Sunday, September 23, 2018

Maggie Holland - Still Pause (1983 England) @VBR


Maggie Holland was born and bred in Hampshire (southern England) and first became involved with music through the local folk club scene in the late sixties. Her first professional musical work was as bass guitarist and eventually, singer  in the blues/goodtime duo Hot Vultures with Ian A. Anderson. The Vultures toured in Britain, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, covering approximately 30,000 miles per year during 1973-79; Maggie was also the sole driver. The duo expanded into the English Country Blues Band in the late seventies, with Rod Stradling and Sue Harris (later Chris Coe).

01 - Time To Kill
02 - Vandy
03 - Mad Lydia's Waltz
04 - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
05 - Bye Bye Bohemia
06 - The Banks Of The Nile
07 - If He's Gone
08 - The Great Valerio
09 - Peach Picking Time In Georgia
10 - Icarus
11 - The House Carpenter
12 - Black Cat
13 - Homunculus

Maggie Holland, vocals, guitar [1, 3-5, 7, 9-10, 12-13], banjo [2, 5-6, 9, 11], acoustic bass 
[2], electric bass [1, 3-5, 7, 9-13];
George Norris, vocals [1-2, 5, 7-8];
Sean Mayes, piano [1, 7-8];
Alex Forsyth, tenor saxophone [1, 4], soprano saxophone [10, 12];
John Kirkpatrick, button accordion [3, 10];
Ian A. Anderson, bottleneck guitar [9]

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Tri Yann - Dix Ans, Dix Filles [1973 France] @320



01 - Les filles de Redon
02 - Hirvoudou
03 - Liberty
04 - L'âge de nos vingt ans
05 - Marv Pontkallek
06 - Rond de Saint-Vincent revival
07 - Heidless cross
08 - Jig
09 - The rising o' the moon
10 - Chansonnette pour palper des droits d'auteur
11 - War bont an Naoned
12 - L'abandon... la saison...


Jean-Paul Corbineau: Chant, guitares, cuillères, harmonica
Jean Chocun: Chant, guitares, banjo
Jean-Louis Jossic: Chant, dulcimer, flûte, guimbarde
Bernard Baudriller: Chant, contrebasse, violoncelle, bodhran

Monday, September 3, 2018

Efrén López - El Fill Del Llop (Spain 2015) @320


Efrén López is the guitarist of the group "L'Ham de Foc".
Nine original instrumental pieces and two old songs, one Flamenco and one Occitan with new arrangements. Compositions that use exclusively acoustic traditional instruments and influences of Greek, Turkish, Persian and Medieval music.

01 - Kurtoğlu Zeybeği
02 - Plaerdemavida
03 - Como Al Pie Del Suplicio Estuve
04 - O Gios Tou Lykou
05 - Aralık (Ferahfezâ)
06 - Asbe Sangi
07 - Lo Boièr - Iria
08 - Vallsabollera
09 - Bourrees de la Carrasca de la Vaca
10 - Azinhaga
11 - Abracadabra


Bagpipes [Galician Gaita] – Raquel García
Bendir, Vielle, Dilruba, Recorder – Miriam Encinas
Goblet Drum [Tombak] – Jérôme Salomon
Instruments [davul, çöğür, Bulgari, Meydan Saz, Kopuz, Cura Saz, üç Telli Bağlama, Fretless Guitar, Cretan Laouto, Ud, Kurdish Tanbur, Persian Santur, Bass Citole, Citole, Shofar, Gothic Harp, Hurdy Gurdy, Guitarró, Llaüt, Bandúrria, Mandola, Irish Bouzouki, Claps, Banjo], Vocals – Efrén López
Kanun – Sofia Lambropoulou
Ney – Itzhak Ventura, Christos Barbas
Ney, Bagpipes [Bulgarian Gaida], Kaval – Meira Segal
Percussion [cymbals, Square Drum From Peñaparda, Tambourine, Bottle, Udu, Legüero, Claps, Shaker, Bendir, Adufe, Tavil, Nagara, Metals, Crakebs, Sabar] – Alex Tobias
Percussion [doira, Bendir, Davul, Daf, Gungru] – Diego López
Rebec [Cretan Lyra] – Kelly Thoma, Stelios Petrakis
Strings [yaylı Tanbur, Bass Yaylı Tanbur] – Evgenios Voulgaris
Vocals – Iván López, Raúl Micó
Arranged By, Music By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Efrén López

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