Documentaire sur les fondateurs du rock Québecois lors de leur sejour en France en 1973-74. On y voit la creation de l'album Tabarnac et la naissance de grands classiques du groupe comme: '... See full summary »

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José Artur ... Himself
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Johnny Gravel ... Himself with Offenbach
Michel Lamothe ... Willy with Offenbach
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Documentaire sur les fondateurs du rock Québecois lors de leur sejour en France en 1973-74. On y voit la creation de l'album Tabarnac et la naissance de grands classiques du groupe comme: 'Ma patrie est à terre', 'Québec rock', 'Promenade sur mars', et leur excellente reprise de 'L'hymne à l'amour'.

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26 February 1975 (France)  »

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Concerto Pop  »

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Wezo is the man!
4 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

I have to say, I'm a huge fan of that period of Offenbach. Pierre Harel, who wrote some amazing song lyrics, was not a singer anymore from that point on (with Offenbach). But I have to say, he sang killer tracks on the 1st Corbeau album ('79). This is, to me, the very beginning of what would become a huge band in Quebec. To see those young men, playing live shows, drinking, rehearsing, drinking, tripping, and drinking again, is always fun to witness...well, not for two hours every time, but some passages are very fun. Johnny is very quiet, Gerry is the natural front man, Willie is very up front too, but Wezo is the coolest. He just looks like he doesn't take all that circus too seriously, except when it's time to play on his drum kit. We even see him french-kissing Francoise Faraldo, who later became Gerry's wife! Two years after they came back to Quebec, they recorded a television show (Le Jardin des Etoiles), and that ROCKS! I guess they had to go through Europe and the adventure of Tabarnac to find there unique sound...Mostly for the hardcore fans of the band, and for the curious ones, if you wanna see what goes on back-stage...and in their house! Don't forget the perfect companion, a pack of Labatt 50


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