Ones de Crom #4
11 March 2020. This French composer's avant-garde is to be found in his works of contemporary, electronic, psychedelic and minimalist music published in the 1970s and some of them still in use today. He contributed music to an opera-poem by Salvador Dalí and was influenced by the thought of the cabalistic, Hindu, ritual, Christian and occultist worlds, being a master of electronic sounds, percussion and sound ambience. His works from the 70s were re-released a few years ago by the Barcelona-based label Fauni Gena. We can listen to "Logos" (1970), "Docteur Faust" (1971), "Hathor" (1973), "Les Fous D'Or" (1975), "Nagual (Les Ailes De La Perception)" (1977), "Let's Start" (1979), "Etre Dieu" by Salvador Dalí (1985), "Ahata Anahata (L'Audible Et L'Inaudible)" (2007) and "Kshatrya (The Eye Of The Bird)" (2019).