Live 1977 - Tome VI is a music live recording by ANGE (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1977 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. I would say that this live album is a pivotal turnpoint in Ange's career. They will still produce some great albums after this recording but the density of the previous ones will never be matched again. This live work starts with a trio of songs from "Au Del� du D�lire" one of their masterpieces IMO.
Universal Japan 0574652.
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Album Name Tome VI. Type Live. Labels Musea Records. Music StyleSymphonic Prog. Members owning this album16.
Ange (4) – Tome VI. Label: Baillemont Productions – CD 917. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. First CD issue of the double live LP. Recorded during "Ange Tour '77" by The Manor Mobile Unit on May 26th, 1977 at the Palais Des Sports De La Porte De Versailles, Paris, except track 6, recorded the day before, same place. Packaged in a standard jewel case with 4-page booklet.
Tome VI, released in 1977, is the first live album by the French progressive rock band Ange. lengths taken from the CD release). Side One: "Fils De Lumière" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 04:33. Les Longues Nuits D'Isaac" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 04:27. Ballade Pour Une Orgie" (Christian Decamps, Jean-Michel Brezovar) – 04:38. Ode À Émile" (Christian Decamps, Jean-Michel Brezovar) – 03:45. Side Two: "Dignité" (R. Lombardo, Francis Decamps) – 15:51.
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Ange was initially influenced by Genesis and King Crimson, and its music was quite theatrical and poetic. Its first success in France was the cover of a Jacques Brel song, Ces gens-là, on its second album Le Cimetière des Arlequins. Following Par les fils de Mandrin and the excellent live double album Tome VI, the band issued a mellotron one, Guet-apens, and then had a more rock-oriented change of direction, although various progressive reformations occurred over the years, . for the 1992 album Les larmes du Dalaï-Lama. Sponsored by the French radio RTL, Ange relentlessly toured till the end of 1977, welcoming an average of 5,000 to 6,000 listeners per show