Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance ‎(1976) Marzelle/9286 197 - Original FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance ‎(1976) Marzelle/9286 197 - Original FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: Marzelle/9286 197 | Released: 1976 | Genre: Progressive-Folk

A1 Princes Qu'En Mains Tenez
A2 Complainte Gallaise
A3 La Botte D'Asperges
A4 Kiss The Children For Me Mary
A5 La Jument De Michao
A6 Mrs. Mac Dermott
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B1 Galvadeg En Tri Kant Mil Soudard
B2 Le Mariage Insolite De Marie La Bretonne
B3 Dérobée De Guingamp
B4 Quand La Bergère
B5 Le Grand Valet
B6 La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance


Recorded At – Studio Des Dames
Credits
Arranged By – Tri Yann
Artwork By, Photography By – J.L. Jossic*
Drums – Jo Pucheu
Drums [Scottish] – Patrice Le Core, Patrick Morin
Lyrics By, Vocals, Flute [Irish] – Jean-Louis Jossic
Recorded By – Paul Houdebine
Recorded By [Assistant] – Hervé Hochet, Patrick Germain, Philippe Puig
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Jean-Paul Corbineau
Vocals, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass – Jean Chocun
Vocals, Violin, Flute – Bernard Baudriller
Notes
Recorded in January, February, March 1976
Gatefold sleeve.


Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance ‎(1976) Marzelle/9286 197 - Original FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance ‎(1976) Marzelle/9286 197 - Original FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Tri Yann ‎- La Découverte Ou L'Ignorance ‎(1976) Marzelle/9286 197 - Original FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz



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Tri Yann is short and Breton for "Three Jeans from Nantes", which was originally formed by three young fellows all named Jean - Jean-Louis Jossic, Jean Chocun and Jean-Paul Corbineau, and one lone Bernard Baudriller. They are one of Brittany's treasures, and present a lesson in true progression from simple traditional folk to electrified progressive folk, and a lesson in longevity, celebrating 37 years in the business in 2008.

While their first few albums showed much more enthusiasm than professionalism, their breakthrough occurred with "La Decouverte de L'Ignorance" in 1976, and they have never looked back. They represent the urban and gregarious face of Breton music, and feature multi-instrumental prowess and simply stunning vocal harmonies, with feet planted in all time periods. Over time they have grown in number and their concerts are known for elaborate costumes and theatrics.

The near-infinite discography of compilations of "hits", rarities, concerts and interview excerpts speaks to the near-fervour of their base. Most recommended apart from the aforementioned would be "Cafe du Bon Coin" and "Belle et Rebelle", but one of their compilations like "Inventaire Volume 2" and "Si Mort a Mors" might be the best place to start.
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