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Tri Yann   •   Tri Yann An Naoned

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  • Tri Yann An Naoned
    • 1972 - Kelenn 6332 626 LP (FRA)
  • Side One
    1. Les Filles Des Forges (Pilé-Menu) (Brittany - Trad.)
    2. La Vierge A La Fontaine (Brittany Trad)
    3. Pastourelle De Saint-Julien-Maraichine (Brittany - Trad.)
    4. Tri Martelod (Brittany - Trad.)
    5. Before Ireland Can Go Free (Sean O'Casey, Ireland - Trad., Irish Melody: "Lonely Bana Strand")
    6. Ye Jacobites (Ireland - Trad.)
  • Side Two
    1. Les Filles D'Escoublac (Brittany - Trad.)
    2. Johnny Monfarleau (Québec - Trad.)
    3. La Calibourdaine De Breca (Brittany - Trad.)
    4. Les Prisons De Nantes (Québec - Trad.)
    5. An Alarc'n (Brittany - Trad.)
    6. Le Dauphin (Scotland - Trad. Arr. Marchais Serizier)
    7. Au Pied D'Un Rosier (Brittany - Trad.)

  • Musicians
    • Jean-Paul Corbineau: Vocal, Guitar, Spoons, Harmonica
    • Jean Chocun: Vocal, Guitar, Banjo
    • Jean-Louis Jossic: Vocal, Dulcimer, Irish Flute, Jew's Harp, Bodhran
    • Bernard Baudriller: Vocal, Double Bass, Cello
  • Credits
    • Recorded at Studio Kelenn
    • Sound Recording: G Le Coz
    • Cover & Drawing (le pipe de Merlin • musée du Parc d'Armorique): J.L. Jossic
    • Photos: Etienne Gasche
    • Arrangements: Tri Yann An Naoned, unless otherwise noted
    • Sleeve Notes: Vincent Boots