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2.09 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nous Sommes Chanteurs de Sornettes (1:06)
2. Le Prince d'Orange (2:40)
3. Marions Les Roses (3:30)
4. Margot (0:58)
5. La Mule (3:44)
6. Paysans Sans Peur (1:16)
7. La Blanche Biche (6:26)
8. Salut a la Compagnie (0:54)
9. Daniel Mon Fils (2:40)
10. Les Filles Sont Volages (1:45)
11. La Conduite (3:49)
12. Les Couleurs (1:52)
13. La Complainte du Coureur de Bois (2:24)
14. Voici Venir le Joli Mai (0:23)
15. C'Est le Mai (2:32)
16. Le Navire de Bayonne/Paye Paysan! (1:24)
17. Marions Les Roses (3:18)

Total Time: 40:41

Releases information

WMD-Acousteak 082300 [CD - importation]

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MALICORNE Vox ratings distribution

(4 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (33%)
Poor. Only for completionists (33%)

MALICORNE Vox reviews

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Review by andrea
1 stars Vox is a strange kind of compilation. They put together all Malicorne's songs "a cappella" released on the previous albums: the only songs that didn't appear before are "Le navire de Bayonne / Paye paysan" and the remix of "Marions les roses" (that doesn't sound so different from the original, indeed). The result in my opinion is quite boring: I like very much some of these songs (for instance "Margot", "Salut la compagnie" and "Jolie mai") but I think that here you risk an "overdose". The short moments "a cappella" on album like "Malicorne II" or "Almanach" are quite good because they sound like breaks, they sound different. But a whole album with only vocals (though sometimes there are some instruments in the background) is too much. The booklet is good, with all the lyrics and a lot of information about the songs, but if you look for a compilation to check this band it is better avoid "Vox": this album is not a "best of" or a good sample of Malicorne's music.

Useless, just for completionists!

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4 stars This is the first Malicorne CD I've gotten. First heard their music when I was in Paris in 2005 and loved it. Very much into early Euro-folk and some early proggish bands with lotsa mellotron. 'VOX' is a very organic and well done compilation in my opinion. Their voices and arrangements are al ... (read more)

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