Monday, 8 March 2021

Éternité - Les Chants De L'Éternité (1977)

 

The one and only album from this band from Canada.

The band was Michel Le Francois on clavinet, piano, keyboards, synths and guitars + Claude Peloquin on vocals.

They got help from numerous other musicians who contributed with drums, percussion, bass, synths, organ, saxophones and vocals.

This band comes from the French speaking part of Canada, the Quebec region.

This album is a very obscure album but it was released through the biggest record label in the world that time; Polydor. It is doubtful this album got a world wide release and marketing.

The music is guitars and vocal harmonies driven symphonic prog in the vein of a rock opera. Jesus Christ Superstar and Hair the musicals springs to mind.

There are some unearthly good female vocals here and some decent music. This album has not aged that well as it has this early 1970s naive feel.

This is a decent album but nothing more than that.

2 points




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