Marino is an assertive and fragile presence. Her voice is fruity, mischievous and tender. She multiplies collection and she is part of projects which are mixing traditional songs and cultures (for example « l'Anthologie des chants de mer » by Chasse-Marée). Quoting her mother, she passes on endangered things that make « living together » possible by revisiting Breton, Gallo and French repertoires in her way. Posterity (life beyond life) is possible only if personification comes from a recapture. Here, the tone is universal and eternal, the repertoire is original. It contains unconventional and unique arrangements. On a piece of music made by Philippe Marlu and fine musicians, Marino tells us about touching or funny humble destinies. This is a book with images, portraits, memories, unfailing masterpieces... » - Claude Ribouillault - Trad Magazine
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Marc Anthony (hurdy gurdy)
Yannick Hardouin (bass)
Neven Sebille Kernaudour (uillean pipe)
Pierrick Lemou (violin, alto, rebec, mandole, mandoline, oud, guitar, bouzouki, ukulélé, banjo)
Marie-Noële Le Mapihan (song)
Delphine Quenderff (contrabass)
|Title||J'aimerai qui m'aime|
|The little extra||Bravos Trad Mag|
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