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Abus Dangereux

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2.78 | 8 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1982

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Radio Pékin
2. Phaedra
3. Nostalgy square
4. Bulletin météo
5. Summer homework

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Line-up / Musicians

- Pierrejean Gaucher / guitars
- Arnaud Devos / vibes, marimba, percussion
- Bobby Rangell / sax, flute
- Philippe Euvrard / bass
- Alain Mourey / drums

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Recorded at d'Aguesseau studio - february, 1982

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2.78
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Review by Sean Trane
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3 stars Not exactly named originally, Bis sports a slightly different feel, often taking the cool latino fusion with Devos's marimba being a bit too systematically spread over the whole album, reminding us of Uzeb tiring obsessions, but mainly for the Moerlen's Gong. The sax player was also different, as Rangell had replaced Kzrewina. The Canterbury influences are unfortunately a bit more absent often surging momentarily in the middle of a track (like Summer Homework), but never hanging around long enough, to this writer's tastes. The fact that three years have gone since their debut is obviously an understandable factor of changes of ambiances, but Bis is also a typical product of the JR/F scene of those years. Not that AD has gone soft, either, as their fusion is still extremely technical (Phaedra), but I find it cold. Not my favourite, but I'm not the only one thinking so, either.

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2 stars The follow up from their excellent debut album. The follow up and a change of direction. An unfortunate change of direction. Bis is a jazz album with a Latin flavour. Not the language with the same name but with Latin as in Latin America. The likes of Santana and the Caribean islands. There are ... (read more)

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