The Beast - Blacksmith (2) - Blacksmith / The Fire From Within (CD)

But "La Dame et le Dragon" is more transfixing thanks to the dramatic delivery, flutes and organs. Even without the keyboards this would be spot on progressive on that basis alone.

Unlike "Prince Des Hauteurs", this disk does contain several tracks of minimal interest, which occur in succession - "La Trahison" lacks any sort of denouement clamored for by its 7 minute running length, and L'Enchanteur" and "L'hermite" are suprisingly languid, with even the rare emergence of synthesizer failing to salvage the latter as it winds The Beast - Blacksmith (2) - Blacksmith / The Fire From Within (CD).

I do, however, enjoy tunes like "Madrigal" that suggest, well, a certain style of music yet deliver more of a savoir faire swing simultaneously suggestive of les Chansonniers of Quebec. Without sounding remotely self conscious, "L'Homme Loup" manages to virtually quantify timeless tastefulness and relevance independent of its substantial lyrical qualities. Not quite the legendary stuff of its namesake, it's no sheep in werewolf's clothing. Review by tszirmay Special Collaborator Honorary The Beast - Blacksmith (2) - Blacksmith / The Fire From Within (CD).

Kudos to an artist that has managed to carve out an own personal style, like a modern day troubadour, respectful of his cultural heritage and yet progressing musically in an unusually charming package. The quality of the penmanship and its vocal delivery are truly astounding. French speakers need this in their collection, just start with L'Homme-Loup. Even when folk arrangements are primordial on this album and Motis discographysymphonic prog is present as a necessary background to fill all the spaces in this beautiful record that doesn't loose his power and energy in almost 50 minutes of songs cover by beautiful melodies, epical moments and some awsome symph prog sections which turns this album into a hidden jewel that deserves to be discovered Not far away from a masterpiece While the style here is the Breton variant of Celtic rock, the progressive adjective can be applied as readily as folk, jazz, and even swing.

It is lurking wherever the accompanying instrumentation is permitted a brief rise to the fore, in the ethereal keyboard touches, the flute interludes, the time shifts within and between, the deft connection of pieces, and the crystalline perfectionism of the production.

The opener, "Roman le Renard", is a case in point, encapsulating 2 songs in one that are clearly meant to be joined at the hip. The reggae fix of "Le Rire et L'Epee" is fitted with mandolin The Beast - Blacksmith (2) - Blacksmith / The Fire From Within (CD) mellotron as it morphs from a more traditional islands groove to a breathless Paris night club rant without batting an eye. L'Eveil des Gargoules" is a macabre symphonic piece with celtic and acoustic underpinnings until the frenetic lead guitar muscles in.

These highlights notwithstanding, essentially every track offers a refreshing aural treat, an embarrassment of riches if you acknowledge the wondrous diversity of the progressive diaspora.

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