||Joue Free |
Bernard Falaise albums Track Listing of songs: Vol De Nuit; La Lune À Niveau; Arlequinade; Harpe D'Herbes; L'Alchimiste Et L'Enlumineur; Musique De Lait;
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||Living Road CD (2003)
Bernard Falaise discography Everyone knows that when you release your debut album, consisting of an assortment of sophisticated and worldly numbers performed in Spanish, and that album goes on to make a far bigger splash worldwide than anyone expected, ...
||Vue CD (2005) |
Bernard Falaise albums Track Listing of songs: Hors-d'Oeuvre; Peril en la Demeure; Hebdromadaire; Transport; Promenade Solidaire; Serie B; 11 H 16; Pile Ou Face; Qui Est a l'Appareil?; Poursuite Impossible; Suite La Semaine Prochaine, La; Digestif;
||Orbiting With Screwdrivers CD |
Bernard Falaise discography Mecha Fixes Clock may very well replace Bruire as Michel F. Côté's best project, and Orbiting with Screwdrivers is without a doubt the man's strongest release since Bruire's L'Ame de l'objet, a longtime ago. Between the ...
||Nocturno CD (2008) |
Bernard Falaise albums Arranger: Charles Papasoff.
Personnel: Olaf Gundel (guitar, piano); Bia Krieger, Simon Godin, Yves Desrosiers, Bernard Falaise (guitar); Francis Covan (accordion); Pierre Emmanuel Poizat, Guillaume Bourque, Jean-Sébastien Leblanc (clarinet, bass clarinet); Charles Papasoff (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Andre ...
||Avanti! CD (2009) |
Bernard Falaise CD discography Track Listing of songs: Envoutement [Bewitchment]; Bolide Debile [Dare Devil]; Roche [Meeting Point], La; Ecart-Type; A Determiner [To Be Determined]; Avanti!; Reveille-Matin [Shadow of the Alarm Clock];
||Mekano CD (2001) |
Bernard Falaise music CDs Since their first LP, Rencontres (1985), the Montreal group Miriodor has evolved from a Univers Zero-influenced rock-in-opposition outfit to an exciting, entertaining, and downright clownish avant-prog band. This incarnation of Miriodor is a quartet. Longtime members ...
||Quasar CD (2005) |
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||Entomologie CD (2005) |
Bernard Falaise CD discography Unknown Contributor Role: Marc Leduc.
Personnel: Yukari Cousineau (alto); Bernard Falaise (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Claude Fradette (slide guitar); Nathalie Bonin (violin); Dr. Julie Trudeau (cello); Jonatan Audet (piano, organ); Pierre Tanguay (drums).
Audio Mixer: Robert Langlois.
||Cobra Fakir CD (2013) |
Bernard Falaise music CDs Montreal avant-proggers Miriodor begin the leadoff track of Cobra Fakir, their 2013 Cuneiform album, with arpeggiated acoustic guitar from Bernard Falaise; it's a somewhat surprising turn from the electric guitar master, and "La Roue" is not ...
||Tombola Rasa CD (2001) |
Bernard Falaise songs Sometimes an artist makes contradictory moves; sometimes it simply doesn't matter. By 2001, René Lussier got tired of life within Ambiances Magnétiques. His experimentations of the last few years had been only mildly successful from an ...
||Parade + Live at NEARfest CDs (2005) |
Bernard Falaise CD discography Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Pyramide; Scarabee; Caramba!; Uppsala; Tartine; Contrees Liquides; Polar; Doite a Surprises; Checkpoint Charlie; Talrika; Le Cruciverbiste; Gavotte Chetive; Bonsai Givre; Boite a Rebuts; Preparatifs de Vacances; Foret Dense; DISC 2: La Celebre ...
||Jongleries Elastiques CD (1996) |
Jean-Denis Lecasseur (flute); Ivanhoe Jolicoeur (trumpet); Claude Saint-Jean (trombone); James Darling (violincelle).
On this, Miriodor's most successful Cuneiform Records CD until the release of the even stronger Mekano in 2001, the Montreal avant-rockers present music of often ...
||«dis, Blaise…» Chanson Du Transsibérien |
It takes so long for Pierre Cartier to complete a project, but it is worth the wait. After a song cycle on poems by Yves Bonnefoy, he surpassed himself with Dis, Blaise... Chanson du Transsibérien. This work is a setting of Blaise Cendrars' 1913 poem Prose du Transsibérien et de la Petite Jehanne de France (The Prose of the Trans-Siberian and of Little Jehanne of France). Written in a very advanced form of free verse, it depicts the journey by train of a teenager from Moscow to Siberia. Dark and desperate, the poem seems to have foretold the first World War and the impact it ...