Québec Love (CD, Album, RE). Unidisc. Québec Love (Cass, Album, dol). The title is Quebeclove on the back solely because the character used didn't give more space, when the record was criticised in the variety pages of Canada or France, it was always "Quebec love" as the first song of the second side. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 22 For Sale from €. 2.
Folk Rock Robert Charlebois. Band Name Robert Charlebois. Album Name Québec Love. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1.
Album · 1971 · 18 Songs. Robert Charlebois & Louise Forestier. Le lour passé de Plume Latraverse, Vol. I.
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.
Robert Charlebois - Québec Love, 02:50, . MB download mp3 full version here. Download Robert Charlebois - Québec Love. L'histoire de robert charlebois: Best 2 songs. Robert Charlebois - Marie-Noël 02:29. Robert Charlebois - Dolorès 04:41. Album: L'histoire de robert charlebois. Robert Charlebois: best 2 tracks. Robert Charlebois - Normale Un gars ben ordinaire, 1970 05:13. Robert Charlebois - Lindberg Québec Love: la collection, 1971 05:26. Artist: 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.
Quebec Love: la Collection. Québec Love: la collection. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album is a compilation of early Charlebois recordings (1967-1971). As such, if you are a fan of Robert than the album will fill in as history. However, I prefer later versions of songs like Lindberg as Charlebois' voice matures.
Robert Charlebois, OC, OQ (born June 25, 1944) is a Québecois author, composer, musician, performer and actor. Charlebois was born in Montreal, Quebec. Among his best known songs are Lindberg (the duo with Louise Forestier in particular), Ordinaire, Les Ailes d'un Ange and Je reviendrai à Montréal. His lyrics, often written in joual, are funny, relying upon plays on words. He won the Sopot International Song Festival in 1970.
|Les Ailes D'Un Ange||4:04|
|Broche De Bécik||4:27|
|Sûrement Hong Kong||2:16|
|La Fin Du Monde||4:15|
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|GS-136||Robert Charlebois||Quebeclove (LP, Album)||Gamma||GS-136||France||1969|
|GCA-136||Robert Charlebois||Québec Love (Cass)||Gamma||GCA-136||Canada||1969|
|GCA-136||Robert Charlebois||Québec Love (Cass, Album, dol)||Gamma||GCA-136||Canada||1973|
|GS 136||Robert Charlebois||Québec Love (LP, Album, RE)||Gamma||GS 136||Canada||1976|
|GCD-278||Robert Charlebois||Québec Love (CD, Album, RE)||Gamma||GCD-278||Canada||1991|
|22-136||Robert Charlebois||Quebeclove (LP, Album, RE)||Gamma||22-136||France||Unknown|
|22-136, 22.136||Robert Charlebois||Quebeclove (LP, Album, RE)||Gamma, Gamma||22-136, 22.136||France||Unknown|
|AGEK-2212||Robert Charlebois||Québec Love (CD, Album, RE)||Unidisc||AGEK-2212||Canada||Unknown|