The wide range of his abilities as a composer, musician (with classical piano training) and producer, is the result of Chris Le Blanc long- term creative work: The Pet Shop Boys appreciated his expertise as an arranger and remixer in the pop music field as well as Emilio Estefan, Thea Austin (Snap), Haddaway and Maggie Reilly (Mike Oldfield).
Le Blanc’s strong sense of acoustic images derives from his life on the island IBIZA and the associated impressions: A multicultural way of life, untouched nature, personal experiences enriched with the essence of Buddhist philosophy. The result is an album that lets you sense the complexity of life as its sound of the island. The names of artistic supporters read like the international “Who’s Who” of the scene.
Kami wrote and spoke the French lyrics to the opening track The Eyes of Revelation.
Rhonda Bellamy (Las Vegas) lent her voice to Stardust Into Men. None other than Pat Lawson interprets the title track Beyond The Sunsets. In addition, the recordings were assisted by Ibizan icon Miss Luna, Mel T. Waters from New York, Sangre De La Tierra from Barcelona, the Brazilian singer Lisa de Anbrande and world-class musicians such as Raoul Walton on bass and Wolfgang Haffner on drums – thus, creating the musical equivalent of a literary work by which Le Blanc was very inspired: Nada Brahma – The World is Sound by Joachim Ernst Berendt.
Just as the renowned music journalist and producer claims: the ear is the gateway to the soul. This also holds true for Le Blanc. Prose is an impulse to a musical journey into the land of imagination. A successful meeting point between tradition and modernism.
His album Beyond The Sunsets – Music for the senses, the perfect soundtrack from sunrise to sunset, from the first to the very last track – 100 percent worth listening to and 100 percent relaxation.