Camera Soul continues to thrill fans of jazz-funk and neo-soul with their third stellar studio album, 'Dress Code'! Maria Enrica Lotesoriere, lead vocalist and co-composer of Camera Soul: "To receive the call of the Lombardo Brothers with the request to become the new voice of Camera Soul was like touching the realization of a dream I had always; to make the music that I've always loved [and] to work with some of the best jazz-soul musicians on the Italian scene. It is from this life-long dream, shared with great artists, but especially great souls, that 'Dress Code' was born. We worked hard and long to put in this, our third album, every single part of us, our path, and our maturity. Because the songs are like clothes, tailored for those who compose, but also for the listener. These songs today are our best clothes, those we have chosen to wear. This is our way of dressing the soul of our listeners."
Morse Code is by and large the main progressive rock act to have grown on French-Canadian soil. While more locally popular groups like Harmonium and Octobre were inspired by specific prog elements while maintaining strong ties with folk and rock, Morse Code embraced the whole sound of the style. Where other bands like Pollen and Etcetera were only able to record one album, this group released three LPs in the mid-'70s that can be considered classic international prog rock items, essential to any serious fan's collection. Main composer, vocalist, and keyboardist Christian Simard, guitarist/flutist Daniel Lemay, bassist Michel Vallée, and drummer Raymond Roy met in their teens.