Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Ys - Madame de la Frontiere (1976)

French progressive folk

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

these all look very interesting, thank you very much lisa!

Anonymous said...

This is a good slice of French electric folk rock, ripped from vinyl. The line up is voice/fiddle/whistle/dulcimer/guitar/keyboards/bass/drums. Instrumental and vocal music: the first track (an Irish tune) has a simple but effective bass pulse; the last track is almost space-y and rather cleverly has dripping water as a backing. Well worth a listen. Thanks!
Newelectricmuse

HERCULESFREEMAN said...

Mr.EZHEVIKA do you accept requests?:PETE BROWN AND HIS BATTERED ORNAMENTS-A MEAL YOU CAN SHAKE...//HARVEY MANDEL-CRISTO REDENTOR//DEVIANTS-III Many thanks ALEX-BRAVO FOR YOUR GREAT BLOG!

Anonymous said...

Great album -- saves me the trouble of ripping it from my own vinyl!

- omnidrew

Daydreamer said...

Very good! thanks for the upload...

Fox said...

Congratulations! Very good album!

Anonymous said...

Wahw...This is a great kind of French electric folk rock,..could you please repost it ,...the link is gone.....
Greetssss......CeltaGnome