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SKU: 016137


Impressive jazz–rock–fusion with progressive, funk, afro–caribbean and Zeuhl elements courtesy of multi–cultural French band SYNCHRO, featuring an impressive cast of French, African, Afroamerican, Antillean and Martiniquens musicians: drummer Steve McCall (AIR, CECIL TAYLOR), sax player Jo Maka (INTERCOMMUNAL FREE DANCE MUSIC ORCHESTRA), violinist Jean–Yves Rigaud (ZAO), electric guitar player Gerard Curbillon (SPEED LIMIT), pianist Georges–Edouard Nouel (NOEL Mc GHIE & SPACE SPIES), bass player Louis Xavier (LADJA).
Synchro was iniatilly created by legendary drummer Eddy Gaumont but after his unexpected death, Louis Xavier took the control. Soon after, they recorded a couple of albums for French label Moshé–Naïm, created by the famous patron of the arts of the same name. “Lambi” was released in 1972 housed in a beautiful gatefold cover, featuring liner notes by jazz critic Maurice Cullaz and BYG’s Pierre Lattés.
Here, you’ll find Zeuhl grooves a la Magma–ZAO–Soft Machinhe (“Rigibo”), jazz–funk–breaks galore (“ABCD”), afro–latin–jazz (“Pasto”, “Rete”); library jazz funk (“El Gason”) and outstanding jazz–rock–prog.
Here’s the first ever vinyl reissue, expanded to a double album including some essential bonus tracks taken from the recording sessions.