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Ergo Sum

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Category: Progressive Music Lounges
Forum Name: Suggest New Bands and Artists
Forum Description: Suggest, create polls, and classify new bands you would like included on Prog Archives
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Topic: Ergo Sum
Posted By: armapo
Subject: Ergo Sum
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 05:55
 
  Nobody knows the French band Ergo Sum?
  I sent some material about this group, for including in Prog Archives, but till now...silence.
  For me, the album " Mexico" (1971) is a fine example of blues-rock-folk progressive, very original too. It deserve an inclusion in the PA database.
 
 
 


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Posted By: Raff
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 06:02
Excuse me, who did you send the material to? I think you realise people here work for free, and it can happen that they sometimes lose track of suggestions.

By the way, Ergo Sum are in the Master List, under Bands/Artists to be discussed. As they are indicated as a possible Art Rock addition, I'd be very glad to have some material sent my way in order to submit it to the AR team for possible addition.


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Posted By: armapo
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 06:16

 

    I sent the material at : mailto:band.submissions@gmail.com - band.submissions@gmail.com (February 10A bioth).

    A brief bio, a band pic, the track-list of their unique album, and four  .mp3 tracks.
 
    Bye.


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Armando


Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 08:08

I can confirm we received a submission for Ergo Sum, although there is more than 1 band with this name.

If you only sent the submission in on Feb 10th, I'm afraid you may have to wait a while as there is a long queue.



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Posted By: laplace
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 08:09
Is there a band called Tabula Rasa too? because we'd have the whole line of latin cliches collected in prog rock =)

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Posted By: armapo
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 09:50
 
   

<I can confirm we received a submission for Ergo Sum, although there is more than 1 <band with this name.

  Yes, I know that: there is another band from Chile, already in PA database . I wrote this in my message: "my" Ergo Sum indeed is a FRENCH band.
 
 Bye.


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Posted By: Sean Trane
Date Posted: February 28 2007 at 13:29
Chopper sent me the samples, but I thought that Ergo Sum (definitely deserves inclusion) would not fit in prog folk. I tend towards jazz rock.


Posted By: armapo
Date Posted: March 01 2007 at 05:52

 

    Well, I don't know...Ergo Sum style is an excellent blend of many things, but blues and  folk, imo, are the real focus of their music. A jazzy touch appears here and there, anyway.

   Bye.  


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Posted By: Raff
Date Posted: March 01 2007 at 05:55
OK, I'll try to retrieve those samples from my Art Rock partner, who seems to have forgotten everything about themWink.... Then we'll evaluate the band, and see if the addition can be made in the shortest possible time.

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Posted By: oliverstoned
Date Posted: March 01 2007 at 06:05
Originally posted by armapo armapo wrote:


Nobody knows the French band Ergo Sum?

I sent some material about this group, for including in Prog Archives, but till now...silence.

For me, the album " Mexico" (1971) is a fine example of blues-rock-folk progressive, very original too. It deserve an inclusion in the PA database.





Of course. It's a great band, only impaired by their very bad singer. They 'd fit well in Canterbury as they're close to SM, but jazzrock would be fine as well, cause they developed their own style.

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Posted By: Sean Trane
Date Posted: March 01 2007 at 14:17
As soon as I can find my album in the box following my move, I'll check them out again.


Posted By: Zac M
Date Posted: March 01 2007 at 15:55
Originally posted by laplace laplace wrote:

Is there a band called Tabula Rasa too? because we'd have the whole line of latin cliches collected in prog rock =)


Yep. There's a Finnish band with that nameWink


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Posted By: Sean Trane
Date Posted: March 14 2007 at 05:36
http://www.progarchives.com/Progressive_rock_discography_BAND.asp?band_id=2902 - http://www.progarchives.com/Progressive_rock_discography_BAND.asp?band_id=2902
done!!!Thumbs%20Up


Posted By: armapo
Date Posted: March 14 2007 at 11:09

 

   Ehi, a very good work ! Approve

  Anyway, what about the .mp3 and the band picture?
   Armando


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Posted By: Sean Trane
Date Posted: March 14 2007 at 12:32
Originally posted by armapo armapo wrote:

 

   Ehi, a very good work ! Approve

  Anyway, what about the .mp3 and the band picture?
   Armando
 
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