CABARET DU CIEL Blue forms

by Mellow Records MMP387

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A rather unusual proposal for Mellow, that with the debut
of the Cabaret du Ciel bet on a particular job, not exactly
progressive, but certainly of excellent quality.
The music of this young Italian band, in fact, can be
compared to those sounds ethereal and elusive typical
of groups like Cocteau Twins 4AD, the elegant vein pop
songs, Dead Can Dance, for some ethnic solutions that
meet during the album, This Mortal Coil, for some
underlying melancholy.
The first thing to note is the grace of the voice of Silvia Marton,
adept worthy of the school of Gerrard and Fraser, in a
performance that enchants determined and sweet at the
same time. By analyzing the music, we see in
"Blue Form" you will experience quite varied choices.
To make further distinguished the proposal and penetrating
musical Cabaret du Ciel is also reflected an accurate use
of the violin, which goes perfectly with this sound
so soft and sensual.
We are far from progressive, but,
"Blue Forms" is a really good album.

credits

released May 24, 2000

Line-up:

Silvia Marton: vocals

Andrea Desiderà: keyboards, programming, percussions

Gianluigi Morosin: fretless bass, electric & acoustic guitars, additional keyboards

with:

Mauro Beggio: drums, percussions, additional bass

Alex De Rosso: electric guitar

Consuelo Marcon: violin

Luigi Stefanini: additional bass, guitar & percussions

Giorgio Ricci: sampling in "Under Scan"

Renzo Moretto: additional guitar in " Suspendu en l'Air"

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