Sunday, 28 September 2014

Dominique Guiot - La Dame a la Licorne from 1983 [by request]


"Musical illustrations on themes inspired by the Middle Ages..."

As requested, here is the other Guiot album, which as I mentioned earlier, I felt wasn't quite as progressive, it's definitely in the traditional folk category.

It would be daring to have a listen to the next album he wrote called Casino Retro, and I definitely don't feel up for the challenge.  Then again, one might be pleasantly surprised.  Anyone heard it?

6 comments:

  1. Guiot dame a la licorne

    https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/1pcwxg

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  2. Thanks for this one. I don't have Casino Retro, but I have two albums he collaborated on for Koka Media; KOK 38 & 39. Gonna check them out now and post them on Dusty Shelf if they're any good.

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  3. wow, thanks in advance pornotrond

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  4. thanks for this, i've always wanted to hear the whole thing and it is wonderful

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  5. Here are the two albums I mentioned. Not my cup of tea. I'm always hoping for an album as interesting and good as L'Univers De La Mer. This is just uninspired bland 80s synthmusic, imo.

    http://www53.zippyshare.com/v/91737903/file.html
    http://www53.zippyshare.com/v/45070985/file.html

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