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Tracklist


1Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraVent Vert3:31
2Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraEau Folle2:57
3Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraJ'Ai Ose'3:45
4Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraYasmine3:00
5Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraMa Griffe2:35
6Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraYendy2:55
7Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraFidji2:56
8Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraSauvage2:46
9Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraOpium3:52
10Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraMystere3:10
11Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraNuit D'Etoile2:55
12Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraCalandre3:18
13Oscar Rocchi Piano & OrchestraFemme3:18
14Fabio Fabor Piano & OrchestraTea Rose2:08

Credits


  • Written-By, PianoFabor (tracks: B1 to B7), Rocchi (tracks: A1 to A7)

Barcodes


  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): RLP 513 A 5.82
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): RLP 513 B 5.82

Video


Oscar Rocchi Piano & Orchestra / Fabio Fabor Piano & Orchestra - Parfums MP3 FLAC
Performer: Oscar Rocchi Piano & Orchestra / Fabio Fabor Piano & Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / TV & Stage
Title: Parfums
Country: Italy
Released: 1982
Style: Space-Age, Theme, Contemporary Jazz, Easy Listening, Jazz-Funk
MP3 album: 2693 mb
FLAC album: 1797 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 624
Source: Vinyl, LP
№ Cat: RLP 513
Label: Ring

Levion
This vinyl is going to make pair together with subsequent 1984 "Softly Softly" on Flam label, one of the various subsidiary Label connected to Edizioni Minstrel in Roma.
Three records ofFabio Fabor are better valued as a tryptic work with many different facets but same intent.
So "Aquarium" on Hard in 1980, "Parfums" on Ring in 1982 and finally "Softly Softly" on Flam in 1984 are reflecting some of the most focused music work of Maestro Borgazzi.
despite the latest 2 records are shared with Savina and Rocchi the artistic and musical intent is not lost.
Common points are the different "takes" of some tracks wich both appears on this and "Softly Softly", and one "outtake" wich belongs to the "Aquarium" session and appears again on the 1984 mentioned album.
Infact Fabor had the point to publish some of his better orchestral work with the best production and arrangments spread over all 3 Minstrel labels during the Eighties: he finally came to an artistic stage where personal feelings and music output where fused at the maximum degre, just like he was thinking to have reached the height of his carrer and felt obliged to publish music that would sum up his skills and musical craftmanship in the musical panorama.
And he did it well.
With the clearest production that technology was able to put out in th eeighties here in this "third chapter" "Parfums" delivers the most romantic and delightful synthesis of suggestive music, much ahead of the background library purposes only.
He felt this was his vital music and th elisteners clearly see this: every track come to borrow the french language to (re-)create the most soothing and strongly emotional set of tracks.
The string parts are widely widespread all over the album and retain a magnificent feeling of strong and sweet sentiment, like being among many colored and odorous plants and flowers plus the string section is used to fulfill not only the melodic lines but to enhance the spare timbric result of important use of piano,electronic keyboards and synthesizer.
On "Ma Griffe" Fabor puts on his landmark with the melodic use of synth wich brings ecstatic bright color to the music paired with the always steady rhythmic section and a wonderful use of the electronic bass, wich, as usual on previous records, superbly is capable to continuosly flow-over from the rhythmic to melodic purpose, keeping one of the most important sound layer among each track.
Each step in the tracklisting is adding much ingredients to the overrall mood, each track has a particular smell and duration time is reasonably wide to let all the music layers alterning and altering one after the other in order to accompany the listener in a ttally pleasant and relaxing journey.
The classical feeling is fused with a small baroque ingredient, but then these are freshly mixed with modern instrumentation and some wonderful arrangments wich connect in a wonderful way the up front instruments and melody with the ones wich stand in the background, who slightly alter and make strong contarpunctual links to the main melody.