Yves Rakotomalala | Ce matin encore

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Ce matin encore

by Yves Rakotomalala

Loner-folk with strong Neil Young connections (circa "After the Gold Rush") Westcoast sounding fragile loner-folk. One side is sung in English, the other in French.
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Still a rambler
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2. Working man
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3. You and I
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4. Drunkard's tune
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5. Lady Anne
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6. We have to believe
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7. Voyez moi comme ces rues
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8. Qualqu'un quelque part
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9. Ne m'en voulez pas
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10. La seule chanson
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11. Une cuisine
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12. Ce matin encore
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Album Notes
YVES RAKOTOMALALA- Ce matin encore- (FRANCE- 1981) GP1008LP- Yves Rakotomalala from the acclaimed “Yves, Serge & Victor” album “Cagibi” recorded this elusive album a few years after he left the group. Musically we are in the same vein as “Cagibi”: A delicate fragile westcoast-tinged psych-folk with acoustic/ electric backing & amazing vocals, very close in sound and style to Neil Young in his “After the gold rush” period. Every track is excellent with one side sung in English and the other in French. Originally released as a private pressing of 200 units. This is a fully licensed exact reissue limited to just 300 copies in black vinyl and 200 copies in solid red and gold mixed. Comes with newly designed color labels.


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