Robert Charlebois & Louise Forestier. Robert Charlebois & Louise Forestier. Beau Dommage (édition 30e anniversaire). Le lour passé de Plume Latraverse, Vol. II. Plume Latraverse.
In 1972 Robert Charlebois terminated his contract with the Quebec record company Gamma to sign with the French Barclay. Thus began an endless series of repackages by both labels to attract the customers to the period of Charlebois they owned. Les Grands Succès de Robert Charlebois (The Greatest Hits of Robert Charlebois, but the stickers on the LPs say Album Double Charlebois) was released in 1972 by Gamma
Robert Charlebois, OC, OQ (born June 25, 1944) is a Quebec author, composer, musician, performer and actor. He is an important figure in French music.
Robert Charlebois is one of the most enduring figures in Quebec rock history and surely has been the most influential during his career which spans five decades. During this time he started as a folk singer, shocked Quebec by turning to an extreme psychedelic rocker, came back to a singer/songwriter credo, and evolved as time went by into an adult pop/rock star. He also acted in a few TV series at the beginning of his career and as a businessman revolutionized the world of Quebec micro-breweries with his company Unibroue (makers of beers La Maudite and La Fin du Monde) in the '90s.
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More Robert Charlebois. Listen to Les grands succès de Robert Charlebois now. Listen to Les grands succès de Robert Charlebois in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Charlebois took piano lessons during his teens and is self-taught on acoustic guitar. He started his career in folk clubs in the early '60s, while he also explored acting. His first LP won a prize for Best Folk Album in 1965. The young Charlebois was clean-cut, well-spoken, poetic, and followed in the footsteps of French singers Jacques Brel and Georges Brassens. Songs like "La Boulée" and "Demain l'Hiver" appealed to the upper-class students and the intellectual elite.