Studio Album, released in 1971
Songs / Tracks Listing
1. Souvenirs of our days (2:24)
2. It's never ever easy to do (3:50)
3. Time (1:31)
4. Oh lord (2:55)
5. Hunting & laughing (2:03)
6. The friend (1:07)
7. Story-book life (2:58)
8. Fire sign (2:03)
9. Freedom train (3:34)
10. Today I'm alive (2:23)
11. One to one (2:50)
12. Two friends (1:45)
This Canadian Quebec band made two psych albums in 71 & 72 sung in English. It's highly collectible and real gems of progressive music.
The first album is something between the early Genesis, Barclay James Harvest & Moody Blues with an excellent bass line and inspired Hammond.
Later they changed their name to MORSE CODE and sung in French.
MORSE CODE is really recommended to fans of symphonic rock but the albums are somewhat hard to find (but not too difficult either) in vinyl. Plans are to release the three classic albums in the not-too-distant future.
Christian Simard / lead vocals and keyboards
Michel Vallée / bass guitar
Jocelyn Julien / electric guitars
Raymond Roy / drums
Peter Schenkman / solo cello
Al Cherney / Cajun fiddle