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Michel LouvainEn Harmonie

Label:Rico (3) – Rico 7922
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Pop
Style:Vocal

Tracklist

A1Harmonie4:14
A2Que Feras-tu De Ta Vie3:02
A3Pour Que Tu Me Reviennes2:31
A4Notre Vie3:50
A5Une Chanson Pour Toi2:55
B1Toi Et Moi3:29
B2S'aimer3:50
B3Moi ( Qui N'ai Plus Rien)3:05
B4Le Temps Qu'il Nous Reste3:50
B5Ainsi Soit-il3:31
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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etching): RICO-197933-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etching): RICO-197933-B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
En Harmonie (8-Track Cartridge, Album, Stereo)Rico (3)Rico 8-7922Canada1979
New Submission
En Harmonie (Cassette, Album)Rico (3)4-7922CanadaUnknown

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  • vinyl-honoris-causa's avatar
    This is the 3-rd time I'm writing this comment,don't know for what reason previous ones where removed. This title lp comes with a 16 pages booklet with the front photo the same as the back sleeve photo. Includes B&W pictures and private commercial advertises,actualy the sponsors of the record production. There's also a photo with Margaret Troudeau ,along with M.Louvain...looks like the contributors either have no idea of that extra or they have a serious reason not to submit the full info about this title lp.... by the way, all the info provided by DisKebec is printed on the back sleeve of the record , nothing extra...
    • DisKebec's avatar
      DisKebec
      Some 20 years after his debut long play, Michel Louvain recorded this, his 15th solo album under the musical arrangement and orchestra direction of legendary Montreal jazz bassist Don Habib (formerly with Jerry De Villier Jazz Quartet, Yvan Landry Quartet, etc). ....Habib brings along an impressive supporting cast of musicians......allowing Louvain to stretch out artistically and venture into some more adventurous territory.

      Nick Ayoub (sax, flute), Joe Christie (alto sax, flute), Real Mathieu (trumpet), Jean-Marie Benoit (guitars), Vic Angelilo (bass), Jimmy Tanaka (percussion), Roland Bourque (piano, Rhodes), Richard Provençal (drums), Roger Walls (trumpet), a chorus section as well as a full string section that features Marc Bélanger & Claude Hamel (violins).

      Independently released on the local micro-label Rico (which pressed just 3 LPs, including the obscure progressive "Venant du Meme Rocher" from folk-rock band Orphée), this long out-of-print album has never been re-issued on CD, nor has it been made available digitally.

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