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Main » 2006 » November » 27 » Alain Markusfeld - 1971 - Le Son Tombe Du Ciel
Alain Markusfeld - 1971 - Le Son Tombe Du Ciel
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FRANCE 1971

French guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, very unique. His albums  blend multi- layered acoustic guitars with fiery leads, piano, ethereal female  voices, throbbing bass and percussion. His guitar style could be described as  early Larry Coryell (acoustic) meets Randy California (electric) with a strong  middle-eastern influence. Le Desert Noir is a heavier guitar album which  features drums on almost every track, overall very hendrix influenced. With  Platock, there is more maturity in his sound, combining delicate acoustic  guitars and more piano to his trademark sound, with less reliance on drums.  Contemporus attempts to continue in the same vein, but fails to reach the same  energy level, except possibly on the sidelong "Contemporus" suite. Start with  Platock, which most will agree is his best. First two releases are very rare. 


 
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