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Maneige

Maneige
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Maneige was a Canadian progressive rock and fusion jazz band from Québec, founded in 1972 by Alain Bergeron and Jérôme Langlois. The instrumental outfit was one of the Quebec progressive rock scene's longest running and most consistent bands.
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Maneige — Images Maneige — Images
(Saison SNS 80008, 1983, LP)
Maneige — Montréal, 6 AM Maneige — Montréal, 6 AM
(Disques Intérim INT 33007, 1980, LP)
Maneige — Composite Maneige — Composite
(Polydor 2424 206, 1979, LP)
Maneige — Libre Service - Self Service Maneige — Libre Service - Self Service
(ProgQuébec MPM10, 1978/2006, CD)
Maneige — Ni Vent... Ni Nouvelle Maneige — Ni Vent... Ni Nouvelle
(ProgQuébec MPM09, 1977/2006, CD)
Maneige — Live Montreal 1974/1975 (Live à l'Évêché) Maneige — Live Montreal 1974/1975 (Live à l'Évêché)
(ProgQuébec MPM07, 1975/1998, CD)
Maneige — Maneige Maneige — Maneige
(ProgQuébec MPM24, 1975/2007, CD)
Maneige — Les Porches Maneige — Les Porches
(ProgQuébec MPM25, 1975/2007, CD)
Maneige — Les Porches Live Maneige — Les Porches Live
(ProgQuébec MPM15, 1975/2006, CD)

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