Triode (3) ‎– On N'A Pas Fini D'Avoir Tout Vu

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Futura Records (2) ‎– RED 03
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A1 Magic Flower
Written-By – M. Edelin*
4:00
A2 Misomaque
Written-By – M. Edelin*
2:55
A3 Moulos Grimpos
Written-By – P. Y. Sorin*
4:00
A4 Blahsha
Written-By – M. Edelin*
4:05
A5 Lilie
Written-By – M. Edelin*
5:10
B1 Ibiza Flight
Written-By – P. Y. Sorin*
4:45
B2 Adeubis
Written-By – M. Edelin*
2:45
B3 Come Together
Written-By – J. Lennon-P. McCartney*
4:45
B4 Chimney Suite
Written-By – M. Edelin*
8:05

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Enregistré à Paris le 13 avril 1971

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): MP Fut. 2025A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): MP Fut. 2025B

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February 12, 2014
Review from my Futura feature in Audion #46 (2002)...
Chiefly the vehicle of flautist Michel Edelin, Triode were of that light instrumental pop-jazz underground genre that you hear in lots of films from the era but never seem to find albums of. Triode's main claim to fame, however, is the much-travelled and talented guitarist Pierre Cherez (also of Ys, and later the guitar whiz with Bernard Szajner). Their drummer Didier Hauck was ex-Ergo Sum, and he held together a very tight band.
There's only one word to describe Triode's sole album, and that is "groovy" - it's definitely of the era (12 April 1971 to be exact), and I'd compare it to the likes of Mel Collins' band Circus and Wolfgang Dauner's Rischka's Soul above all else. It's the nimble drums, quirky jazz elements and that oh-so-cool flute that get the feet tapping and body swaggering to it, whether you want to or not. And then there's Cherez, who seems to adopt a different style with each track. His strumming is correctly compared to Caravan's Pye Hastings on the cover notes, yet he also freak's-out when he wants to. There's also a sizzling instrumental version of Lennon & McCartney's Come Together with the flute taking-over the vocal role.