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Robert Charlebois, Rock Libre Du Québec - Tout Écartillé flac album

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Performer: Robert Charlebois
Title: Tout Écartillé
Released: 1969
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Folk Rock Robert Charlebois. 9. Sûrement Hong Kong. Other productions from Robert Charlebois.

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Robert Charlebois' follow-up to his groundbreaking 1968 psychedelic rock album Robert Charlebois/Louise Forestier, Québec Love was less extreme musically, as the singer/songwriter was finding a compromise between his folk influences and the American psychedelic movement. Most of the songs' lyrics were written by Marcel Sabourin and are, for the most part, incomprehensible even for native Québecers. His surrealistic imagery and hermetic puns give the music an almost pataphysical aura.

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Robert Charlebois is one of the most enduring figures in Quebec rock history and surely has been the most influential during his career which spans five decades. During this time he started as a folk singer, shocked Quebec by turning to an extreme psychedelic rocker, came back to a singer/songwriter credo, and evolved as time went by into an adult pop/rock star. Robert Charlebois and Solidaritude are monuments of Quebec rock history. His association with lyricists Mouffe and Réjean Ducharme (an enigmatic Quebec novelist who was once suspected to be none other than Charlebois himself) supplied his best songs of the '70s, including "Avril sur Mars" and "Je Reviendrai à Montréal. By the end of the decade, he fell into a rut. Meaningful songs in French had little exposure on Quebec airwaves at the time.