Sunday, October 7, 2012

Soïg Siberil - Botcanou (France 2009) @VBR

Thanks to Skylamb

This album is a return to "center" the center of his music where the guitar reigns and adaptations are dedicated to him, and many traditional songs and compositions rooted in another center, the center of Brittany, specifically Botcanou land of his childhood, hence the title of his album.
This album is also a meeting. With that of the writer Bellec Hervé, who agreed to put into words and songs of his album tracks.
He also invited friends singers and musicians for duets or trios: Patrice Marzin guitar, and Jamie McMenemy Korbell Nolwenn singing and bouzouki.

01 - L'autre Rive
02 - Trois Rivières
03 - Fortune De Terre
04 - Du Côté De Koat Trenk
05 - Les Gens D'ici
06 - Douze Éoliennes
07 - Botcanou
08 - Coat-Couraval
09 - Bal Au Centre
10 - Zagreb
11 - Ar C'hazh A Lipo
12 - Andalousie
13 - Till Morning Rise

Soïg SIBÉRIL: Guitare, Voix
Patrice MARZIN: Guitare
Jamie MCMENEMY: Bouzouki, Voix
Nolwenn KORBELL: Voix (13)


Feilimid O'Broin said...

Thank you for posting this and all of the other fine music you have posted. I grew up in a home in which we listened to Irish music as part of our culture and lived in an area in which folk music thrived. But I moved to Texas and then Maryland during the past twenty four years and only had access to the folk music I loved through radio from afar on the Internet. his blog has allowed me to reconnect with groups like Steeleye Span, Kornog, and others while discovering so much more. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

This blog is awesome, I've been visiting it for the last two years and become a great fan of your work. You have an admirable good taste in music. Keep posting.

juan angel italiano said...

Exelent, great work, thaks from Uruguay!!!

Steffani said...

Wow. Thank you so much CrimsonKing. :)

Steffani said...

Can we have Lammat as well, please?

Anonymous said...

thanks for posting this, just as heads up, the MF link is now dead..

CrimsonKing said...




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