Daniel White & Son Orchestre* ‎– Illustration Sonore Volume 1

Vega ‎– 19.043
Vinyl, LP


A1 Frede 2:15
A2 Musique De Chambre 4:35
A3 Roue Libre 1:04
A4 Savoy Hotel 3:00
A5 Cornemuse 2:04
A6 Happy Boy 3:15
A7 Clown 0:37
A8 Palladium 2:30
A9 Riverside Blues 1:30
B1 Galaxie 4:05
B2 Charge 4:28
B3 Marche Royale 2:35
B4 Forêt Noire 1:58
B5 Madrid 1:36
B6 Aveu 1:50
B7 Riziere 1:55
B8 Troika 2:10

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October 18, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

This is one of those albums that just catches you off-guard. After seeing the cool cover art, I figured there had to be decent music within, and I was quite surprised at how decent it was! The majority of tracks are 60s bouncy jazz with some real nice grooves and a few wonderful contemporary classical moves sprinkled in. A few of the tracks are very interesting, sometimes-strange, sometimes-experimental atmospheres and textures that set incredible moods. The album as a whole reminds me of a strange Italian library. I'm quite blown away by this one as it's one of those "total package" libraries - great grooves and wonderful cover art. Library music like this is quite rare, and I would definitely recommend this album for fans of jazzy and strange production music, especially in the Italian scene (although this is a French composer). This one is quite a killer!


February 5, 2014
Can't hear anything electronic here...