Bof ! Anatomie d’un Livreur, just like Themroc is an unusual movie by Claude Faraldo. It tells the story of a delivery man, his wife, his father and a couple of friends who decide to live as a commune, outside of the usual rules of society. That includes sharing everything, and I mean everything. The whole thing made at the time for a shocking, taboo-breaking experience. In how many movies did you see a son pushing his beautiful young wife in the arms of his father?
Excellent addition to any rock music collection
4.5 stars really!!!!
Having recently shocked and awed the JR/F world with two amazing albums (Hymn To The seventh Galaxy and Romantic Warrior), Return To Forever was riding high on the wave it had created, riding on Corea and DiMeola's incredibly fast playing, displaying a monstrous but cold virtuosity that would eventually have a lot of fans grinding their teeth. ADM's debut solo album was another monster that would enthral fans around the world. This writer bought the album within the month it came out, well before he would indulge in Nucleus of Liles' start of the decade masterpieces, so for a few years, this album represented what jazz-rock was all about. Although called a solo album, you'd swear this could yet another RTF album as all of the RTF members appears at one point or another on this album. Musically speaking, this album is a bit schizophrenic, as 2/3 pf it is pure jazz rock, while the last third is more eclectic, from Classical too.