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Tracklist


1Anne Michaele
Mellotron – Jacques PinaWritten-By, Piano [Acoustic] – M. Tardieu
2Conte En Vert
Written-By – J. Pina
3Le Temps
Written-By, Mellotron – J. Pina
4Histoire D'Un Pecheur
Written-By – J. Pina
5Caroussel
Written-By – J. Pina

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DI 3003Terpandre Terpandre ‎(LP, Album)DionysosDI 3003France1981
FGBG 4150.ARTerpandre Terpandre ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)MuseaFGBG 4150.ARFranceUnknown
FGBG 4150.ARTerpandre Terpandre ‎(CD, Album, RE)MuseaFGBG 4150.ARFrance1995
BELLE 101733Terpandre Terpandre ‎(CD, Album, RE, Pap)Belle AntiqueBELLE 101733Japan2010
MAR-95148Terpandre Terpandre ‎(CD, Album, RE)MuseaMAR-95148Japan1995

Credits


  • BassPaul Fargier
  • Drums, PercussionMichel Torelli
  • EngineerJean Ristori
  • Engineer [Assisted By]Herold Maybach
  • Guitar, Percussion, Design [Cover]Bernard Monerri
  • Photography ByPierre Chassain
  • Piano [Acoustic], Electric Piano [Fender], ClavinetJacques Pina
  • Synthesizer, Electric Piano [Fender], MellotronMichel Tardieu
  • ViolinPatrick Tillman

Notes


Recorded at studios Aquarius in June 1978.

Made in France

Reissue with slightly different cover to original, includes an insert with pictures of the band members and a history in English (on the reverse is a catalogue of Musea releases).

Barcodes


  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

Companies


  • Pressed By – MPO

Video


Terpandre - Terpandre MP3 FLAC
Performer: Terpandre
Genre: Rock
Title: Terpandre
Country: France
Released: 1988
Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
MP3 album: 1363 mb
FLAC album: 1329 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 187
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
№ Cat: FGBG 2018
Label: Musea

Androlhala
Terpandre played a dreamy restrained brand of instrumental progressive, with symphonic (classical) elements given reign by a wealth of keyboards, synthesizers and lots of Mellotron. Add to that some slight jazz/folk edges, some of it resembles instrumental sections of Genesis or The Enid, but with that uniquely French touch. The album's only drawback (for me) is that it's often too restrained and laid-back. But maybe that's apt for a band that named themselves after a 7th Century musician from the Greek Island of Lesbos!