french canadian music

r.banana
#1
i like jean leloup.
wut else is good?
 
missile
#2
Older groups like Corbeau,The Box, and Harmonium are very good.
 
Gonzo
#3
I like Michel Pagliaro. "Loving you aint easy", "Some sing, some dance", "Rainshowers" are my favourites of his.
 
cub1c
#4
You guys should really look at the new sensation in Québec right now.

Dumas
A very talented 23 years old auteur-compositeur-interprete, from Québec. You may have heard about him at the Junos where he won for a soundtrack of Les Aimants.

He is also kind enough to release 3 songs of his latest album on his website for free. I bought his album and really suggest you try it too!

Dumas's website: http://www.dumasmusique.com

Take a look at his videos too:
http://www.dromadaire.com/steve_dumas/videos
 
HockeyBabe
#5
I still love Céline Dion. Plus, she lives nice and close to me too. It's like, she moved from my boyfriend's hometown (Québec) to mine! My mother is a real estate agent and she looked up her Las Vegas house on MLX. It's really nice!!
 
missile
#6
I never met anyone who admitted to liking her-until now!
 
Gonzo
#7
Well, if hockey babe live in Vegas, she can catch her anytime she wants. Personally, I'd go mad. But thats just me.
 
HockeyBabe
#8
yeah, I do love Céline...and damn proud! lol jk and sadly, I do live in vegas stupid stupid STUPID country!!! I want Canada!! *clears throat* ok, I'm good.
 
Gonzo
#9
There are some places in the US that are nice, but Vegas isn't one of them (for me anyway). Nothing beats Canada though.
Corey Hart is from Montreal. Does that count as french Canadian music? I used to like him (when I was very young, around 7). Sunglasses at Night was a cool song.
 
cub1c
#10
Quote:

Corey Hart is from Montreal. Does that count as french Canadian music?

Nope
 
Gonzo
#11
Darn.
 
Andem
#12
Projet Orange is Quebecois music. I have a couple of their English songs, but none of the French stuff yet.
 
cub1c
#13
Projet Orange had no choice to sing in English so they can be known, it is sad.
 
HockeyBabe
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Gonzo

There are some places in the US that are nice, but Vegas isn't one of them (for me anyway). Nothing beats Canada though.
Corey Hart is from Montreal. Does that count as french Canadian music? I used to like him (when I was very young, around 7). Sunglasses at Night was a cool song.

yeah, but only the states up north, because they learn their manner from Canada. but then, Utah and Colorado are pretty nice too...well I haven't been to very many states to know, but I don't care! the damn country sucks!! lol
 
missile
#15
I've got to put a plug in for my favourite French performer..Daniel Langlois. Not only a world famous producer of bands like U2,but an amazing singer ,songwriter and musician on his own.If you ever get the opportunity to buy any of his 3 recordings,do so!
 
Laika
#16
Who does that song "Liberate Us From The Liberals"? (Except in French) That song rocks!!

Does anyone know if and where I can download it? I've told my friend about it, but he hasn't heard it yet.
 
Numure
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by missile

I've got to put a plug in for my favourite French performer..Daniel Langlois. Not only a world famous producer of bands like U2,but an amazing singer ,songwriter and musician on his own.If you ever get the opportunity to buy any of his 3 recordings,do so!

He wrote the song for Les Tripplette de Belleville. Awsome dude!

I loved his techno stuff he did awhile back.
 
Numure
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Laika

Who does that song "Liberate Us From The Liberals"? (Except in French) That song rocks!!

Does anyone know if and where I can download it? I've told my friend about it, but he hasn't heard it yet.

Loco Locas. They are a left wing group that sing about social causes. They are also one of the biggest groups supporting seperatism at this moment. Them and Les Cowboys Fringuant. One of my favorites.
 
Cathou
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by Numure

He wrote the song for Les Tripplette de Belleville. Awsome dude!

isnt benoit charest that wrote that ?
 
Laika
#20
Thanks, Numure!

I found a link to the song at Loco Locass' website. I had to use Google to badly translate for me; the comedic value alone was worth the effort, hehe!

Anyway, here's a link to the song:

http://www.locolocass.net/nouvelles/content/view/27/43/
 
Numure
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by Cathou

Quote: Originally Posted by Numure

He wrote the song for Les Tripplette de Belleville. Awsome dude!

isnt benoit charest that wrote that ?

I think you might be right.
 
Numure
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by Laika

Thanks, Numure!

I found a link to the song at Loco Locass' website. I had to use Google to badly translate for me; the comedic value alone was worth the effort, hehe!

Anyway, here's a link to the song:

http://www.locolocass.net/nouvelles/content/view/27/43/

If you like that, you should look up ;

Les Cowboys Fringuants - La Manifestation
Les Cowboys Fringuants - Mon pays
 
Robbin
#23
Dumas!

Oui, meme moi, je na sais pas....la la la la
 

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