Header

ET CETERA

Et Cetera

Eclectic Prog


From Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website

Et Cetera Et Cetera album cover
4.15 | 70 ratings | 14 reviews | 28% 5 stars

Excellent addition to any
prog rock music collection


Write a review
Buy ET CETERA Music
from Progarchives.com partners
Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. La Musique Tourne (4:04)
2. Éclaircie (5:14)
3. Entre Chien Et Loup (7:02)
4. Apostrophe (4:49)
5. Newton Avait Raison (4:11)
6. L'Age Dort (4:34)
7. Tandem (6:08)

Total Time: 36:02

Lyrics

Search ET CETERA Et Cetera lyrics

Music tabs (tablatures)

Search ET CETERA Et Cetera tabs

Line-up / Musicians

- Marie Bernard Pagé / keyboards, ondes Martenot, vocals
- Denis Chartrand / keyboards, flute, saxophone, vibraphone, vocals
- Pierre Dragon / drums, percussion
- Robert Marchand / guitars, vocals
- Alain Yves Pigeon / bass, cello, vocals

Releases information

Re-released in 1997 -CD Unidisc 2092

Thanks to ProgLucky for the addition
Edit this entry

ET CETERA MP3, Free Download (music stream)


Open extended player in a new pop-up window | Random Playlist (50) | How to submit new MP3s

Buy ET CETERA Et Cetera Music


Et CeteraEt Cetera
Import
Imports 2008
Audio CD$17.60
$36.23 (used)
Et CeteraEt Cetera
Import
Unidisc Records 2001
Audio CD$10.21
$9.20 (used)
Et Cetera - Music Was My First Love - Discore Recordings - VGP 55Et Cetera - Music Was My First Love - Discore Recordings - VGP 55
Discore Recordings
Vinyl$8.29 (used)
Ich bin stark nur mit dir [Single-CD]Ich bin stark nur mit dir [Single-CD]
Import
Audio CD$8.70
$7.28 (used)
Codo.. [Single-CD]Codo.. [Single-CD]
Import
Audio CD$15.51 (used)
Music (was my first love; 1995) / Vinyl Maxi Single [Vinyl 12'']Music (was my first love; 1995) / Vinyl Maxi Single [Vinyl 12'']
Import
Vinyl$5.12 (used)
Jecke TönJecke Tön
Import
Audio CD$3.49
$0.01 (used)
Right Now on Ebay (logo)
Little Yellow Box Et Cetera CD US $3.73 Buy It Now 11h 59m
David Petersen, Gijsbert van Steenwick: Speelstukken. B'Rock, Klara/Et'Cetera CD US $4.99 [0 bids]
1 day
Goudreau Mike - Blues Et Cetera CD US $20.32 Buy It Now 1 day
ZUM WOHLE - AUS DEM INHALT - MADE IN GERMANY - ET CETERA RECORDS - EX US $9.50 [0 bids]
2 days
WOLFGANG DAUNERS ET CETERA - KNIRSCH JAZZ PSYCH KRAUT ORIGINAL German LP 1972 US $139.99 Buy It Now 3 days
Et Cetera by I Robot US $2.99 Buy It Now 6 days
PUFFY AmiYumi Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera ??????????? 1997 Japan 3 inch CD US $4.99 [0 bids]
6 days
WOLFGANG DAUNER-Et Cetera Knirsch-'72 MPS JAZZ-NEW CD US $22.99 Buy It Now 8 days
Et Cetera [Limited] by Wayne Shorter (CD, Oct-1995, Blue Note (Label)) US $6.90 Buy It Now 8 days
Et Cetera by I, Robot (CD, Apr-2005, Immigrant Sun) US $3.99 Buy It Now 9 days
Wolfgang Dauner/Et Cetera-silver cover 71-KRAUTJAZZ-2LP US $69.99 Buy It Now 9 days
Wolfgang Dauner-Et Cetera-silver cover '71-KRAUTJAZZ-CD US $25.99 Buy It Now 9 days
Et Cetera [EP] by Little Yellow Box (CD, Sep-2004, Negative Progression Records) US $1.00 Buy It Now 9 days
NEW - Et Cetera by Little Yellow Box US $3.74 Buy It Now 10 days
Bruening; Griener; Prins; P...-Ornette Et Cetera CD NEW US $19.12 Buy It Now 10 days
Little Yellow Box - Et Cetera CD US $13.12 Buy It Now 10 days
Et Cetera [Limited] by Wayne Shorter (CD, Oct-1995, Blue Note (La US $8.71 Buy It Now 12 days
ET CETERA - Et Cetera (reissue) - limited gatefold 2xLP US $77.22 Buy It Now 13 days
PUFFY AmiYumi Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera ??????????? 1997 Japan 3 inch CD US $9.99 Buy It Now 13 days
NEW Ornette et Cetera by Compact Disc Book Free Shipping US $28.12 Buy It Now 13 days
Et Cetera-same Canadian prog cd US $18.99 Buy It Now 14 days
WAYNE SHORTER - ET CETERA [LIMITED] - NEW CD US $8.92 Buy It Now 15 days
Lucy's Fur Coat m- 2 x PS Et Cetera US $5.49 Buy It Now 15 days
Coleman/Petrowsky/Bruening/Prins/Griener - Ornette Et Cetera [CD New] US $15.84 Buy It Now 15 days
Little Yellow Box - Et Cetera (2004) - Used - Compact Disc US $0.99 Buy It Now 16 days
I Robot Et Cetera CD US $3.98 Buy It Now 16 days
FRANCOIS HOULE et CETERA Hacienda SONGLINES OOP Canada US $34.99 Buy It Now 16 days
Et Cetera ?- Et Cetera 2LP G/F Brand New Sealed Krautrock, Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock US $53.99 Buy It Now 17 days
Morton Feldman: The Ecstasy of the Moment (Et'Cetera) (3-CD Set) - Barton Work.. US $135.00 Buy It Now 17 days
USCHI BRUNING / MICHAEL GRIENER - ORNETTE ET CETERA NEW CD US $30.23 Buy It Now 17 days
Ornette Et Cetera, New Music US $11.43 Buy It Now 17 days
SOUPIR - ECLIPSE, Rare QUEBEC Electro Synth, ET CETERA, BRATHWAITE Metal US $12.99 Buy It Now 18 days
Et Cetera-S/T-'76 CANADIAN QUEBEC PROGRESSIVE-NEW CD US $28.99 Buy It Now 18 days
Wayne Shorter - Et Cetera (1995) CD QUALITY CHECKED & FAST FREE P&P US $15.26 Buy It Now 18 days
ET CETERA Wolfgang Dauner COSMIC NUGGETS RECORDS Gatefold 180 Gram Vinyl LP US $18.00 Buy It Now 19 days
Wolfgang Dauner-Et Cetera-silver cover '71-KRAUTJAZZ-LP US $37.99 Buy It Now 21 days
Blues Et Cetera - Goudreau,Mike New & Sealed CD Free Shipping US $24.69 Buy It Now 23 days
Et Cetera [CD New] US $22.79 Buy It Now 24 days
ET CETERA - ET CETERA - PROG / KRAUT ROCK - NEW US $22.90 Buy It Now 24 days
ET CETERA - ET CETERA (IMPORT) NEW CD US $46.44 Buy It Now 24 days
Goudreau,Mike - Blues Et Cetera [CD New] US $16.98 Buy It Now 24 days
MIKE GOUDREAU - BLUES ET CETERA NEW CD US $24.83 Buy It Now 24 days
ET CETERA - ET CETERA [ET CETERA] [4035177000719] - NEW CD US $35.09 Buy It Now 25 days
Walton & Lambert: complete songs - Yvonne Kenny, Malcolm Martineau-Et Cetera CD US $6.00 Buy It Now 25 days
LAMBANDA Tape cassette ET CETERA 1989 polygram Records Canada US $8.34 Buy It Now 25 days
LITTLE YELLOW BOX - ET CETERA NEW CD US $9.71 Buy It Now 25 days
Et Cetera CD PID US $38.10 Buy It Now 25 days
Et Cetera [CD New] US $19.27 Buy It Now 26 days
ET CETERA - ET CETERA (IMPORT) NEW CD US $25.60 Buy It Now 26 days
ET CETERA - ET CETERA [ET CETERA] [068381209221] - NEW CD US $16.26 Buy It Now 26 days
Et Cetera CD UNIDISC US $21.50 Buy It Now 27 days
WAYNE SHORTER - ET CETERA [WAYNE SHORTER] - NEW CD US $18.58 Buy It Now 27 days
Little Yellow Box - Et Cetera [CD New] US $6.83 Buy It Now 28 days
Et Cetera - Yellow Box Little New & Sealed CD Free Shipping US $11.78 Buy It Now 29 days
USCHI BR NING/ERNST- - ORNETTE ET CETERA - NEW CD US $12.10 Buy It Now 29 days
LITTLE YELLOW BOX - ET CETERA [EP] - NEW CD US $3.82 Buy It Now 29 days
Coleman Petrowsky Bruening Prins Griener - Ornette Et Cetera CD US $25.43 Buy It Now 29 days

More places to buy ET CETERA music online Buy ET CETERA & Prog Rock Digital Music online:
  • AmazonMP3: Search for ET CETERA DRM-Free MP3 Downloads @ AmazonMP3 (USA Only) | AmazonMP3 (UK Only)

ET CETERA Et Cetera ratings distribution


4.15
(70 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(28%)
28%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(40%)
40%
Good, but non-essential (26%)
26%
Collectors/fans only (3%)
3%
Poor. Only for completionists (3%)
3%

ET CETERA Et Cetera reviews


Showing all collaborators reviews and last reviews preview | Show all reviews/ratings

Collaborators/Experts Reviews

Review by loserboy
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars ET CETERA" were a 5 piece Canadian prog rock band who were really into GENTLE GIANT! Try to imagine a Quebecois version of GENTLE GIANT, with a female singer, then you pretty much know exactly what these guys sound like. This band blend syncopated prog passages with GENTLE GIANT-like vocalizations/ acappela accents and GROBSCHNITT-like charm prowess. Instrumentation utilized is quite vast actually and includes flutes, vibraphones, drums, bass, violin, guitar and piano. The musicianship here is fantastic with nice warm tones and offers excellent speaker separation.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to loserboy (BETA) | Report this review (#18277) | Review Permalink
Posted Sunday, March 21, 2004

Review by Steve Hegede
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars Man, these guys were really into GENTLE GIANT! If you can imagine a French version of GENTLE GIANT, with a female singer, then you pretty much know exactly what these guys sound like. This 5-piece band released their only album in 1976. Along with the traditional rock set-up, a few of the musicians also play flute, sax, vibes, and even an Ondes Martenot (an early synth also used by Edgar Varese). Although I'm always looking for some originality from these obscure prog bands, I have to admit enjoying many of the clone bands. The music here reaches the technical heights, and quality, of the mighty GIANT.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Steve Hegede (BETA) | Report this review (#18278) | Review Permalink
Posted Sunday, March 21, 2004

Review by Sean Trane
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk
4 stars Of course , there is a lot of Gentle Giant influences here and they are not trying to hide them. My colleague reviewer Larz says that this is a clone , and yes , it is probably one, and a damn good one at that ( even the 70's had their fair share of them ). But most clone bands actually don't reach the height and perfection of their model. This album would rank as a GG album along with Interview in quality and for the tone Octopus . The multi-vocals harmonies and complex playing are the pinnacle of what came out from Quebec in those years ( from 74 to 79 , there was an incredibly vital prog scene in that province where the rest of Canada seemed more inclined on hard rock ) but as much as this is beautyful , this also lacks personnality and a little soul . Very much worth a spin , though.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Sean Trane (BETA) | Report this review (#18280) | Review Permalink
Posted Monday, July 12, 2004

Review by Cesar Inca
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars Mostly known as the Quebecois Gentle Giant, Et Cetera certainly manages to make out the best of their major influences and come up with something refreshing and creative that they can properly call their own. Sure these guys were totally interested in delicate dissonances and intricate polyphony, and their compositions contain lots of classical and jazzy elements in a prog rock context, but all in all there is a certain cadence in their music, built on an eerie delicateness, that stands as an original EC factor: I don't know quite how to explain it intelligently, but I feel it that way. The male- female vocal dialogues and counterpoints are simply delicious, and so are the interplays built by the lead guitarist and the two keyboardists. Dragon handles craftily the complex rhythm patterns with his solid, precise drumming, while bassist Pigeon combine his partnership with Dragon and his inputs for the melodic stuff contributed by his other fellow members. The first two tracks overtly show the listener what the band's artistic ideology is all about, and so do 'Newton Avait Raison' and the exquisite closure 'Tandem'. The usual progressive pretentiousness is there, but it is not taken to an excessively pompous level: delicateness seems to be the main rule of Et Cetera's game. 'Entre Chien et Loup' has a beautiful pastoral intro that soon gives way to one of the jazziest motifs in the albums; things go on softly and fluidly until the intro is reprised for the conclusion part. 'L'Age Dort' is the most bizarre piece in the album: synth layers and guitar arpeggios spread under the ticking of a vibraphone and a piano, with a floating cello providing touches of solemnity, and some soft percussives cutting the air of mystic stillness in order to introduce a Renaissance-inspired motif somewhere in the middle. The catchiest stuff is contained in the energetic instrumental 'Apostrophe', which also comprises some of Marchand's best soloing. What a great album! - so weird, so inscrutable, and so fabulous, that it can only be rated as any other prog excellent work: 4 - 4 1/2 stars.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Cesar Inca (BETA) | Report this review (#18281) | Review Permalink
Posted Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Review by b_olariu
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars First, i'm not comparing Et Cetera with Gentle Giant because i don't want, there is similarity but is not in my view here, second i try to be as much as i can good in review on this one. So my first impression was very good. I think this is a inovative album from the 70, because the album had everything to became a classic in this genre. Another beautiful thing about this band is that the voice is in french. Every musicians is sure of his instrument, and they create an ambicious album. it's a shame that the band split after this one and only one they ever released, but they know bettet than me wich was the problem . In another way this is an intelligent album, and has is own grace. The multi vocals harmonies, complex playing made Et Cetera to became for me, if not for prog music a classic in this genre. Also they have an arsenal of instruments: includes flutes, vibraphones, drums, bass, violin, guitar and piano who makes the music sounds very smooth but in the same time very technical. In the end a good one in every way, the entire album is complex and splendid so i can't choose a track or two to be the best. my rate is 5 stars, a masterpiece of progressive music, recommended

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to b_olariu (BETA) | Report this review (#78480) | Review Permalink
Posted Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Review by memowakeman
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars Et Cetera from Canada!

Some years ago i was talking to a friend from Guatemala whose radio show i used to listen everyweek since we have alike tastes and the show was a prog one of course, he told me , Memo have you listened to Et Cetera? the answer was no and he didnt hesitate in saying that i should get their album because i would like it.

Said and done, i got their music and pff, i was pleased since the very first moment. So there was this unique band from Quebec, knowing some other superb bands from Quebec (Maneige or Harmonium) i knew this would not let me down. I dont really know their bio or history, i just know they decided to make a project of just one year, when they created their music and only self-titled album.

That is how i came up with this album, which features 7 songs and a total time of 37 minutes. Kicking off with Et La Musique Tourne, is not a secret (if you have read the previous reviews) that Gentle Giant were their biggest influence, it is noticeable since the very first moments, this band combines both male and female vocals, despite the GG inspired music, there are lots of symph-keys in the album. Eclaircie starts with the guitar, then bass then drums and then vocals harmonies totally a la Gentle Giant, the difference are the female vocals and the keyboard playing, which makes this band unique and not a GG clone at all. Entre Chien Et Loup starts in a more classical way, acoustic guitars and flute giving us a great musical passage, that was just the prelude to the great vocals and odd bass playing, pure avant-gardism made properly by this quebecois band, the musical arrangements are pretty good. With Apostrophe the classical and baroque feeling is back mainly due to the additional flute sound accompanying the acoustic guitars, after that intro the song becomes led by the moog which of course makes it more symphonic oriented, there are some moments that reminds me to Yes. Newton Avait Raison is probably the song that better describes their influence, i mean this song is so GG, it is just obvious, the time and tempo along with the instrumentation, you will see what i mean when you listen to it. L`Arge Dort has a kind of dark intro, like in a horror movie scene, but almost immediately it turs softer and beautiful with a delicate violin sound along with male clean vocals, nice and comfortable music. To finish the album we have Tandem with a soft beginnign and later a bit rockier, the interplay between the instruments is wonderful, excellent closer.

So this was an excellent release by a one-album band, which as i said above shows in an obvious way their influences and inspirations, though they put their own touch in order to make this a unique piece of work. Highly recommendable, of course Gentle Giant fans must listen to this. My grade 4 stars, excellent addition to any prog lover.

Enjoy it!

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to memowakeman (BETA) | Report this review (#172204) | Review Permalink
Posted Sunday, May 25, 2008

Review by Gooner
PROG REVIEWER
3 stars If you're a Gentle Giant fan, you have to hear this. OCTOPUS meets FREEHAND with female french vocals from Marie Bernard Pagé that are not unlike those on Stereolab's EMPEROR TOMATO KETCHUP. Bothered that GG virtually abandoned prog.rock after the completion of side 2 of _The Missing Piece_? Well, here's your long lost Gentle Giant album! These guys are freakishly like Gentle Giant to the point where they out- Giant the Gentle Giant at times. Musicianship is top notch. No real outstanding tracks, although _Apostrophe_ is a fine instrumental(it's Et Cetera's BOYS IN THE BAND). Counterpoint vocals all over this, even the Minnear like back-up. Having praised Et Cetera, this only gets 3 stars for obvious reasons. This is hardly original material, but boy can they play! Highly recommended for Gentle Giant fans. Simply a must own for musicianship alone.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Gooner (BETA) | Report this review (#199698) | Review Permalink
Posted Sunday, January 18, 2009

Review by Mellotron Storm
PROG REVIEWER
3 stars Both the instrumental work and vocal arrangements bring GENTLE GIANT to mind in a huge way. The big difference of course is the French female vocals (there are male vocals too). As impressive as this band plays and sings they do not reach GG's level in either case in my opinion. Good album, but for me it's not worth 4 stars. Funny but right from the first listen I could not get into this. Well it has grown on me but it has stopped.

"La Musique Tourne" sounds great instrumentally, you'd swear it was a GENTLE GIANT tune. Not a big fan when she starts to sing as it calms down though.The contrasts continue. "Eclaircie" opens with some good guitar and bass as piano and drums join in followed by keys. Male and female vocals before 1 1/2 minutes sounding like GG. It settles a minute later. Synths 3 1/2 minutes in. "Entre Chien Et Loup" opens with classical guitar followed by flute then those GG-like dual vocals. I like how intricate this is instrumentally. Vibes in this one too. "Apostrophe" is laid back and a bit folksy with that acoustic guitar and flute. It picks up a minute in with synths. Nice electric guitar before 3 minutes. Piano 4 1/2 minutes in. Excellent track.

"Newton Avait Raison" opens with some synths, guitar and drums. The focus becomes on the vocals though eventually, although synths are prominant. Not a fan of this one. "L'Age Dort" is darker with some cello. Male vocals after a minute then flute comes in. Female vocals before 2 minutes. Themes are repeated. "Tandem" opens with piano as dual vocals come in. The tempo picks up before a minute. Organ before 3 minutes with guitar to follow as piano continues. It turns spacey late.

I can see why there are lots of 4 star ratings here, but it's not enjoyable enough for me to offer that up.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Mellotron Storm (BETA) | Report this review (#204261) | Review Permalink
Posted Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Review by Menswear
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars Oh WOw!

Who can get enough Gentle Giant? Anyone? You in the back?...What?...I tought so. Nobody can! It's mathematically impossible to not want a new Gentle Giant album. But the reality is what it is, we can only gorge ourselves on emulation. But when it's good as Et Cetera, you have a fantastic gem in your hands.

They are not emulating Gentle Giant, they ARE a french-canadian reincarnation. No kidding, they simply took the essence of an era (Power and Glory-In a Glass House-Free Hand) and made it as potable as the Legends themselves...with a chick singing. It'sl only a detail because the female voice is not clashing with the formula that we all know and love. It's simply another album from Gentle Giant, period.

The canadian province of Quebec was a playground for Gentle Giant and this band is showing it's respect and (almost devotion) to the band extremely well. Any (real) fan should purchase this record within this hour and drink to the fan-tas-tic work of Et Cetera.

One true surprise.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to Menswear (BETA) | Report this review (#849169) | Review Permalink
Posted Friday, November 02, 2012

Review by progpositivity
PROG REVIEWER
5 stars Talk about putting quality above quantity! This Canadian quintet only released one album containing less than 39 minutes of material. Oh but what an album it is!

All of the classic Gentle Giant stylistic elements are here in abundance: layered vocal harmonies with occasional hocketing, abundant polyphony, counterpoint and syncopation...There are some key differences however:

1) In contrast to Gentle Giant's urgently throaty vocalist Derek Shulman, Etcetera's vocals float breezily, sometimes even feeling lighter than air...

2) Listening to GG, I usually get the feeling that their keyboardist Kerry Minnear was not only the primary composer, but also the main arranger and conductor for the band. Remove his singular musical thread from the fabric of Gentle Giant and I suspect the entire tapestry unravels. Et Cetera, on the other hand, feels more evenly matched from member to member. This enables them to exude a calm, almost effortless effervescence as they perform their own unique, calmer and more ethereal brand of Gentle Giant's progressive rock style.

It is worth remembering, however, that although they accomplish astounding heights of complexity and beauty that rival and at times even surpass much of Gentle Giant's discography, without the seminal and inspirational styling of Kerry Minnear, the fabric of this band's music wouldn't simply falter, it is hard to imagine it ever having even existed in the first place.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Send comments to progpositivity (BETA) | Report this review (#1177957) | Review Permalink
Posted Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Latest members reviews

5 stars Lots of fun to listen to. Et Cetera gets to the point early, with the magnificent opening two songs. Dynamic and cerebral, yet accessible and easy on the ears. The presence of a female vocalists adds a jazzy element, with throaty, whispy voices propelling the music. Brilliant instrumental passag ... (read more)

Report this review (#696382) | Posted by Suedevanshoe | Wednesday, March 28, 2012 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Et Cetera are far from mere Gentle Giant clones. I admit there are many superficial similarities to GG and they use many tricks that that band pioneered, but Et Cetera manage to create an entirely unique mood and atmosphere on this album. The sound is lush, warm, and soothing; led by the hypnotic ... (read more)

Report this review (#201924) | Posted by AdamHearst | Friday, February 06, 2009 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Well,if there ever was a clone as good as original,this is it.Et cetera sounds so much like Gentle Giant it's scary!Having said that I have to admit that this is probably my favourite Canadian prog-album of all times.Music flows so effortlesly, performance is flawless and sound is excellent.O ... (read more)

Report this review (#54846) | Posted by ljubaspriest | Saturday, November 05, 2005 | Review Permanlink

5 stars "Who came first...the egg..or the hen?"...im really tired of the tag´s: "Clone" or " Neo- prog" etc. Yes i know,ive used them myself along the way in reviews. But hey guys and gals....shouldnt we just recognise the music for what it is....after all, its progmusic.... good or bad,special or indiff ... (read more)

Report this review (#18279) | Posted by Tonny Larz | Saturday, June 12, 2004 | Review Permanlink

Post a review of ET CETERA "Et Cetera"

You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.

MEMBERS LOGIN ZONE

As a registered member (register here if not), you can post rating/reviews (& edit later), comments reviews and submit new albums.

You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing (use forum credentials).

Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. | Legal Notice | Privacy Policy | Advertise | GeoIP Services by MaxMind | RSS + syndications

Other sites in the MAC network: JazzMusicArchives.com — the ultimate jazz music virtual community | MetalMusicArchives.com — the ultimate metal music virtual community


Server processing time: 0.39 seconds