Orchestra Henri Seroka “Electronic & Symphonic Dreams”

Orchestra Henri Seroka “Electronic & Symphonic Dreams”

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Orchestra Henri Seroka
Electronic & Symphonic Dreams
Hanza (Germany) 1984
206104-241 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(Some side/corner wear)
media : EX/EX(a slight dust noise)

This is an electronic music work released in 1984 by Henri Seroka, a Belgian composer who has been active as a singer since the early 1970s. Although digital synthesizers were being introduced at that time, the sound of this album seems to be made by analog synthesizers, and it has solemn synthesizer music and synth pop, which seems to be influenced by Jean Michel Jarre of France and Vangelis of Greece. side A is all synthesizer electronic music with a popcorn-like disco sound, side B is orchestral music, and side C is synthesizer pop music. Side B is an easy listening sound featuring an orchestra. The style is classical or old school, but the synths sound very good. (Chee)

A2: En Ville
A8: Le Rythme Au Corps

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