9 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first outing from Québécois trio Harmonium revealed the group as a Canadian answer to the ’70s L.A. folk-rock scene, with songs full of gentle vibes, bright acoustic guitar textures, and artful composition. Serge Fiori’s sweet, airborne vocals lead the trio through warm, welcoming, relatively spare arrangements, but their artistic side emerges in moments like the flights of fretboard fancy on “Aujourd Hui Je Dis Bonjour a la Vie” and the seven-minute, suite-like “Un Musicien Parmi Tant D Autres.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first outing from Québécois trio Harmonium revealed the group as a Canadian answer to the ’70s L.A. folk-rock scene, with songs full of gentle vibes, bright acoustic guitar textures, and artful composition. Serge Fiori’s sweet, airborne vocals lead the trio through warm, welcoming, relatively spare arrangements, but their artistic side emerges in moments like the flights of fretboard fancy on “Aujourd Hui Je Dis Bonjour a la Vie” and the seven-minute, suite-like “Un Musicien Parmi Tant D Autres.”

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