Mona Lisa - Discography
Founded in 1973, in Orleans, this is a symphonic band in the style of Genesis, but with a distinctively French flair (Because of it’s peculiar stage show they are labeled as French Theatric Symphonic in some sources).Another close comparison is Atoll, with some references to Osanna and Premiata Forneria Marconi.

The first album was recorded with Christian Gallas on electric guitar and violin, Jean-Luc Martin on bass, Jean-Paul Pierson on keyboards, guitar and backing vocals, Francis Poulet on drums, percussion and backnig vocals, Gilles Solves on additional guitars, and , ?Dominique LeGuennec on lead vocals, sax, flute, and percussion. Solves would not remain for the next album, and Gallas would be replaced by Pascal Jordan for the third release. This lineup stayed intact for two albums.

L’Escapade – 1974 (1991) – FGBG 4032.AR
Grimaces – 1975 (1994) – FGBG 4119.AR
Le Petit Violon de Monsieur Gregoire – 1977 (1995) – FGBG 4009.AR
Avant Qu’il Ne Soit Trop Tard – 1978 – FGBG 4107.AR
Vers Demain – 1979 (1994) – FGBG 4120.AR
De l’ombre a la Lumiere – 1998 – FGBG 4251.AR
Mona Lisa – Progfest 2000 – 2000 – FGBG 4378AR


Mona Lisa – Discography 1974-2000 flac

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