|A1||Soleil Sur La Mer||2:30|
|A7||Escargots De La Mer||2:20|
|B2||Epaves Sous Marines||3:15|
|B9||Etoile De Mer||2:15|
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- Edited 3 years agoI had a good feeling about this one when I saw it’s name. Water-themed library music is almost always good and for an 80s library album to have such a fabulous name? Needless to say my hopes got big. However, I’m glad to say that they were mostly fulfilled here. There’s an oddly frequent horn instrument that pops up in many songs, but it doesn't really distract from the more prominent synths, and let me tell you, these are some great synth tones - very analog/vintage you could say but also done in a slightly more unique way than usual. It's something more futuristic yet submerged and aquatic all at once. Looking forward to hearing this one again.
- Surprising Pierre Dutour, quite much different from what you can find on Chappell. Synthetisers and acoustic instruments, electronic effects, no really rhythms. Deep ocean water evocations, relaxing, idyllic, a bit new-agey. Some discreet and nice music on this record. Not particulary special or ambitious, the least I can say, but it has his virtue -like at late night before going to sleep, after a rush or after a raw mixing long sequence at high volume (with sequels). Easy and quiet ambient/synth.