Wézo - Offenbach - Tabarnac (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 04,  · Offenbach were formed in Quebec in by Gerry Boulet, Michael Lamonthe, Jr., and Wezo. The band signed with the independent Barclay label in and released the French album Offenbach Soap Opera. Four years later, A&M provided a record deal and released the band’s self-titled album .
  2. reissue for Record Store Day. Limited to copies on black vinyl. Gatefold cover. Includes 4-page lyrics insert and a download card which includes 30 minutes of bonus material. Track timings per download version. Track A1 listed on insert as "Quoi, Quoi" and B1 as "Teddy (Le Chat)".4/5(6).
  3. Nov 11,  · The album' opening side starts on the Quoi rocker, then on a Hammond orgy of Ether than a lengthy and fiery blues, to finish on another organ-driven rocker. Teddy opens up the side B and offers a sizzling fast-tempoed 8-mins improvised spacey beast, before paying homage to the Quebec town of Granby on Deep Purplish mode.
  4. Jul 13,  · That year they meet with musician, poet and filmmaker Pierre Harel whom they integrated to the band as singer and author, and would then release the soundtrack to his movie "Bulldozer.
  5. Tabarnac is a music studio album recording by OFFENBACH (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(2).
  6. Offenbach discography and songs: Music profile for Offenbach, formed Genres: Blues Rock, Rock, Progressive Rock. Albums include Tabarnac, Soap Opera, and Saint-Chrone de Néant.
  7. Aug 22,  · The first LP came in , "Offenbach Soap Opera" and became one of the first "rock" albums with songs in French coming out of Quebec. a documentary of the band called "Tabarnac.
  8. Apr 01,  · Its first LP, Offenbach Soap opera, included two songs in English, as well as the early classics 'Faut que j'me pousse' and 'Câline de blues'. Its second album, Saint-Chrone de néant, was a recording of a performance of its 'Mass for the Dead' at Saint Joseph's Oratory, Montreal.
  9. OFFENBACH - OFFENBACH. LP (12"/10" Album) · RETURN TO ANALO · 21/04/ · in PSYCHEDELIC / PROGRESSIVE / FOLK. Reissued for the first time on vinyl since , Offenbach's self-titled album reconciled the group with its audience after the failure of 'Never Too Tender'.

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