Editors' Notes On their second album, Harmonium expanded both physically and musically—gaining a keyboardist and a flautist/clarinetist/saxophonist, and shifting from a stripped-down, folk-rock feel to a more prog rock-influenced approach. The heart of the band’s sound is still Serge Fiori’s crystalline vocals and his and Michel Normandeau’s acoustic guitar playing. At times, though, things dip into magical, Moody Blues-like realms with airy flute lines and pseudo-symphonic keyboards, as dreamy acoustic reveries like “En Pleine Face” share space with complex art-rock epic “Histoires Sans Paroles.”

SONG
Vert
1
5:34
 
Dixie
2
3:26
 
Depuis L Automne
3
10:25
 
En Pleine Face
4
4:50
 
Histoires Sans Paroles
5
17:12
 

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