Robert Charlebois' second album timidly begins to move outside of the French singer/songwriter style that marked his first years. Arranger and bandleader François Cousineau respects the jazz feel established by Paul de Margerie on the first album. Les Ouaouarons," "Ta Chambre," and "Monument National" follow the Jacques Brel-Félix Leclerc tradition and are mostly inconsequential . Like his first album, Robert Charlebois, Vol. 2 has little to offer to the casual fan, especially since none of these songs would survive in the singer's repertoire. Only completists or fans of French chanson will want this album, which is badly recorded (and badly remastered for the CD reissue).
Album Name Robert Charlebois. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. 50 000 000 d'Hommes. 2. Les Années Folles. 3. Complainte de Presqu'Amérique.
Robert Charlebois’ musical world is an incredible source of treasures, in several genres, throughout the course of a career that has reached the half-century mark. Any good vinyl hunter on the planet knows the value and importance of Charlebois. Music lovers under 40 have discovered Charlebois by going through their parents’ vinyl collections. Used LPs, scratched and dusty, holding true gems that begged to come out and play. The idea of a remix album came from Montreal-based tistic director/DJ Poirier. The project eventually got set in motion, and Poirier took its helm as artistic director and executive producer. He also applied his magic to a handful of tracks.
Album · 1967 · 10 Songs. Robert Charlebois Robert Charlebois.
Lindberg is an album by Robert Charlebois and Louise Forestier, released in 1968. The album was originally released as Robert Charlebois avec Louise Forestier, but came to be better known as Lindberg after its most famous and influential song.
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|Halloween In Hollywood||3:33|
|61718||Robert Charlebois||The Greatest Idea (7", Single)||Barclay||61718||France||Unknown|
|30014||Robert Charlebois||The Greatest Idea (7", Single)||Barclay||30014||Canada||1972|