Chart-topping albums recorded at Le Studio

During its heyday, some of the biggest acts in the industry travelled to the studio nestled in Quebec's Laurentian Mountains. Take a look at some of the biggest records to come out of Le Studio.

David Bowie, The Ramones, Cat Stevens recorded at Quebec studio

David Bowie recorded his 1984 album Tonight at Le Studio. (André Perry Studios)

During its heyday, some of the biggest acts in the industry travelled to the studio nestled in Quebec's Laurentian Mountains.

Take a look at some of the biggest records and singles to come out of Le Studio. 

April Wine — First Glance, Harder...Faster
Bryan Adams —​  You Want if You Got It, Cuts Like a Knife (mixed at Le Studio)
Bee Gees  —​  Children of the World, Saturday Night Fever
David Bowie  —​ Tonight
Cat Stevens  —​  Numbers, Izitso, Back to Earth
Chicago  —​  Chicago 13
Julien Clerc  —​ Julien Clerc
Roberta Flack  —​ Roberta Flack
Serge Fiori  —​ Serge Fiori
Glass Tiger  —​  The Thin Red Line
Corey Hart  —​ Boy in the Box, Fields of Fire
Luba  —​ Between the Earth & the Sky
Kate & Anna McGarrigle —​  Love Over and Over
Kim Mitchell — Shakin' Like a Human Being
Nazareth  —​ Close Enough for Rock'n Roll, Play'n'the Game, Expect No Mercy
The Nylons — Rockapella
Northern Pikes — Secrets of the Alibi
Paul Piché — Paul Piché
Wilson Pickett — I Want You
Pilot  —​ Morin Heights
The Police  —​ Synchronicity, Ghost in the Machine, Every Little Thing She Does is Magic (single)
The Ramones  —​  Leave Home (mixed at Le Studio)
Keith Richards  —​  Talk is Cheap
Rush  —​  Permanent Waves, Signals, Moving Pictures, Grace Under Pressure, Presto, Roll the Bones, Counterparts
Sting  —​  Dream of the Blue Turtles
Vladimir Vysotsky —​ Vladimir Vysotsky
Nanette Workman  —​ Nanette Workman

(Source: André Perry Studios)

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