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France

Tri Yann

En Concert

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  • En Concert
    • 1996 - Déclic/Marzelle 842 624-2 CD (France)
    • 1996 - Déclic/Marzelle 842 624-2 CD(x2) (France)
    • 1996 - Sony Music B10732 CD(x2) (France)
    • 1998 - Virgin 842 624-2 CD (France)
    • 1998 - Mosaique MOS 29805 CD (Canada)
  • Track List:
    1. Dans Les Prisons De Nantes
    2. Si Mort A Mors
    3. Mrs Mc Dermott/Roches Favourite
    4. Chanson De Pelot D'Hennebont
    5. Les 90 Maçons (previously unreleased song)
    6. Le Soleil Est Noir
    7. Kan An Alarc'h
    8. Le Dauphin
    9. Song For Ye Jacobites
    10. Brian Boru
    11. Guerre Guerre, Vente Vent/La Fleur D'Ugénie
    12. Kan Ar Kann
    13. Le Loup, Le Renard, La Jument De Michaud, Etc/Horse Reel
    14. Les Métamorphoses De Madeleine Bernard (Conte)
    15. Madeleine Bernard
    16. Ce Sont Les Filles Des Forges
    17. Vive La République, Vive La Liberté (previously unreleased song)
  • Bonus Tracks (see notes)
    1. An Distro Euz A Vro-Zaoz
    2. La Ville Que J'ai Tant Aimée
    3. Belenos (La Genèse — Conte)
    4. Le Lichen Jaune De St Guildo (Conte)/Kantik Santez Lena
    5. Bulldozer!
    6. Complainte Gallaise
    7. Le Mariage Insolite De Marie La Bretonne
    8. Chanson À Boire

  • Tri Yann
    • Jean-Luc Chevalier: Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Bass
    • Jean-Louis Jossic: Lead Vocals, Bombarde (Breton Flute), Chalémie (Shawm), Psaltérion (Psaltery), Ténor Cromorne (Crumhorn)
    • Jean-Paul Corbineau: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
    • Jean Chocun: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin
    • Louis-Marie Seveno: Vocals, Bass, Violin, Whistle, Alto Rebec, Electric Dulcimer, Bodhran
    • Gérard Goron: Vocals, Drums, Mandolocelle
    • Christophe Le Helley: Vocals, Celtic Harp, Medieval, Renaissance & Baroque Flute, Keyboards, Veuze (Breton Bagpipes), Soprano Cromorne (Crumhorn)
  • Credits
    • Recorded Live:
      • Tracks: 7 — Espace culturel Onyx, St Herblain (1994)
      • Tracks: 2, 13, 15, 16 —Salle des Ursulines, Lannion (1996)
      • Tracks: 5, 9, 11, 12, 14 — Salle Jacques Brel, Champs-sur Marne (1996)
      • Tracks: 1, 3, 6, 10 — Esplanade d'Onyx, St Herblain: (1996)
      • Tracks: 4, 8, 17 — Centre cuturel, Mayenne (1996)
    • Recorded by Par le studio Epona, Malville
    • Sound Engineers: — Prise de son ; Christophe Marais & Stéphane Calvez
    • Assistant Engineer: Pascal Mandin
    • Mixages at Studio de la Seine, Paris by Christophe Marais & Jean-Philipe Briquet, October 1996
    • Montages Protools: Stéphane Calvez
    • Mastering: Digital Edge
    • Realization under the direction of Gérard Goron

  • Notes
    • This album was released as a Single and Double CD.
    • The double CD version includes:
      • Eight extra songs.
      • An enhanced CD-ROM with 60 pictures, 28 videos (L'Univers De Tri Yann), 10 sounds extracts, the lyrics of 20 songs, a game, etc.