- 01. Des Îles
03. Fifteen For Me!
04. The Proud Mongol
05. Let’s Go, Kids of The Drum
Tsunami[engl] Second album, released in 1979, by French keyboard wizard Benoit Widemann (ex–Magma). "Tsunami" is an incredible mix of electronics and jazz–fusion with prog / avant–garde /minimal elements. Treated Minimoog, Oberheim synths, Rhodes, early computer sequencing plus bass, drums, guitar, sax... Featuring Jean–Pierre Fouquey (ex–Magma), Jean–Pierre Grasset (Verto) and Jean–Paul Ceccarelli among others. *Remastered sound, insert with liner notes / interview by Halfway Ritmo and photos.
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Fusioon (Farsa del buen vivir)[engl] This second album – released in 1974 – by Fusioon is one of the masterpieces from the 70s Catalan / Spanish psychedelic / progressive scene. Produced by the legendary Josep Llobell, you’ll find
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Scotlands No.1 Beat Group[engl] Complete recordings, 1963–69, by this legendary band from Glasgow. Fabulous mod–beat, wild R&B and pop–psych, including all their 45 sides for Decca and CBS plus early demos. Formed in Glasgow