Jaune is an album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1970. Considered an enduring classic of Canadian and Quebec music, the album was named the 71st greatest Canadian album of all time in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums. It was the only francophone album from Quebec named to the list besides the three studio albums by Harmonium
Jean-Pierre Ferland . .Don Pate The Rhythm Rockets - Donny's Boogie. The Greatest DJ - Feel My Passion. Laurence Jones - Soul Swamp River. The Rock Posse - Do You Want My Love (feat. 17 - Marek Grechuta, Dni, ktorych nie znamy.
BPM Profile JeanPierre Ferland. Album starts at 86BPM, ends at 121BPM (+35), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by JeanPierre Ferland. L'amour c'est d'l'ouvrage. Y'a pas deux chansons pareilles.
Jean-Pierre Ferland is a self-titled album by Jean-Pierre Ferland, released in 1980. All songs written by Jean-Pierre Ferland except where noted. Side One. Si Je Savais Jouer du Piano.
Jean-Pierre Ferland is one of the great singer/songwriter Quebec has produced, second only to Félix Leclerc and Gilles Vigneault. First a singer/songwriter in the French tradition of Léo Ferré and Georges Moustaki, he turned to art pop/rock in the early '70s, releasing his most-acclaimed albums (Jaune, 1970; Soleil, 1971). Ferland was the first Quebec singer/songwriter to sing about the woman as a source of eroticism (leaving the housewife prototype behind). At that time he started taking guitar lessons and writing songs. In late 1970, he released Jaune, a brilliant art rock album that redefined the Quebec recording industry; it is Quebec's own Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.