Offenbach - Bulldozer

"Who in 1973 would have thought that the recordings on the just-released soundtrack was the genesis of one of Quebec's favorite bands as we know it? In fact, this album (one of the least promoted of Offenbach's discography, with none of its tracks available on CD until now) dates back to 1970, when band manager Lucien MÈnard orchestrates their fateful meeting with poet/musician/songwriter Pierre Harel, who was also working with MÈnard on a new film: "Bulldozer". Harel proposes that the group records the film's soundtrack, and writes the band's first French lyrics. The result is an album that often demonstrates the young Offenbach's progressive tendencies, with completely different versions of the classic songs "Bulldozer", "C‚line de doux blues" and "Faut que j'me pousse". Essential for dyed-in-the-wool Offenbach fans!"
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