François Bréant - Sons Optiques download album
Tracks 9 & 10 were recorded at François Bréant's house in the beginning of the Eighties, then reworked in 2001. They were not included on the original Egg LP release; they are bonus tracks. AR on back of tray, spine and label. Cat Musea FGBG 4427 in booklet. Matrix, Runout: KDG FR 4427AR. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L373.
Best known at the time as the keyboardist in the band of French singer/songwriter Bernard Lavilliers, François Bréant released his first solo album in 1979 on Egg, reissued in 2002 by Musea. Bréant 's progressive rock roots show all the way through this fine platter of progressive electronic music with a jazz-rock twist, which compares favorably to contemporary albums by Edgar Froese, Alpha Ralpha, and Jean-Luc Ponty. Bréant is not a tremendously original keyboardist, nor an accomplished electronician - his sound palette sticks to the well-documented examples of the era.
This album has an average beat per minute of 136 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Sons optiques. BPM Profile Sons optiques. Album starts at 161BPM, ends at BPM (-161), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by François Bréant.
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Harwood, François Bréant Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Chautemps Violin – Didier Lockwood. I cannot speak to the origins of Mr. Breant's talent but I must say that in 2004, I still look upon this work as something special. It's quite atmospheric, yet it engages those intested in the more technical aspects of music. The technical limitations are scarcely evident. Hats off to Francois Breant! I wish I could find more of your wrok.
Album · 1977 · 10 Songs. Sons optiques Francois Breant. 1979 François Breant. More By Francois Breant. See All. Voyeur extra-lucide.
|A1||Les Journaux Annoncent La Guerre (Générique)||3:37|
|A2||Vacances A Concarneau (Flash Back)||3:04|
|A3||De Retour A Paris||4:08|
|A4||Scènes De Foule Et De Poursuite Pendant Le Carnaval||3:50|
|A5||Dilemme De Jeanne Au Restaurant Chinois||3:58|
|B1||Survol De Rio||3:03|
|B2||Scènes De Mobilisation (Flash Back ) Et Retrouvallies Aves Bruno||9:42|
|B3||Baiser Au Crepuscule Et Fin||4:14|
- Manufactured By – King Record Co. Ltd
- Alto Saxophone – Éric Letourneux
- Bass – Guy Delacroix, Pascal Arroyo
- Cymbal [Cymbales], Timbales [Chromatiques] – Albert Marcœur
- Drums, Percussion – Emmanuel Lacordaire
- Electric Guitar – Marc Perru
- Engineer – André Harwood
- Piano [Steinway], Synthesizer [Arp Odissey], Chorus, Composed By, Arranged By – François Bréant
- Producer – André Harwood, François Bréant
- Sleeve, Photography By – Studio De L'Air
- Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Chautemps
- Violin [Electric] – Didier Lockwood
NotesJapanese promotional copy white label.
Include obi / insert.
Made in Japan
|900.553||François Bréant||Sons Optiques (LP)||Egg||900.553||France||1978|
|17.1407/1||François Bréant||Sons Optiques / Sonidos Ópticos (LP)||Egg||17.1407/1||Spain||1978|
|BRCLP 60069||François Bréant||Sons Optiques (LP, Album)||Egg||BRCLP 60069||Italy||1978|
|FGBG 4427.AR, FGBG 4427||François Bréant||Sons Optiques (CD, Album, RE)||Musea, Musea||FGBG 4427.AR, FGBG 4427||France||2002|
|90043||François Bréant||Sons Optiques (LP, Album)||Egg||90043||Canada||1978|