Can Atilla – Concorde

Can Atilla - Concorde

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Can Atilla – Concorde
CD, Groove Unlimited, 2005

With the 79-minute “Concorde”, Turkish composer Can Atilla brings another fine collection of vibrant and melodic music. It’s inspired by the legendary Concorde airplane and the critically acclaimed contemporary works of Tangerine Dream of the ‘80s and ‘90s along a dash of the ‘70’s.

The sounds, the sequencing and the melodic lines very much line up next to the evocative output of the German band, most notably on the excellent “Eve” and the beautiful vintage outing “Solid Water”.
The only downside of the emotive, highly expressive and driven album is two tracks (one of them being the already mentioned “Eve”) feature bits of alto sax. Still, Mr Atilla’s delightful riffs, deep bass tones and appeal for evocative melodic sweeps throughout make a great uplifting ride that will appeal to many.

The accessible, excellent produced and mastered “Concorde” simply makes you smile.

You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Can Atilla artist page


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