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Dominique GuiotL'Univers De La Mer ... LP
Chicago 2000/WRWTFWW (Switzerland), 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $26.99
A beautiful album of keyboard-heavy tracks – issued by a small sound library label in France during the 70s, with a title that translates as "the universe of the sea"! As you might guess, there's a nice underwater vibe to the record – a sound that's similar to some of the other great sea-driven recordings of the late 60s and early 70s – especially the work of Sven Libaek, who really seems to inform the style here – although Dominique Guiot's approach is much more heavy on the keyboards! Yet despite the use of minimoog, mellotron, organ, clavinet, and other keys – the sound here is always warm, and never too electronic – always glowing around the edges, with a watery richness that's wonderful – offset a bit by acoustic guitar and other elements, a bit like some of the soundtracks of Francois De Roubaix. Titles include "Une Ballade Pour Une Goelette", "Wind Surf Ballad", "Iceberg En Voyage", "Alerte En Mer", "Les Emigrants De La Mer", and "Les Pingouins S'Amusent". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Dominique GuiotL'Univers De La Mer ... CD
Chicago 2000/WRWTFWW (Switzerland), 1978. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful album of keyboard-heavy tracks – issued by a small sound library label in France during the 70s, with a title that translates as "the universe of the sea"! As you might guess, there's a nice underwater vibe to the record – a sound that's similar to some of the other great sea-driven recordings of the late 60s and early 70s – especially the work of Sven Libaek, who really seems to inform the style here – although Dominique Guiot's approach is much more heavy on the keyboards! Yet despite the use of minimoog, mellotron, organ, clavinet, and other keys – the sound here is always warm, and never too electronic – always glowing around the edges, with a watery richness that's wonderful – offset a bit by acoustic guitar and other elements, a bit like some of the soundtracks of Francois De Roubaix. Titles include "Une Ballade Pour Une Goelette", "Wind Surf Ballad", "Iceberg En Voyage", "Alerte En Mer", "Les Emigrants De La Mer", and "Les Pingouins S'Amusent". CD
Also available L'Univers De La Mer ... LP 26.99
 
 
 



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