Jean-Pierre Ferland - Le Showbusiness album FLAC
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Soleil (also known merely as Jean-Pierre Ferland) is an album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1971. It is a double album with as many as 14 songs. Guitarist David Spinozza is featured on the album, he has played on Jean-Pierre Ferland in 1970 on his previous album Jaune, and he who would also play with Paul McCartney on his album Ram in 1971. All tracks written and composed by Jean-Pierre Ferland and Paul Baillargeon, except "Sœur Marie" by Ferland, Baillargeon and David Spinozza.
Je le Sais" alternates between sweet and sour moods represented by 3/4 and 2/2 time signatures. More importantly, "L'Assassin Mondain" and "Le Cauchemar" pair a monologue with a very dark song derived from Félix Leclerc's "La Chanson du Pharmacien," a piece where atmosphere wins over melody. The piano is texturally atonal, the lyrics jump over Parisian French and a more French-Canadian idiom, revealing Ferland's origins for the first and only time
Jaune is an album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1970. Considered an enduring classic of Canadian and Quebec music, the album was named the 71st greatest Canadian album of all time in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums. It was the only francophone album from Quebec named to the list besides the three studio albums by Harmonium. Le Chat du café des artistes" was covered by Charlotte Gainsbourg on her 2010 album IRM. American musicians, guitarist David Spinozza, bassist Tony Levin & drummer Jim Young played on this album. In 2018, the album won the Polaris Heritage Prize Jury Award in the 1960-1975 category. Jean-Pierre Ferland (album). Jean-Pierre Ferland is a self-titled album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1980.
Jean-Pierre Ferland's wax sculpture at Musée Grévin Montreal. Shortly after, he began taking guitar lessons with Stephen Fentock and began to fall in love with music, writing his first musical pieces. After two years of work with Radio-Canada, in February 1958, he began recording the first songs that would eventually comprise his first album Jean-Pierre. However, it was not until 1961 that he became known to the public, with the release of his second album, Rendez-vous à La Coda. In 2005, Jean-Pierre Ferland was honoured by the AV Trust of Canada for the album Jaune with collaboration of Michael Georges. In 1999, Ferland was the recipient of the National Achievement Award at the annual SOCAN Awards held in Montreal.
Album · 1971 · 14 Songs. Au fond des choses le soleil emmène au soleil. Une fois deux, tome 2 : Le showbusiness, La pleine lune.
|A3||Maman Ton Fils Passe Un Mauvais Moment||3:05|
|A4||Swignez Votre Compagnie||3:25|
|A5||Une Peine D'amour||2:57|
|B2||Le Système Métrique||3:05|
|B3||Une Femme Extraordinaire||3:08|
|B5||La Soucoupe Volante||2:30|
|80 558||J.P Ferland*||Le Showbusiness (LP, Album)||Barclay||80 558||France||1975|
|80 558||J.P Ferland*||Le Showbusiness (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Barclay||80 558||France||1975|
|PJC-1013-1||Jean-Pierre Ferland||Le Showbusiness (CD, Album, RE)||Gestion Son Image, Jaune||PJC-1013-1||Canada||Unknown|
|80208, 80208Y||J.P Ferland*||Le Showbusiness (LP, Album)||Barclay, Barclay||80208, 80208Y||Canada||1974|