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FIND YOUR SUN

The D Project

Neo-Prog


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3.96 | 117 ratings | 5 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The End (6:02)
2. Crude Reality (6:55)
3. Tell Me (8:45)
4. The Sting (6:04)
5. Life to Spare (4:04)
6. Be Kind (5:35)
7. Find Your Sun Part 1 (1:51)
8. Find Your Sun Part 2 (3:55)
9. Be Free (5:01)

Total Time 48:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Stéphane Desbiens / guitars, keyboards, vocals, composer
- Isabelle Cormier / violin, backing vocals
- Philippe Desbiens / bass
- Jean Gosselin / drums

With:
- Peter Falconer / vocals
- Fred Schendel / keyboards
- Romain Thorel / keyboards
- Marie Noelle Harvey / violin
- Laura Laberge / cello
- Sylvain Laberge / flutes
- Nathalie Gobeil / bassoon
- Daniel Simon / sax
- Chorale de Saguenay / chorus vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Éric Landry with Emmy Cantin (photo)

CD Ozéta Productions ‎- OZP2-4377 (2018, Canada)

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THE D PROJECT Find Your Sun ratings distribution


3.96
(117 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(42%)
42%
Good, but non-essential (20%)
20%
Collectors/fans only (8%)
8%
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)
5%

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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars The leader, singer, guitarist and keyboard player St'phane Desbiens firstly known for his band Sense decided to move on his own because he wanted more freedom. Sense was becoming a band difficult to keep together with a singer living too far. Since then Stephane has continued to make the same kind of Retro-Prog in his modern way with some big guest musicians from the prog scene. This time he had the help of his son in the bass position and he has kept his longtime relationship with producer Andy Jackson who his an obvious choice for a band that makes music with a Pink Floyd influence. The result is still brilliant with some elaborate arrangements with piano, flute, sax, and violin. However, the music still has that guitar-oriented (acoustic and electric) sound going along this identifiable voice of Stephane. The compositions are never too complex, "Crude Reality" is a fine example with his Genesis intro, his simple chorus to sing along, that gets heavier in his second part. The music is built around strong melodies containing a perfect balance with some delicate, melancholic atmosphere, and heavy passage with a crunchy guitar sometimes reminiscent of King Crimson. This is another good addition to your D-Project collection or your whatever kind of prog you want to call this 50 minutes album that goes so fast.
Review by BrufordFreak
COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars The usual top-notch instrumental performances from Stéphane and guests trying to melt multiple styles and structures into the framework of single songs. The justifications for such odd, hodge-podge, patchork compositions are only, as always, in the mind of M. Désbains; as usual, they don't really make sense (or pleasure) to me. I'm surprised producer Andy Jackson (whose rendering of sound quality is great) allows these often disjointed and incongruous sections to end up in their final sections. Perhaps the Stéphane-Andy team have a vision that progressive rock should always be constituted from the gluing together of many separate songs into one. (Lord, what a precedent Peter Gabriel GENESIS created with "Supper's Ready"!) As always with Stéphane albums, there are great sections, great instrumental performances, cogent and relative lyrics, yet I have trouble liking any one song start to finish. The best song he's ever produced (and the only one that remains on constant rotation among my playlists) is the amazing title song from 2006's "Shimmering Lights."

3.5 Stars based upon the strength of "The End," "Find Your Sun," and "Be Free" and 12-string guitars. You be your own judge.

Latest members reviews

5 stars I discovered this band with Making Sense in 2014. This last album is in my opinion the best of D. Project. This album contains great guitar works, solid compositions, inspired lyrics.For me this album is a must for 2018. I like the intro song, The End, with its various changes, a heavy bass lines, ... (read more)

Report this review (#2079015) | Posted by Speedy prog | Tuesday, November 27, 2018 | Review Permanlink

5 stars After a long period , D Project returns with his 5th album.The line up is Stephane Desbiens(guitar,keyboards,voices), Jean Gosselin (drums), Philippe Desbiens (bass), Isabelle Cormier violon) and Francis Foy ( lyrics). The Find Your Sun album goes in another musical direction compared to the others ... (read more)

Report this review (#2077398) | Posted by Logana | Wednesday, November 21, 2018 | Review Permanlink

5 stars For this new album D Project asked for the help of Glass Hammer's Fred Schendel on keyboard, Romain Thorel of Lazuli and Peter Falconer of Driftting Sun on vocal. Also Andy Jackson the sound engineer bring that kind of Pink Floyd's sound . As on the previous releases, we hear a lot of influences ... (read more)

Report this review (#2056538) | Posted by Toggle | Saturday, November 17, 2018 | Review Permanlink

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