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Sauveur Mallia - Music Force II

Sauveur Mallia - Music Force II

Musician: Sauveur Mallia
Album title: Music Force II
Style: Free Jazz, Jazzdance, Easy Listening
Released: 1985
Country: France
Size MP3 version: 1630 mb
Size APE version: 1684 mb
Size WMA version: 1583 mb
Rating ✫: 4.1
Votes: 865
Format: MP3 XM DTS WMA VQF MPC ASF
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Stage & Screen

Sauveur Mallia - Music Force II


Tracklist

A1.1 Music Force Encore 3:59
A1.2 Music Force Encore 0:24
A2.1 Miles & Kilometres 3:00
A2.2 Miles & Kilometres 0:30
A3 Meteo Report 3:00
A4.1 Central Area 2:54
A4.2 Central Area 0:32
A5.1 Jazz Rock Sketches 4:21
A5.2 Jazz Rock Sketches 0:28
B1.1 Music Transit 3:50
B1.2 Music Transit 0:32
B2.1 Melody & Company I 3:43
B2.2 Melody & Company I 0:29
B3.1 Melody & Company II 3:43
B3.2 Melody & Company II 0:29
B4.1 Computers, Machines & Musicians 3:06
B4.2 Computers, Machines & Musicians 0:33
B5.1 Davis Avenue 3:27
B5.2 Davis Avenue 0:32

Credits

  • Artwork [Illustration] – Jean-Paul Theodule*, Roger Tokarz
  • Bass [Fender, Fretless], Synthesizer [Yamaha D X 7, Roland Jupiter 8, Oberheim 8], Sequenced By [Sequential Circuit, Poly Midi I], Electronic Drums [Drumulator, Tr 808 Rhythms Composers], Sampler [Ams Sampling, Akai Digital], Written-By – Sauveur Mallia
  • Producer – Roger Tokarz
  • Trumpet – Eric Lalanne

Notes

(P) Productions Sforzando - Tele Music
(C) Editions Sforzando



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Wow. This is quite brilliant stuff, man! Basically, this is Sauveur Mallia's take on the Miles Davis sound of the mid-'80s. Plenty of synths and electronic instrumentation, yet grounded with the colourful trumpet playing of Eric Lalanne. It's really a rad combination, as Mallia crafts some really interesting, vibrant experiments while Lalanne hits some exotic tones over top of the electronic backgrounds. There is a sort of improvisational tone to the LP, and the trumpet playing certainly goes the free jazz route at times. This is quite a hard sound to classify, but it's definitely rooted firmly in jazz. I would call it electro jazz-rock, maybe.All in all, this one is definitely a keeper, and at the price it's going for now it's a super no-brainer. 5 out of 5, and recommended for fans of Miles Davis, jazz trumpet, mid-'80s electro grooves and experimental, jazzy library music.