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Jean-Pierre Alarcen - Jean-Pierre Alarcen album flac Performer: Jean-Pierre Alarcen
Title: Jean-Pierre Alarcen
Style: Fusion, Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
Released: 1988
Country: France
MP3 album: 1974 mb
FLAC album: 1835 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: ADX ASF MP1 APE VOC WMA AIFF
Genre: Rock

Jean-Pierre Alarcen biography Guitarist Jean-Pierre Alarcen was recognised as a talented session musician in the 60's. The first LP he contributed to was 1966's "Les Guitares du Dimanche". Around that time, he worked with well-known French artists such as the pop-singer Jacques Dutronc and also with LE SYSTEME CRAPOUTCHIK. In 1978 Alarcen released his first "solo" album. He worked again with Michel Zacha. Didier Lockwood's brother Francis was part of the line-up, as was Jean-Paul Asseline who had been with Magma, and others. It is a predominantly jazz-rock album with Zeuhlish elements (ZAO-like in "Nationale" and a touch of Magma in "Salut Besson"), funk, blues, ambient, Latin American musical stylings in "Sambala" most ovbiviously (Santana is an influence and Alarcen worked with Zacha again. there's also Chick Corea stylings).

Monday, October 6, 2014. Jean-Pierre Alarcen - 1979 - Tableau No1. Jean-Pierre Alarcen 1979 Tableau No1. 01. First Movement (15:42) 02. Second Movement (5:29) 03. Third Movement (20:34). Jean-Pierre Alarcen, guitar, keyboards - Gérard Choen, bass guitar - Jean-Lou Besson, drums, percussion - Daniel Goyone, keyboards - Philippe Leroux, drum/ percussion - Claude Arini, keyboards & orchestral direction - Jean-Paul Asselini/ keyboards. The "Tableau No 1" album could've been subtitled "Concerto For a Group And Orchestra".

Check the monster tune 'Nationale 20' with e-piano and fat drumbreaks, the more fusion-oriented 'Sambada' in the vein of Bob James 'Nautilus' or the axelrodesque 'Soir'. One late album (1978) with plenty of influences from the earlier prog and jazz-funk scene. Don't miss it. Reply Notify me 4 Helpful.

Guitarist Jean-Pierre Alarcen was recognised as a talented session musician in the 60's. Following the advice of a small label's artistic director, drummer Michel Jullien, keyboardist Henri Garella, and bassist Christian Clairefond contacted Alarcen. They, as EDEN ROSE, went on to release a bluesy progressive rock influenced LP called "On the Way to Eden" in 1970. Unfortunately, problems arose and the band soon disbanded.

На диске, изданном Musea, два альбома. Первый – н астоящий подарок поклонникам симфонического арт-рока и романтической классики (Дебюсси, Форе, Малер). Французский гитарист в содружестве с группой и оркестром ткут волшебную галерею образов: то воздушно-печальных, то, напротив, виртуозно-озорных. Сюита в трех частях звучит на удивление гармонично. Жан-Пьер А ларсен не ставит целью поразить слушателя скорострельными пассажами. Его гитара тонка и протяжна, словно крик одинокой чайки, но вместе с тем тембрально богата и проникновенна. Совершенно очаровательная штука. Второй альбом (хронологически.

By: Jean-Pierre Alarcen (1978, Rock).

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Tracklist

Tableau N°1
1 1er & 2ème Mouvement 21:09
2 3ème Mouvement 20:34
3 Sambaba 6:56
4 Salut Besson 3:58
5 Mon Amour, Mon Amour...!? 3:42
6 Nationale 20 7:14
7 Soir 5:13
8 Vieux Garçon 4:28

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Baillemont Productions Distribution

Credits

  • Bass – Gérard Cohen
  • Choir – Alain Rivey (tracks: 6), Michel Zacha (tracks: 6)
  • Composed By – Jean-Pierre Alarcen
  • Conductor [Orchestral Direction] – Claude Arini (tracks: 5, 8)
  • Drums, Percussion – Jean-Lou Besson*, Philippe Leroux (tracks: 1, 2)
  • Guitar, Keyboards – Jean-Pierre Alarcen
  • Keyboards – Claude Arini (tracks: 6), Daniel Goyone (tracks: 1, 2), Francis Lockwood (tracks: 7), Jean-Paul Asseline (tracks: 3, 4)
  • Percussion – Serge Millerat (tracks: 3 to 8)
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Alain Aubert (tracks: 3, 4, 6, 7), Claude Ermelin (tracks: 5, 8), Dominique Blanc-Francard (tracks: 1, 2), Patrick Clerc (tracks: 3, 4, 6, 7)

Notes

Compilation of 2 LP's...
Jean Pierre Alarcen (© 1978: tracks 3 to 8)
Tableau N°1 (© 1979: tracks 1, 2)

Recorded & mixed by Dominique Blanc-Francard, Patrick Clerk, & Alain Aubert at "Family Sound" & "Davout" studios, Paris, France, in 1978 & 1979.

Made in Switzerland.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 352310 008847
  • Other (Distribution Code): BPE 104

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FGBG 4407.AR Jean-Pierre Alarcen Tableau N°1 + Same ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Musea FGBG 4407.AR France 2002