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Le Passage Clair
  • Artist: Michel Blanc
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479159992
  • Item #: SRD915999
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 4/11/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Le Passage Clair on CD

Michel Blanc is a member of PUSH THE TRIANGLE, this band members Stéphane PAYEN and Franck VIGROUX participate to this project: ALL ABOUT JAZZ march 2005 says abou them This French band pushes the envelope while garnering high-marks for originality and breadth of implementation. Franck Vigroux cranks out atypical avant-rock sounds from his electric guitar and turntables. As the remainder of the band comprises, cornet- drums-saxophone-vocals. It's easily one of the more captivating music marvels of 2005, where the band's experimentalism spans rock, free-jazz, and classical concepts. Howling guitars seek a happy medium with difficult time navigations and wild jazz parts. The ensemble's genre bashing transforms into an unswerving makeup, spiced with stabs at humor and a quasi, electronic-organic tone. They even fuse indigenous folk/rock musings into the heart of matters. Three cheers are in order for an ensemble that transcends a good deal of experimental muck, surfacing within European and American music circles. Given the unorthodox chain of events, these folks somehow seem to pull it all together. Glenn Astarita.