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Travelling - Voici La Nuit Tombée download mp3
  • Performer: Travelling
  • Title: Voici La Nuit Tombée
  • Category: Rock
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 1973
  • Music style: Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes 834
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Travelling - Voici La Nuit Tombée download mp3

Tracklist

Voici La Nuit Tombée 18:00
Flamenco 4:02
Passo 3:05
Soleil 3:03
Tout Compte Fait 3:27
Shema 3:06

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RED 06 Travelling Voici La Nuit Tombée ‎(LP, Album) Futura Records RED 06 France 1973
MMP 390 Travelling Voici La Nuit Tombee ‎(CD, Album, RE) Mellow Records MMP 390 Italy 2000
RED 06, FFL012 Travelling Voici La Nuit Tombée ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle) Futura Records , SouffleContinu Records RED 06, FFL012 France 2015
RED 06, FFL012 Travelling Voici La Nuit Tombée ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Wit) Futura Records , SouffleContinu Records RED 06, FFL012 France 2015


Comments: (3)
Virtual
Review from my Futura feature in Audion #46 (2002)...Much touted as a French answer to Caravan, this was always one album I was eager to hear, as when the French go Canterbury-esque they always do it with that strangely Gallic finesse (c.f. Ame Son, Moving Gelatine Plates, Forgas) adding something uniquely their own. In essence, aside from the Caravan edge, they were much more a Soft Machine cum Egg type trio, with slightly Robert Wyatt-like vocals from Yves Hasselmann (also on piano and organ) and an almost Supersister feel in the rhythm section: Jacques Goure (bass) and Roger Gremillot (drums).The album's tour-de-force is side one's Voici La Nuit Tombee itself, at 19'35" it's long for a French work of the period, which strongly features Hasselmann's distorted keyboards as the focus in a complex suite and the only actual song of the album at its core. The five tracks that covered side two were all different, Flamenco (not a Flamenco at all) kind of predates Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom feel with its multi-piano phrasings and sleazy jazzy beat and Wyatt "daddly-da-de-- daaa" before it goes off on a complex classical walkabout, moving seamlessly into Passo to the jazzy Soleil to the mini keyboard symphony Tout Compte Fait to lightly Magma edged Shema where we return to the theme of Flamenco, which pretty much means side two was a one-side work as well.Distinctly 70's pioneering prog (recorded on 5 February 1973, to be precise), it's both quaintly dated and simultaneously fresh today, and a definite "must hear".
Dianantrius
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salivan
This is a great example of the rocking side of the Futura label, and one of the few RED releases. The music is typical for the 1973 Prog rock, but is VERY well executed. The leader of Travelling, keyboardist/vocalist Yves Hasselmann created a beautiful, ethereal soundscape that starts with a side-long title compoition, followed by 5 pieces on side two. The setiing is rather minimalist (keyboards, bass, and drums), but the result is quite compelling. For sure, one of the better French prog rock items. Unfortunately, only one release, as far as I know.
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