Frederic Galliano ‎– Espaces Baroques

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Toy's Factory ‎– TFCK-87969
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1 Plis Infinis N°1 6:03
2 Plis Infinis N°2 5:05
3 Plis Infinis N°3 5:11
4 Plis Infinis N°4 8:28
5 Nomades Monades
Bugle – Stéphane BelmondoOther [Environnement Acousmatique], Arranged By – Louis 2000Sampler, Programmed By – Frédéric Galliano*Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Composed By – Lionel Belmondo
23:03
6 Multiples Un 7:31
7 Plis Infinis N°1 (Silent Poets Mix)
Remix – Silent Poets
5:05
8 Plis Infinis N° 2 (Rainer Truby Trio Mix)
Remix – Rainer Truby, Christian Prommer & Roland Appel*
5:10
9 Plis Infinis N° 4 (Super Eagles Mix)
Bass – Cesar AnotDrums, Talking Drum, Shaker, Percussion [Octoban], Vocals – Tony AllenFlute [Flute G, Peuhl Flute], Instruments [Shakvashi] – Lionel BelmondoKeyboards, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – FixiRemix – Tony Allen
6:55

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Tracks 7 to 9 Japan only.

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 22, 2004

Moody future jazz, with an emphasis on the jazz. Frederic Galliano’s <I>Espaces Baroque</I> artfully blends jazz with electronics and hip-hop rhythms, with some stunning results. “Plis Infinis No. 1” adds instruments and continues to build on a simple theme, with a cumulative effect. “Plus Infinis No. 2” is much more frenetic, with woodwinds, horns and a low thrumming coursing through the track, while “Plis Infinis No. 3” is languorous, with a sad vocal sample floating atop the track. “Nomades Monades” is a long track that drifts along in a jazzy haze, changing gears halfway through to become more stripped down. “Multiples Un” is a beautifully sweet, like a serenade on a summer’s evening. This Japanese edition also includes several remixes; the one unique to this CD is the Silent Poets’ take on “Plis Infinis No. 1,” which emphasizes a heavy beat and loops the horn. Altogether, a masterful album.