Lasting Weep - 1969-1971

This is a nicely done, charming, period-piece release that has quite good sound considering the unreleased nature and age of the materials. Most people were not even aware of this band's existence!

"Maneige fans are in for quite a treat with these long awaited and highly anticipated unreleased gems! Lasting Weep, formed in 1968, was Maneige’s predecessor band comprising a very young Alain B0ergeron and Jérome Langlois, joined by drummer Mathieu Léger (later with L'Orchestre Sympathique) and bassist Claude Chapleau (later with Zak). This quartet of talented young musicians was well ahead of its time and began with a sound similar to that of Jethro Tull. This compilation covers the best material from the years 1969 to 1971, tracking the evolution of Lasting Weep until it became Maneige in 1972. Eight studio recordings are augmented by two live tracks, totaling 75 minutes of music!"
  • LabelProgQuebec
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