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Morse Code


Symphonic Prog

3.59 | 58 ratings

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4 stars Morse Code was one the best Quebec prog bands of the seventies together with Harmonium, Octobre? More influenced by King Crimson (first period) than the other bands aforementioned, this quartet included lots of mellotron parts in their albums. "Procreation" (1976) is certainly their best. Imagine a concept album about birth, death and spirituality in French, featuring a gorgeous epic (26') showing an intricate, complex structure with syncopes, bridges, various rhythms and atmospheres, and of course sumptuous keyboards parts! Yes, a dream come true, a French-speaking King Crimson, although I missed Robert Fripp's guitars! ProgQuébec, a young Canadian label, had the good idea of reissuing it with a new remastered sound and two instrumental bonus. Merci les chums for this is a real must. What about reissuing Octobre's "Survivance" now, another masterpiece of Quebec prog? My LP is in a poor condition!
Thierry | 4/5 |


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