Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Roland Bocquet-Robot Rose - Claviers Synthétiseur,LP,1982,France

After the group CATHARSIS broke up, its former keyboardist threw himself into the adventure of solo production, managing to avoid the restrictions and pitfalls of the "solo keyboards album" -which is often a pretext for an insipid display of the keyboardist's talent- by inviting excellent musicians to accompany him and by giving free expression to his fabulous talent as an original composer and gifted arranger. This album combines great electronic/experimental /space elements and sometimes touching the pseudo disco sound.An album which is an invitation to travel and to dream.

get it here

24 comments:

jgrovaswitness said...

Your blog is very awesome! But I am having a problem with your use of RapidShare. I want to hear the music you are posting, but RapidShare only allows one download at a time (and you post several times throughout the day, each shared album appears to be a gem), and only allows a certain number of downloads within a certain time frame.

Might I suggest switching to a different service? Mediafire doesn't seem to offer the same problems.

vdoandsound said...

jgrovaswitness-Mediafire offer worse problems by far: they routinely delete links.

house303 said...

This is an awesome share. Thank you!

house303 said...

This is awesome...thanks to you!

Mediafire isn't the solution for me neither. A multi-host as sharebee might be the solution...

Anonymous said...

Thanx for a great album!
///F

Anonymous said...

really brilliant album anyway!
thank you

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Dirkson said...

Yeahh!! What an album. A great happy kicker! love it.

Cheers

Yair Yona said...

Hey -
Your blog is brilliant. Thanks, this is a wonderful album.

Andres said...

thank you, amazing.

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Anonymous said...

I likes the rapidshare too.

They stay up longer and people can have many downloads per day if they wait ten minutes after each download. This helps pace people anyways.

Just my 2 cents.

Superb blog btw!

Anonymous said...

Iam sending out a request on here too. If anyone has Last Man In Europe-Songs From The Ark,' please post it. Thank-you in advance. Viva Mutant Sounds!

Anonymous said...

Nice post, definitely rarer that robot bleu and equally rewarding.

best

Marc

Anonymous said...

hope yer dont mind but i was about to post "foehn' insideout eyes, then had a quick blog check and see that you beat me to it....is there nothing you dont have!..anyway ive linked to yours so people can get it etc. hope okay. cheers.

www.eclectricitymeter.blogspot.com/

mike said...

Is there a track list available for this fantastic album? I'd love to be able to play it in the proper order! Thanks so much.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

to mike:
http://www.discogs.com/release/890327

A1 Flash (2:40)
A2 Scoop (3:37)
A3 Le Flipper Amoureux, Sans Voix (3:22)
A4 Paradia (4:36)
A5 Amour 5/5 (3:00)
A6 Robot Rose (2:24)
B1 Harmonic Terminal (3:08)
B2 La Marche Des Canards (2:13)
B3 Epsilove (3:24)
B4 Le Répondeur Automatik (3:40)
B5 Digital Vision (3:55)
B6 Trilogue (2:08)

Anonymous said...

In a word: wow!

Goldy said...

this is the sickest LP I have heard from a blog in a while

Anonymous said...

No one happens to have Robot Bleu available, do they? :-)

Jessums said...

I sure wish someone would post the "less obscure" Robot Bleu, as well. I can't seem to find it anywhere and this one has me very curious.

Paul Durango said...

'Robot Bleu' i riped

thelibraryhunt.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Fantastic - thanks!