Album Review

Vladimir Cosma – “Insolite and Co.” – [Musique pour L’image]

Chesus   7/20/2007   A Library

Take a journey through a deserted ghost town previously inhabited by moody tropical islanders while riding on whispy xylophones and being chased by re-animated flute players. Become part of the evil that destroyed this town by floating through its streets and seeking out its treasures hidden amongst the dusty sidewalks and worn out street signs. Be careful not to fall under the lazy spirits influence or you may just become one.

Accomplished french movie score composer Vladimir Cosma creates the feel of lament for necessary evils with almost every piece on this release. Not a very busy or structured release. Indigestible, haunty, jazzy, & tropical, the tracks feel like they would be right at home in an independent movie about abused aliens.

tracks 6, 10 jazzy
track 8 haunted music box
last track (12) dismal funeral sound
as for the rest of the tracks.. see above

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Jack Diamond says

This is a French music/sound library LP that was made/created for "Television, Radio and Film" in 1969. It was pressed in a very small quantity and not 1 of them were sold to the general record buying public and were only available for licensing. Many times though throughout the years to follow, Libraries did purge and were either sold off or given away


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