The atmosphere is mysterious, melancholy, dark, a throbbing repeated deep bass sometimes plays under bass-played melodies. The sad tone is appreciable in "Romantic Charlotte:"
Or listen to the synthesizer waves in her "Atlantic Adventure" which recalls such French masterpieces as Michel Moulinié's Chrysalide:
Composition and musicianship are done to perfection. I would love to know who is the guitarist as his playing is absolutely heavenly (an acoustic solo finishes off the record)-- none of the requisite information on discogs. There couldn't be any complaints for this one, except perhaps for the fact Charlotte gets married towards the end of the second side. We are of course then subjected to a wedding march-- a sound which, I think to most of us men, is unfairly traumatic to hear more than once a lifetime, though it does happen to some from time to time...
I suppose I should add that most of the Flash Resonance albums are worth hearing. But by no means all, there are some trashy ones, musically. The ones done by Chevallier are particularly gorgeous, the Space Resonances I mentioned before, and Atmospheres and Light Breeze (already available, if someone needs I can reup). And, obviously, Feanch also had a solid track record (so to speak!) for beautiful music. At some point it would be wonderful if someone could let us know which items are missing from his discography but might be worth checking out.