Editors’ Notes Feeling something blowin' in the wind, this popular Québécois crooner made a defiant art-rock move with his brilliant 1970 song cycle. Combining orchestra and choir with rock instruments—meet future King Crimson bassist Tony Levin—Ferland takes listeners on a self-referential, Sgt. Pepper's-like, prologue-to-epilogue journey through love, sex, and death. He may have shocked his audience with the outrageous "God Is an American," but scrumptiously arranged gems like "Le chat du café des artistes" and "Le petit roi" have become Canadian standards.
Le petit roi
Quand on aime on a toujours vingt ans
God Is an American
Le chat du café des artistes
Y'a des jours
Ce qu'on dit quand on tient une femme dans ses bras
It Ain't Fair
11 Songs, 35 Minutes
January 1, 1970
℗ Avenue Éditorial et Les Éditions Renlec (licence exclusive Audiogram)
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