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Patrick Vian


Progressive Electronic

4.19 | 18 ratings

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5 stars Yes, 5!

PATRICK VIAN's, "Bruits Et Temps Analogues" is using Prog labels a 1976 electronic music work which goes from Prog Electronic to Prog's Crossover and then also other un-proggy destinations. To try to nail this whole work, I will mention "progressive electronic aesthetics" + "World/Jazz-fusion without the "exotic Imperial approach" + "serious music composition", yet unpretentious, just truly creative and from there to "contemporary classical music" structures with brushes of Prog's "Symphonic" styling and RiO's daring proposals and the inevitable "Ambient" tagging.

It will be unwise for a single artistīs release not to mention the impeccable musicians alongside Vian's moogs and piano. Drums are poignantly and cheerfully played by Mino Cinelu well acquainted in fact with a wide spectrum of Prog bands (Gong, Weather Report). Percussions run on the hands of Georges Granier who also adds Fender Rhodes, marimba, noise and "scissors" to his collaboration. The very welcomed flavor of Bernard Lavialle (Ame Son) , on the electric guitar makes this album "rock" where needed and soft if it happens.

What else can I say............ It is completely absurd to miss this ***** 5 PA stars work, now that you know about its existence "and miss the "bliss".

admireArt | 5/5 |


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