Here is another monolith from the abundant discography of Robert Charlebois, our favorite madman: Quebec Love. In 1969, Charlebois continued his musical revolution (started with Louise Forestier) by pressing even more on the psychedelic accelerator and using the joual more than ever. The album is animated with a redemptive madness which will not leave you of respite. You will undoubtedly want a getaway to Quebec City while listening to The Wings of an Angel. Yes, our national curly was having a great time, kicking the butt of the conservatism of the time. Long live Quebec Love!