Triode - Lilie, taken off their debut(?) album, "On n'a pas fini d'avoir tout vu", released in 1971. If it weren't for the helpful liner notes, we wouldn't be able to tell you a thing about this fantastic French quartet. The band was formed and led by flautist Michel Edelin, who is a classically influenced player, although comparisons with Tull's Anderson are almost inevitable. There is a strong Canterbury feel, as in Caravan and Hatfield and the North, to the bands' music, but a "sounds a bit like" Jade Warrior'' statement wouldn't be out of place either They released this album on the Futura label, and if this album is a nothing to go by, more CD releases of "lost" classic albums by this label will be most welcome.

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Triode - 1971 - On n'a pas fini d'avoir tout vu - 3.5/5

Triode - 1979 - Live Winter 78 Chapati - 4/5



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