Released in 1971 on the legendary Futura label,
this ultra-rare LP binds the idiocratic tendencies
of Free-Jazz and Avant-garde into four intriguing tracks.
Staying true to their improvisational ideals the album
was record entirely without a predetermined score;
with each group member focusing their spontaneous
creativity to connect an effortless mind flow between
the individual musicians.
References for this band come from far and wide,
with leafs being taken from likes of early
improvisational-ist AMM and Limbus 3.
The album weaves its way through dark and
moody passages crowned with droning psych
like characteristics, only to abruptly cut loose
with Skronky onslaughts.
For an improvisational collection the album
possess a rare flow from passage to passage;
not to mention the wealth of textures
and emotion flaunted.
This being said, "Gestation Sonore" will test
many casual listens into the point of despair.
The albums true beauty works on a more
subtle level, so don't abandon hope
after the first spin.
released May 15, 2001
harpe de verre, flute, vibraphone, percussions
drums et percussions
contrebasse, guitare, banjo, orgue a bouche