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Siiilk - Way To Lhassa (2013)

20-09-2013, 06:41
Music | Rock | FLAC / APE

Siiilk - Way To Lhassa (2013)

Artist: Siiilk
Title Of Album: Way To Lhassa
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: MUSEA
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 47:23 Min
Total Size: 140 Mb | 323 Mb


01. Childhood's Memories
02. Between
03. Cathy's Woods
04. In They Grey Chapel
05. Leaving North
06. Midlife Crisis
07. Khajuraho Dreams
08. Way To Lhassa
09. Witness
10. Wladyslaw's Marching Band

Richard Pick: lead vocal, acoustic guitar, tampoura
Gilbert Gandil: electric and acoustic guitars, dobro, additional keyboards, lap steel
Jacques Roman: pianos, synthesizers and mellotron
Guillaume Antonicelli: bass guitar
Attilio Terlizzi: drums, gong

Jean-Nicolas Susse: additional keyboards, backing vocals, horn, indian harmonium
Catherine Pick: vocals
Paul Grant: indian santur
Gabrielle Vargiu: tranverse flute
Hagop Boyadjian: Armenian duduk
Adrien Bernard: choir direction on track 4, guitar, keyboards, violin, vocals and lyrics on track 19
Axelle Ciofolo de Peretti: bass clarinet
Bertrand Ple: brass quartet direction on track 10
Pierre Bassery: trombone
Nicolas Salmon: tuba
Christophe Coronas: trumpet

SIIILK was born from the creative meeting of five musicians from the French city of Lyon. Gilbert GANDIL and Jacques ROMAN, famous for their legendary band PULSAR, joined forces with Richard PICK, Guillaume ANTONICELLI and Attilio TERLIZZI for this new project. Published by the Musea label in the year 2013, "Way To Lhassa" blends music and poetry, taking the listener from the lowlands of Flanders to the butresses of Himalaya, through India. These musical wanderings between chjldhood and adulthood are sublimed by the sounds of Mellotron, keyboards, drums and guitars. Let's also mention brasses, tampuras, Armenian duduk, Indian santur, choirs, and so on. All these elements make this album a timeless masterpiece, in the grand tradition of Progressive rock. Not to be missed !

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