Their third album was rather like ALIQUANTE, only more of it. Ann Ballester's singing voice gained in confidence, making this quite pleasing to listen to as she sings on three of the album's six tunes (I don't know if I'd quite consider the chanting on "Confluence" "singing" exactly). She's replaced her old ARP Omni (glorified string-synth) with an Oberheim polyphonic, allowing for an expanded palette of synthesizer tones. The Weather Report comparison creeps ever closer.
An extended guest-appearance by Gong's Mireille Bauer on marimba, vibes and other percussion really make this album soar. Really, one of the better fusion items from France, and highly recommended. I was disappointed to see two tracks from this tacked onto the end of Muséa's ALIQUANTE CD, a practice that practically screams out, "We have no intention of reissuing this in its entirety." A grave pity, as it's clearly their finest hour. http://www.progarchives.com
Track Listing: 1. Aurore 5:48 2. Camara 9:25 3. Ma Vie Degenerate 3:00 4. Daisy 7:06 5. Jungle's Jingle 6:33 6. Confluence 4:55 7. Rouge Champs 4:03 8. ES Blues 4:23 9. Open It Up 4:50 10. Babylone 7:15 11. Time Will Make It Better 6:19