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French 5. Japanese 1. More languages. Portuguese 1. See what travelers are saying:. Selected filters. Updating list Date of experience: September Thank TSinParis. Michel T. Reviewed September 4, via mobile.
Google Translation. Reviewed May 22, Date of experience: April Ask Gilberto about L'Araignee Rouge. Reviewed September 26, Ask gerdom59 about L'Araignee Rouge. Reviewed September 21, Ask danytwo about L'Araignee Rouge. View more reviews. There is a live bonus track that is a heavy jazzy jam and this has noticeably lower sound quality but still listenable. The booklet has a very thorough band history and unfortunately, lots of the spiders that are the theme here apparently. True I'm not a spider fan but Atoll still has a great album here.
It seems pretty unanimous that this is their finest hour so Atoll newbies may wish to begin with this one. The vocalist is laughing now as the sound is becoming quite intense. It relaxes again as the first 5 minutes of this song have more in common with Psychedelic music than the Symphonic flavour that follows.
Love the guitar 7 minutes in. What an amazing tune this is. Violin arrives 8 minutes in to end it. The drums are very active as the violin comes and goes. Chunky bass lines as the guitar lays down some fine melodies. Violin after 3 minutes in outstanding. It calms back down 3 minutes in as contrast continues. A very pleasing long guitar solo after 6 minutes. Zeuhl- like vocal melodies to end it. The first part opens with percussion sounds as the violin makes some noise and the drums follow suit.
A minute later the sound becomes dreamy as it drifts along. The second part opens with piano as reserved vocals join in. This is so warm and moving. The vocals become emotional and the mood is so uplifting. Synths become prominant as it blends into part three. This is catchy with some nice drumming. It calms down 2 minutes in before becoming bombastic with vocals. It blends into the final part as the melody all but disappears until drums and piano arrive after 2 minutes.
Great sound. Some scorching violin and guitar follows. A very solid 4 star record.
This band really impressed me with the way they arranged and developed the songs. A gem from France. Live version doesn't save it much. I ask myself, where's that spark I need to wake my feelings, not just appreciate musical technicality, but also ENJOY it.
La chambre de l'araignée
If just because of guitar solos, it deserves better rating. The addition of a violin player led Ange to a more complex and a bit jazzier album compared to the debut.
Trough ''Cazotte No. Very lyrical and atmospheric Progressive Rock supported by extended Fusion instrumental parts with violin on the forefront.
La chambre de l'araignée
The second side contains propably the most ambitious track ever written by Atoll, the eponymous min. It opens with the smooth and proggy Electric Fusion of ''Imaginez le temps'', featuring plenty of intricate moments, followed by the monumental ''L'araignee-mal'', where a lovely groove is built on Michel Taillet' synths and the great rhythm section, accompanied by Balzer's excellent dramatic, vocal performance. The Fusion side of Atoll returns with ''Les robots debiles'', rich and furious instrumental Prog with few vocals but sharp musicianship based on synths, clavinet and guitars.
The closing ''Le cimetiere de plastique'' finds the group in a mood for more spacey, atmospheric textures, followed by a frenetic instrumental theme with angular guitar solos, violins and electric piano. This is definitely the most demanding work of Atoll.
Not entirely consistent, but certainly a very complex album of 70's French Prog with a very eclectic approach. Some of its parts are also trully intricate. Strongly recommended This French provides us with an excellent album full of contrasts and different genres. Although the band is considered to be symphonic prog, this album contains only some elements of that sub genre.
I see much influence of Gong or Magma in the first song Canterbury and Zeuhl , and then, comp The second album from Atoll. And a pretty big break with the debut album too.follow url
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There was a problem loading the reviews. Try again. Open your list. Restaurant food and the hygiene is so bad Flies around the window frame looks likes it S not been clean for a year Salad and fish considering the place is by the cost you'll expect something fresher and with good value but here it wasn't the case.