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Studio Album, released in 1977

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Viens Dans mon Esprit (4:20)
2. Goutte de Pluie (1:30)
3. Pourquoi ne pas Prendre le Temps (6:25)
4. Saison (à Leslie) (2:20)
5. Inutilebingalo (Le Massacre du Printemps) (3:10)
6. Grain de Sable (5:00)
7. Le Pêcheurs de Malange (etude Pléonasmique Dédiée à ma Maman) (3:45)
8. Comment te Dire (She's Not a Girl) (4:55)
9. Loin de Tous les Livres (5:20)

Total time 36:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Michel Ripoche / violin
- Danièle Chadelaud / vocals
- Marc Bertaux / bass
- Gerges Rodi / piano, arp, synthesizer
- Michel Zacha / guitars, keyboards, vocals
- François Auger / drums
- André Céccarelli / drums
- Claude Engel / guitars
- Jean-Pierre Alarcen / guitars
- Marc Chantereau / percussion
- Bernard Lubat / percussion
- Keith Caisey / percussions
- Philippe Dalecky / guitars
- Michel Delaporte / cueca
- Georges Rabol / keyboards
- Rachid Bahri / vocals
- Paul-Jean Borowsky / vocals

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Review by historian9
2 stars Last Zacha's album is more or less in chanson style, and I wouldn't recommend it to start exploring this artist. This pop sensibility was present in the earlier works but at those times it had great rock in the mix to carry out the melodies. With that said, this is still pretty unconventional pop music because of complicated and strange compositions, but overall it would still fall under the umbrella of pop and folk ballads. Also I don't understand french so people that do will maybe appreciate it more for the lyrics if they are good, but the music itself couldn't hold my attention too long. Skip this one, and get the first two albums which might appeal to fans of MIKE OLDFIELD, GENESIS, PINK FLOYD or VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR.

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