Friday, 2 November 2018

Coïncidence ‎– Coïncidence (1977)


The debut album from this French band.

The band was a quintet with a lineup of clavinet, guitars, bass, keyboards, electric piano, synths, drums and some vocals.

This is one of reasonably many fusion bands from the mainland Europe who showed up on the basis of the popularity of fusion in the 1970s. A great decade for fusion.

This thirty-six minutes long album was recorded and released on a tight budget.

That explains the sound and the poor packing of the album.

The music is pretty standard fusion with some French prog rock in the vein of Ange thrown in at the end where the vocals comes in.

Nothing here sounds really interesting. There is a couple of decent tracks and that is all.

This is not an album worth paying any money for.

1.5 points


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