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    Posted: October 01 2014 at 03:55


Clément Belio is a self-signed guitarist & composer from Nancy, France https://www.facebook.com/clems6belio 



"Hello again :) 

This time it's a full length... and it's pretty long.
Finally I think I've achieved my goal with this album.
The idea was to put everything I love in it. Could be styles, bands, chords or any specifics details, whatever...
You can see this album as a melting pot, tributing my favorites artist around the world.
Don't be surprised if you listen something familiar, it might be because I took it from someone else (or even from me haha), re-arranged, re-recorded, and then reproduced it in my own way.
That's the concept here, Imitation as a fundamental learning/writing method.

Anyway, like the previous release, this one is eclectic, even in the production ! Every tracks are different and have their own ambiances, vibes and sounds... And they still flow well together !
There are a lot of vst, but also a lot more live instruments ! Which is pretty new in my music !

Well... Thanks for listening and/or thank you for buying, ENJOY !!"

Clément Belio

released 22 September 2014

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Music & Lyrics by Clément Belio
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered in Clément Belio's bedroom between December 2013 and September 2014


Additional musicians, by apparition order :

Livre V --- Amelia Defranchi (cello), Silvio Giraldou (violin)
Imitation --- Alexander Vonhof (main vocals, lyrics on second half)
Revive --- Pierre Danel (guitar solo)
Swell and Waves --- Benjamin Vidal (main piano on first half), Amelia Defranchi (cello)
Mess --- Brandon Morris (keyboard solo)
Jumpz --- Max Michel (guitar solo)
Prémices --- Vincent Gaubarche (trumpet), Brendon Williams (guitar solo)
Keirō no Hi --- Silvio Giraldou (violin)

Live drums on « Livre V », « Au passage du Cygne », « DROP THE feather », « Keirō no Hi » and « Pt 1 Prémices » recorded by Clément Belio at "Brouss’Art Music".  




                           





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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 01 2014 at 05:22
Thanks, I'm not completely sure that JR/F might be the place where he will end up though, I'm hearing lots of metal on the first glance too. Anyways, taking it to the team.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 01 2014 at 06:30
^ Thank you! in view of the fact that Plini is also jazzy & djent, and added to the JR/F section, I thought that this genre suggestion is the best in this case.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 13 2014 at 17:10

Although there are many genres piled in the music, jazz and fusion are out front enough for me.

I like it.
Trust me. I know what I'm doing.
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