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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.


Born: June 24, 1934

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

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). His inspiration watered down in the late '70s, so he turned to television work. After some time out of the spotlight, he came back to music in the mid -'90s, releasing the career-crowning...
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