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ODESSEY & ORACLE BAROQUE FOLK


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Taking its name from the album of the english band the Zombies, the Odessey & Oracle project carries on exploring paths traced in the late 60's by british and american psychedelic bands with a particularly ornate style, sometimes referred to as "baroque pop". 
Far from a "revival"-like aesthetic, the trio was inspired by a certain freedom of these optimistic years during which experimenting was hip and heretics steps were acclaimed by the crowd.
Drawing their influences from the early classical repertoire (baroque, renaissance, medieval) as well as from more contemporary electric music, their compositions with sophisticated arrangements give wide space to counterpoint and hybrid instrumentation, using early instruments (viola da gamba, baroque cello, flutes…) and modern specimen (electromechanical pianos, dobro resonator guitar, banjo, analog synthesizers…).



FANNY L'HÉRITIER VOCALS, BAROQUE CELLO, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PIANO
ALICE BAUDOIN ELECTRIC HARSPICHORD, RECORDERS AND VOCALS
GUILLAUME MEDIONI GUITARS, BANJO, VIOLA DA GAMBA AND VOCALS


RELEASES

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    ODESSEY & ORACLE AND THE CAIOTONE ORCHESTRA (CD digisleeve / VINYL 12")

    Ref Bâton 8

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