HARMONIUM

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Lead vocalist and guitarist Serge Fiori met Michel Normandeau (vocals and guitar) in a theatre music meeting on November 1972. Later on in 1973 they met bassist Louis Valois and became Harmonium. In November 1973 the group performed their first air play on CHOM-FM. They played 3 tracks: "Pour un instant", "Un musicien parmi tant d'autres", and "Un refrain parmi tant d'autres". The first 2 songs were demos at the time and were later recorded professionally to be put on their first album.

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Harmonium - Les Cinq Saisons: buy CD, Album, RE at Discogs Progressive Rock, Music Games, Folk Rock, Radio Channels, Vinyl Junkies, Geek Squad, Tv On The Radio, Tv Radio, Music Albums

1975 Si on avait besoin d'une cinquième saison (If We Needed a Fifth Season), also known as Les Cinq Saisons (The Five Seasons), is the second album by Quebec band Harmonium, released in '75. The album marked a departure from the folk rock sound of the band's self-titled debut album towards a unique progressive rock sound, and also marked the growth of the band, as members Serge Fiori, Michel Normandeau and Louis Valois were joined by Pierre Daigneault and Serge Locat.

Harmonium En Tournée is a live album by Harmonium, consisting of a live performance of the studio album L'Heptade, recorded live in Vancouver, Soundtrack, Album Covers, Christmas Ornaments, Holiday Decor, Lp, Vancouver, Rock, Studio, Collection

Harmonium En Tournée is a live album by Harmonium, consisting of a live performance of the studio album L'Heptade, recorded live in Vancouver, 1977.

Harmonium biography This Quebec-based Progressive rock band, who sang in French, has a very apt name in HARMONIUM. The core was a folk trio formed by guitari. Music Songs, My Music, Music Videos, Rock N Folk, Folk Bands, Easy Guitar, Simple Guitar, Progressive Rock, Latest Albums

1974 'Harmonium' was the eponymous debut album by Québécois band Harmonium released in 1974. It was their most folk driven album, and features the song that made them famous "Pour un instant". It features nowhere near as exotic instrumentation as on their later albums, mostly sticking to simple guitar and bass arrangements, with occurrences of drums on a few songs.

1976 'L'Heptade' is the third and final album from Harmonium. It was released as a double-LP in 1976 and is considered by some critics to be one of the most important Québécois albums in popular music. Top 10 Music, Vinyl Junkies, Guitar Solo, Progressive Rock, He Day, Cover Pics, Popular Music, Music Albums, Rock Music

1976 'L'Heptade' is the third and final album from Harmonium. It was released as a double-LP in 1976 and is considered by some critics to be one of the most important Québécois albums in popular music.