Artist/ Band: Jelly Fiche
Title: Tout ce que j’ai revé
Label: Unicorn Digital
Year of Release: 2008
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The Review:

Jelly Fiche are from Quebec and in 2008 they released Tout ce que J’ai revé (translated into English is "Everything I Have Dreamed.") The band is a trio and consists of Syd (bass, lead and backing vocals), Eric Plante (keys, saxophones, programming) and Jean-Francois Arsenault (acoustic and electric guitars, backing vocals). This band sings in their native tongue and flow rather nicely.

Their main influence has to be Pink Floyd (Dark side onward) and before I continue, they aren’t another of the many clones out there. This is strongly evident especially on the two epic tracks, "Les arbres" and "La cage des vautours /Liberte", which I can count as some of the highlights of the album along with the opening title track.

This is another amazing progressive rock contribution from Unicorn Digital as well as Quebec. With my limited knowledge of French-Canadian progressive rock, I will rank this right up there with the best the country has offered so far.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on February 3rd, 2009


01. Tout ce que j’ai revé
02. Les Arbres
03. Caché au Fond plus Haut
04. Source Infinie
05. In Vitro
06. Dans la Peau d’un Autre I
07. Dans la Peau d’un Autre II
08. La Fontaine
09. La Cage des Vautours / Liberté

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