On one hand, there are the territory roots, anchored in the ground and sculpted by men. On the other hand, there are the leaves taken away by the wind beyond the frontiers. Between, in this space mixing local tradition and foreign trance, where past and present are merging, there is the music of La Machine. An unquestionably innovating music even though it is indifferent to fashion and disqualified from the permanent run for novelty. From stage to practice, from tour to Residence, every member discusses the outlook of the band. This film immerses us into the backstage of this music'arbre tribal project which disrupts the efficient, usual and apparently timeless mechanical assembly.
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Julien Barbances (song, bagpipe, violin)
Jean-Laurent Cayzac (contrabass, cello, chorus)
Gregory Jolivet (hurdy gurdy, chorus)
Marc Riou (percussion, chorus)
|Title||Les rouages du temps|
|Number of discs||1|
|Format||Couleur - Pal - 4:3|
|Production||S. Berthet - Le Grand Barbichon Prod|
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