Harmonium - Si On Avait Besoin d'une Cinquieme Saison

Harmonium - Si On Avait Besoin d'une Cinquieme Saison
Release date:1975
Genre: Progressive Rock
"Harmonium" was a Quebec-based French-Canadian Progressive Rock band formed in 1972 in Montreal. The core was by singer/songwriter Serge Fiori, Michel Normandeau , and bassist Louis Valois.
Their career was short (five years) and they released three studio albums in the mid-Seventies and a posthumous live album.
"Si on avait besoin d'une cinquième saison" is the second album of the band released in 1975.
By their album, they were very much a cross between a symphonic rock band and a folk band an interesting combination which you can hear most clearly on the 20-minute "Histoires Sans Paroles".
This concept album features no drums, but uses Martenot waves as an added bonus.
  1. Vert
  2. Dixie
  3. Depuis L'Automne
  4. En Pleine Face
  5. Histoires Sans Paroles
  • Serge Fiori – Guitar, Lead Vocals
  • Michel Normandeau – Guitar, Vocals
  • Louis Valois – Bass, Electric Piano
  • Pierre Daigneault – Flutes, Clarinets
  • Serge Locat – Keyboards


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