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Even on it's first record "L'Escapade" (1974), Mona Lisa appeared as a dedicated follower of the theatrical, emotional and melodramatic rock created by ANGE. The emphasis, the sensibility, the vocal subtlety of Dominique Le GUENNEC goes beyond the usual style. He "lives" his lyrics and surprises the listener by performing an expressive and suggestive music that evoke GENESIS. The group got better with each album. "Grimaces" (1975) and especially "Le Petit Violon de Monsieur Grégoire" (1976) are two different landmarks of their technical maturity, that is evident thanks to a Steve HACKETT style of guitar and the growth of the singer's vocal power and charisma. "Avant Qu'Il Ne Soit Trop Tard" (1977) is a success for this band, given that it mixes the vocal emphasis with the theatricality of it's music, and it also goes beyond this thanks to a great instrumental variety and truly captivating and powerful melodies. Dominique Le GUENNEC decided then to leave, and the vocals were then offered.
Even on it's first record "L'Escapade" (1974), Mona Lisa appeared as a dedicated follower of the theatrical, emotional and melodramatic rock created by ANGE. The emphasis, the sensibility, the vocal subtlety of Dominique Le GUENNEC goes beyond the usual style. He "lives" his lyrics and surprises the listener by performing an expressive and suggestive music that evoke GENESIS. The group got better with each album. "Grimaces" (1975) and especially "Le Petit Violon de Monsieur Grégoire" (1976) are two different landmarks of their technical maturity, that is evident thanks to a Steve HACKETT style of guitar and the growth of the singer's vocal power and charisma. "Avant Qu'Il Ne Soit Trop Tard" (1977) is a success for this band, given that it mixes the vocal emphasis with the theatricality of it's music, and it also goes beyond this thanks to a great instrumental variety and truly captivating and powerful melodies. Dominique Le GUENNEC decided then to leave, and the vocals were then offered.
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Le Petit Violon De Monsieur Gregoire [Import]
Artist: Mona Lisa
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Chant Des Glaces
2. Allons Zenfants
3. Publiphobe
4. Solaris
5. Petit Violon de Mr. Gregoire
6. Folie
7. De Toute Ma Haine
8. Plus Loin Vers Le Ciel

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Even on it's first record "L'Escapade" (1974), Mona Lisa appeared as a dedicated follower of the theatrical, emotional and melodramatic rock created by ANGE. The emphasis, the sensibility, the vocal subtlety of Dominique Le GUENNEC goes beyond the usual style. He "lives" his lyrics and surprises the listener by performing an expressive and suggestive music that evoke GENESIS. The group got better with each album. "Grimaces" (1975) and especially "Le Petit Violon de Monsieur Grégoire" (1976) are two different landmarks of their technical maturity, that is evident thanks to a Steve HACKETT style of guitar and the growth of the singer's vocal power and charisma. "Avant Qu'Il Ne Soit Trop Tard" (1977) is a success for this band, given that it mixes the vocal emphasis with the theatricality of it's music, and it also goes beyond this thanks to a great instrumental variety and truly captivating and powerful melodies. Dominique Le GUENNEC decided then to leave, and the vocals were then offered.
        
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