Luc Normand | Once Upon a Chime... in my Head

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Once Upon a Chime... in my Head

by Luc Normand

"A major work of art. A song like 'Have to Go' sounds like it could open for Shania Twain. Then a few songs later is 'Just for You' which could have appeared in a John Hughes movie (Say Anything, Breakfast Club)." Derek Dunn, Barrhaven Independent
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Have to Go
Luc Normand
3:48 $0.50
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2. Better Learn to Climb
Luc Normand
3:19 $0.50
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3. I Wish I Was a Fly
Luc Normand, Larry Gentle & Wayne Saumure
4:48 $0.99
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4. Meagan
Luc Normand
3:50 $0.99
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5. Once and For All
Luc Normand
3:46 $0.50
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6. Sure Reminds Me
Luc Normand
4:40 $0.50
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7. Cross the Line
Luc Normand
4:49 $0.50
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8. Just For You
Luc Normand & Larry Gentle
3:29 $0.50
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9. No Reason For Singin' the Blues
Luc Normand
3:18 $0.50
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10. Somewhere Else
Luc Normand
3:06 $0.50
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11. You Are the One (live)
Luc Normand & Gregg Zentner
3:24 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Luc Normand is a Canadian Indie Musician who, despite his French name, writes and performs primarily in English. He's written over 700 Roots & Roll / Folk / Americana songs inspired by music of all types from all generations, resulting in a style resembling the voice of Cat Stevens meshed with John Mellencamp's outlook and Jackson Browne's smoothness.

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Derek Dunn - Barrhaven Independent (Jul 6, 2007)

A major work of art...
(...) a major work of art (...) not unlike P.E.I.’s Lenny Gallant or Canadian icon Murray McLauchlan (...) A song like “Have to Go” sounds like it could open for Shania Twain. Then a few songs later is “Just for You” which could have appeared on a John Hughes movie soundtrack. (...) Many of his songs, employing simple words and images, lend themselves to multiple interpretations. (...) Normand is the rare exception.
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Kenny Powell

a terrific folk/rock musician
Luc Normand is a terrific folk/rock musician who also dabbles in children's music. I've listened to one of his kids' songs; it is outstanding! I hope he'll do more than just dabble in this genre. And he's an all-around nice guy, too!
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Pat (Ottawa-based Musician & Recording Artist)

Good stuff...
All and all good stuff. Liked some of the tunes very much. I'm a big fan of Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers. For some reason I kept coming back to that as a reference as I listened through. Thanks for sharing.
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The Sedore 6

We Love It!
What can we say? - We love it, we knew we would! Can't wait to hear it in person again! Soon?
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Lise H.

WOW!
"WOW" Luc ...you blew me away. I knew you love to sing and play music, but your CD totally captured my attention all the way through. I knew you have talent... but this was sooo.... good. Keep up the good work!
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