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Boomkat Product Review:
A hitherto hidden prog rock zinger comes around again on SouffleContinu’s Futura Records reissue scheme, following sought-after and obscure LPs by Jean Guérin, Semool, Bernard Vitet, and Mahogany Brain, a.o.
This time Triode in the crosshair with On N’A Pas Fini D’Avoir Tout Vu (1971), a heavy grooving and definitively early 70s album of instrumental prog rock virtuosity lead by the highly articulate and “fascinating” flute playing of Michel Edelin, backed by the psychedelic guitar frickle of Pierre Cherez (Ys, Bernard Szajner) and the dextrous rhythm section of Didier Hauck and Pierre-Yves Sorin.
The album’s party piece is a wiggy cover of Lennon/McCartney’s Come Together, replacing the vocal with Edelin’s flute to brilliant effect, but that’s probably also the record’s simplest piece, as they really show off in the likes of Ibiza Flight with its unfeasibly rapid chops intent on triggering your Hoffmans, or again with the incredibly nimble and charming funky prog bent of Blahsha.