Roger Rodier released an obscure recording on Columbia in 1972, Upon Velveatur, which was very much good folk-rock-oriented vocalist/songwriter trends from the era. It had been at least just as much indebted to English noises from that genre as UNITED STATES ones, however, using its mild breathy vocals, subdued melancholy, and mix of mainly acoustic guitars with refined strings plus some feminine backup vocals. Before the LP, Rodier got issued several singles on the neighborhood Montreal label Pax, the to begin them sung in French. Despite obtaining praised in Rolling Rock by Lester Bangs because of its “classic elegance,” Upon Velveatur got small exposure when it had been issued in fall months 1972. Although he do start focus on a second recording for Columbia in early 1973, it wasn’t completed, and Rodier remaining music a couple of years later with no released other things.