Harvest - Trilogy 72

With Printemps de Bourges

By Neil Young

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La Maison Tellier & friends

France / Created in 2023

When folk music meets folk music! Or, if you will, La Maison Tellier vs. Neil Young. The French band sings Harvest in its entirety, and in good company…

Harvest - Trilogie 72, La Maison Tellier & friends, 2023 © Christophe Raynaud de Lage


When folk music meets folk music! Or, if you will, La Maison Tellier vs. Neil Young. A blend of folk and rock, with witty lyrics that seemed to bore into your soul: that was the revelation of Neil Young’s Harvest. An album whose unforgettable songs La Maison Tellier has decided to revisit in their entirety, and in good company. To explore this legendary record with new voices, the French band has called on Emily Loizeau, Baptiste W. Hamon, Pi Ja Ma, Arman Méliès, Lonny, Ysé and Pauline Denize. Each friendly collaboration the opportunity to sing together and with the same emotion the heartrending ballads and powerful and vibrant songs by the Canadian-American musician. New, amazing renditions of one of the highest-selling records of 1972, which would become the most iconic album in the career of an artist who’d just left the quartet he’d formed with Crosby, Stills, and Nash! Harvest, released in 1972, revisited like Ziggy Stardust and Transformer as part of Trilogie 72, an homage to legendary albums in English.

Interview with La Maison Tellier


With Alphonse Tellier (keyboard, bassist), Helmut Tellier (guitarist, singer), Jeff Tellier (drummer), Léopold Tellier (brass), Raoul Tellier (guitarist) 
and Boris Boublil, Pauline Denize, Baptiste W. Hamon, Melissa Laveaux (piano), Emily Loizeau, Lonny, Arman Melies, Ysé
Based on Harvest by Neil Young


Original creation Printemps de Bourges Crédit Mutuel in complicity with Centquatre (Paris)
Co-production with Festival d'Avignon
In partnership with Maison de la Culture de Bourges Scène nationale

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