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Pollen

Pollen was a Canadian foursome that released only one album of symphonic progressive rock in the seventies. They were from the Quebecois progressive scene and were perhaps the most-known Canadian symphonic group with the possible exception of Harmonium, but their music is much more purely rooted in the symphonic genre than that of their countrymen, whose music is more folk-oriented. The group consisted of Jacques Tom Rivest (vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, keyboards), Richard Lemoyne (electric & acoustic guitars, bass, keyboards), Claude Lemay (keyboards, flute, bass, vibraphone, vocals) and Sylvain Coutu (drums, vibraphone).

Courtesy of www.progarchives.com

Similar Bands: Genesis, Ange, Pentacle, Premiata Forneria Marconi, Harmonium

Jacques Tom Rivest
1979

3.9
4 Votes
Pollen
1976

4.2
9 Votes

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