Wallace Collection

Wallace Collection were a Belgian chamber-pop/psych band that released the album Laughing Cavalier on Odeon in 1969, followed by Serenade in 1970. Both albums were issued eponymously in select territories. Also in 1970, the band recorded the soundtrack for the film comedy La Maison. The nameplate was taken from the collection of 15th–19th century art and porcelain held at the Hertford House in Manchester Square, London. Violinist Raymond Vincent subsequently recorded a solo album and co-founded the multinational symphonic-flamenco act Esperanto.

Members: Sylvain Vanholme (guitar), Freddy Nieuland (drums), Marc Hérouet (organ, keyboards), Christian Janssens (bass), Raymond Vincent (violin), Jacques Namotte (cello)


  • Laughing Cavalier (1969)
  • La Maison (OST, 1970)
  • Serenade (1970)

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