Djal goes back to its basics : stage music.
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Djal comes back with a new album, totally recorded in public.
The repertoire is composite and coherent, very emblematic from Djal. It represents a current European folk based on Irish, Breton, Swedish and Center France influences. Most of pieces, often played on scene, are unheard-of on a CD.
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Availability date: 04/27/2018
Jean Banwarth (bouzouki, guitar DADGAD),
Jérémie Mignotte (wooden flute),
Stéphane Milleret (melodeon, accordina),
Christophe Sacchettini (recorders, bagpipe 16p., low whistles, cajon, udu),
Claude Schirrer (bass, guitar),
Sébastien Tron (electro acoustic hurdy gurdy)
Live recorded at the CCO Villeurbanne (69)
Mixed by Pascal Cacouault
|Packaging||Digipack 3 volets|
|Graphic conception||Céline Tosi|
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