Their only release which came out in the late year of 1980, they are related to the band Connivence I posted here earlier in the entirety of their oeuvre (including the wonderful offshoot Gilles Legault's Chansons). The music is a wonderful mix of fusion and folky singer-songwriting, kinda like Connivence in fact. Consider the track called Les amours d' enfance (the loves of childhood), which features such a wonderfully original chord change in it:
Check out the beautiful calligraphic handwritten lettering on the back too. That kind of thing is never seen anymore now, is it, when children don't even learn how to write cursive by hand anymore in most public schools, only how to type on ever-diminishing keyboards in size, or better yet, use their index finger on a touchpad--isn't it wonderful and miraculous how human beings have progressed in the times we have been alive? Same comments as what I made about porn, how when I grew up it was out of reach on the top shelves of convenience stores where the owners would yell at us if we dared to approach, compared to today, where it's accessible for free to any kid no matter how young, and hardcore of the vilest kind too.
Well, allow me to feel nostalgic about more than just the music of 40 years ago.