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Importante:
Vale lembrar que este blog não pretende de qualquer forma prejudicar bandas, artistas ou gravadoras, pelo contrário o objetivo é sempre divulgar e compartilhar diversão, cultura e educação.

Então se de alguma forma você se sentir prejudicado pelo blog, solicito que envie um email para (progrockcontramao@hotmail) que prontamente deleto o material escrito ou link. O mesmo vale para pedidos e sugestões.

Todos os álbuns aqui postados foram adquiridos de forma legal em vinil ou cd, em lojas especializadas, sebos ou com amigos e sugiro que após ouvir algo que goste procure comprar o original.

Divirtam-se e aproveitem o espaço que é nosso.
Obrigada
Márcia Tunes
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All albums posted here were purchased legally on vinyl or CD, in specialty stores, book stores or with friends and I suggest that after you hear something you like try to buy the original.

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Marcia Tunes

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domingo, 29 de julho de 2007

Mona Lisa - avant qu'il ne soit trop tard (1978)

Founded in 1973, in Orleans, this is a symphonic band in the style of Genesis, but with a distinctively French flair (Because of it’s peculiar stage show they are labeled as French Theatric Symphonic in some sources).

Another close comparison is Atoll, with some references to Osanna and Premiata Forneria Marconi.

The first album was recorded with Christian Gallas on electric guitar and violin, Jean-Luc Martin on bass, Jean-Paul Pierson on keyboards, guitar and backing vocals, Francis Poulet on drums, percussion and backnig vocals, Gilles Solves on additional guitars, and , ?Dominique LeGuennec on lead vocals, sax, flute, and percussion. Solves would not remain for the next album, and Gallas would be replaced by Pascal Jordan for the third release. This lineup stayed intact for two albums.

Disillusioned by lack of success, singer Dominique LeGuennec left the band. He was soon followed by Jordan. This led to a major reshuffling of personnel, and assignments. Drummer Francis Poulet pulled a Phil Collins, and became the lead singer for 1979's "Vers Demain." This would be the last of any semblance of the original Mona Lisa.

In 1998 Le Geuennec reformed the band with most of the members of Versailles.
A younger band, who were influenced by Mona Lisa and Ainge. This Lineup recorded "De l'ombre à la Lumière," and "Progfest 2000" (with only one change in personnel).

The band is described as being highly orchestral, and very theatrical. Dominique
LeGuennec receives constant comparisons to Peter Gabriel. They may not have
had the notoriety of their contemporaries, but they are strongly recommended.

(fonte:Progarchives)

Mona Lisa - Avant Qu'il Ne Soit Trop Tard (1978)

Musicians:
- Jean-Luc Martin / bass
- Pascal Jordan / electric & acoustic guitar, synthesizer
- Francis Poulet / drums, percussions
- Jean-Paul Pierson / piano, organ, synthesizer, polyphonic orchestra, Mellotron
- Dominique Le Guennec / lead vocals, flutes, percussion

Track Listings:
1. Avant Qu´Il Ne Soit Trop Tard (3:30)
2. La Peste (6:00)
3. Souvenirs De Naufrageuer (7:00)
4. Tripot (4:00)
5. Lena (5:00)
6. Créature Sur La Steppe (9:30)
Comme Dans Un Rêve
L´Oppression
Avec Le Vent
Bonus tracks:
7. Souvenirs De Naufrageurs (live Version) (8:00)
8. Creáture Sur La Steppe (live version) (6:35)
9. Léna (live version) (6:12)

Novo link:

http://www.mediafire.com/?0cejd5dsx5t

Site oficial:http://membres.lycos.fr/rockmona/

2 comentários:

Merlinus disse...

Mona Lisa é uma Banda altamente recomendada para quem curte prog sinfônico, nos moldes do Genesis, mas com um charme distintamente francês.
Márcia, caso queira o Le Petit Violon de Monsieur Grégoire de (1977), já foi postado no nosso blog.
abraços...

Rai disse...

O Link tá off. =/