Editors' Notes One of French-speaking Canada's most iconic singer/songwriters, Paul Piché began his career in the ‘70s as a politically engaged folk musician whose lyrics evoked James Taylor as much as Jacques Brel. Singing in a warm, approachable voice, Piché expressed everyman concerns and a fervent yearning for Quebec sovereignty. He gradually replaced fiddles and accordions with fuller instrumentation and occasional electronics, and his later albums contain increasingly mature ruminations on love, family, environmentalism, and the ephemeral nature of existence.

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