INDELSPEEN is dead now. But the two founders are still alive and kicking: with Thierry Sportouche (ANOXIE's lyricist), they formed SILVER LINING in 1998. Pascal Indelicato, the main composer, is specialised in symphonic orchestration; he wrote several works among which "Resurgence" which blends synths with classical music. He thus played several tracks for a symphonic orchestra live.
He is a sound ingeneer and has a recording studio ("Music Labo"). He produced SILVER LINING's album there. The band now features Michel Mourachko (bass), Annie Morel (violin) and Alain Descombe (drums). The band played as guest at the Ange concert in Vesoul (700 persons), in Lyon with Cortiane (200 persons) and with Exsimio (an outfit from Chile). They recorded a limited edition EP (4 songs) for that occasion.
In March 2003, Alain Descombe (drums) leaves the band. In April 2003, Michel Faure (ex-CRESUDI) replaces him. In April 2004, Musea releases "The Inner Dragon", SILVER LINING's debut album. It's a concept album with fantasy lyrics and strong symphonic touches (the violin parts).
The album includes twelve tracks including "Lovestalgia", "Opaline", "The Morning Dew", "Castaways", "Fall" and "The Inner Dragon". In September 2005, David Pelade (drums) rejoins Silver Lining. The band plays as guest at the Ange concert in Lyon in October. -- www.progarchives.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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