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    Main » 2010 » August » 12 » Malicorne ~ 1976 ~ Almanach
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    Malicorne ~ 1976 ~ Almanach
    Malicorne ~ 1976 ~ Almanach
    genre: prog folk
    country: france
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 49'01"  size: 276 mb
     
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    Malicorne were the Fairport Convention of French folk-rock when it comes to the renewal of traditional material from their homeland (but also Canadian and other material). On the other hand, Malicorne were able to maintain a stable line-up and sound throughout the seventies. The early Malicorne albums are faithful to French folklore with only sparse use of electric instruments, vaguely similar to Steeleye Span's first album. Gabriel and Marie Yacoub had previously played with Alan Stivell and Pierre De Grenoble. Gabriel's nasal voice was well fitted to the old material, giving it a kind of timeless feel (but Marie and the other members also did lead vocals on certain tracks). Gradually Malicorne used more percussion and vital rhythms, but they always remained closer to folk than rock. If you enjoy such music you can't go wrong purchasing any of these excellent albums. L'Extraordinaire Tour de France (not a live album) and En Public б Montreal (but this is) have greatest variety in the arrangements and thus the widest appeal.

    "Salut ala Compagnen" (Trad) – 0:55
    "Quand j'etais chez mon pere" (Trad) – 3:44
    "Margot" (Gabriel Yacoub) – 0:58
    "Les tristes noces" (Trad) – 7:44
    "Voici venir le joli mai" (Trad) – 0:24
    "Voici la Saint Jean (ronde)" (Trad) – 3:13
    "Le luneux" (Trad) – 5:03
    "Branle de la haie" (Trad/ Malicorne) – 2:08
    "Quand je menai mes chevaux boire" (Trad) – 4:39
    "La Fille au cresson" (Trad) – 3:40
    "L'Ecolier assassin" (Trad) – 8:38
    "Noel est arrive" (Trad) – 2:03
    "La fiancee du timbalier" (Words: Victor Hugo/music: Trad) – 5:45

    Gabriel Yacoub – acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, vocals)
    Marie Yacoub – electric dulcimer, bouzouki, hurdy-gurdy, epinette de Vosges, psaltry, vocals)
    Laurent Vercambre – violin, cello, keyboards, mandolin, vocals)
    Hughes de Courson – bass, crumhorn, flute a bec, percussion, vocals)
    Oliver Zdrzalik – bass, keyboards, vocals
    "La Bamboche" on "Les Tristes Noces" – guest group

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