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Louis Et Francois Moutin Quintet - Parcours FLAC Performer: Louis Et Francois Moutin Quintet
Title: Parcours
Label: Blue Line Productions
# Cat: VB 056 CD
Released: 1991
Country: France
FLAC album: 1406 mb
MP3 album: 2522 mb
Rating: 4.7
Genre: Jazz

Tracklist

1Prune A La Pêche9:15
2Flying Bridge6:10
3Equilibre1:40
4Sans Complexe6:40
5Cinq A Six6:00
6See What Happens5:35
7Toutes Directions6:30
8Trois Minutes Seul Au Fond Du Gouffre4:05
9Les Bancs Publics
Composed By – Georges Brassens
6:25
10Contrastes2:30
11Arashiyama8:15
12Le Labyrinthe2:00

Credits

  • Acoustic Bass, Electric BassFrançois Moutin
  • Alto Flute, FluteMarianne Spang-Hanssen
  • Drums, PercussionLouis Moutin
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano SaxophoneSimon Spang-Hanssen, Sylvain Beuf

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 3 365421 405627
  • Price Code: OMD 544

Companies

  • Distributed By – Omd

Comments: (1)
Konetav
Something is left to be desired for this album, and you'll catch it upon first hearing of the introducing track Toutes directions - that something is definitely missing. Then, it'll immediately be clear that something is the piano. Without the piano's dynamic range, the album imparts a mellow undertone, which is made more prominent by the constant humming of the flute/alto flute by Marianne Spang-Hanssen. The piano is needed to balance out the flute and invigorates particularly the climatic passages - just compare this album to the subsequent "Power Tree" which came about 10 years later and you'll see what a night and day difference it makes when Baptiste Trotignon is on the piano when performing the same work "Toutes directions". The treatment of "Flying Bridge" is similarly quite soft due to the lack of piano, and here it sounds similar to the rendition in the album "Slaughter on 10th Avenue", released 5 years later featuring a bass-cello-soprano trio.

However, it is a different sound indeed, and it requires more attentive listening to fully appreciate the nuances. I would give the album a 4 star.