative (French-only) booklet reproducing the artwork, but also going over the full re-issue adventure and a few impressive live pictures.

With the integrality of both albums remastered (read the respective reviews on the album page), this re-issue also has a pair of unreleased tracks, one of which is a Stockhausen percussive piece (recorded pre-D-B time in 74) and the other a very Tangerine and Jarresque fusion. Quite a stunning close to this double set.

This "anthology" is simply one of the moments' best reissues and is absolutely necessity for all Krautrock fans and especially those into electronic music. I cannot stress this enough that such works are re-discovered imperatively by all type of progressive music-lovers.

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