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De La Basse Bretagne

1 Oct. 2003 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Oct. 2003
  • Release Date: 1 Oct. 2003
  • Label: Otik's Kitchen
  • Copyright: 2003 Poitín
  • Total Length: 51:25
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  • ASIN: B007Q1JU7U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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De La Basse Bretagne is an album by Poitin, a Celtic band based in the CzechRepublic. Since the release of their first album in 2000, the band have gained a steady cult following around Europe and the UK. Thanks to the wonders of the internet, people don't have to wait for music to get into their music store. They can just search the web and discover the kind of music they want.
De La Basse Bretagne is a fine example of a musicianship that has grown ripe with challenges, time and passion. The opening track J'ai Une Bonne Amie a Quimperle defines the kind of consistency you can find in the album. The strong and at times silky delivery of the female vocals and also the tight execution of instruments make you hope that there is a follow-up to this Breton flavored album.
They have other releases dealing with other styles around the seven Celtic nations. But what makes this one great for me personally is the dedication to the kind of music that are associated around the geographical the area. And not only do they give justice to tracks like De La Basse and Marv Pontkalleg with mouth-watering instrumental execution but also because of the sensitivity that Jeremy King and the rest of the band put to this recording. I have to say when you reach track 11 of this album called Son Ar Sistr, you would be rolling your eyes and tapping your feet to the exquisite beat of the bodhran!
I learned that Poitin make their recording in a live way and have to do it all over again when there is even a slight mistake. Now that is hard to see in current bands with all the comforts of studio layering and sound engineering. And this makes them the best live band ever.

First published by The Celtic Music Fan May 20, 2012
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