Marjo – Celle Qui Va [1986]

hhrthCountry Canada

Style Melodic Rock/AOR/Rock

Rating 84/100

Band Members Marjo – Vocals, Paul Grondin – Bass,backing vocals, Jean Millaire – Guitar,percussion, Serge Gratton – Drums,percussion, Pascal Mailloux – Keyboards,backing vocals

Tracks 01. Impoesie (3:33), 02. Sans Toit Ni Loi (4:10), 03. Chats Sauvages (4:25), 04. Amoureuse (4:32), 05. Ouverture (2:00), 06. Seme La Vie (4:23), 07. Frozen Chill (4:04), 08. Doux (5:11), 09. Celle Qui Va (3:43)

[ca_audio url_mp3=”″ url_ogg=”” skin=”regular” align=”none”]

Profile Marjolène Morin, professionally known as Marjo, is a francophone Canadian singer-songwriter. After singing in two musicals of François Guy, Marjo joined the band Corbeau in 1979, two years after the group was started by Pierre Harel. Her solo career began shortly after Corbeau disbanded with the theme song for the film La Femme de l’hôtel which earned a Genie Award for Best Original Song in 1985. In 1986, her debut album Celle qui va sold more than 250 000 copies.

Only released in Canada this mega-rare AOR gem from Marjo having smooth keyboards, soaring vocals and superb production make this a French language answer to Zahalan, Véronique Béliveau or Lee Aaron circa her 1987 self-titled release. The lead-off track is an AOR dream… mid-tempo and lush with 80s synth keys. Two members of April Wine contribute heavily on this album: Gary Moffet and Bill Szewlowski.


VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)
You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply