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I A Des Sers - Miquela - Miquela (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 29,  · Miquela. November 29, Buy Vinyl + free MP3 album $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo (US). I A De Sers. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 3. Me Demandes Pas. Me Demandes Pas.
  2. Condition: Mint (M) Playlist A1Tu E Ieu () A2I A Des Sers () A3Me Demandes Pas () A4Lo Baranguet () A5La Targa () B1Palunaia () B2Les Colonies () B3Lei Filairas () B4De Bon Matin () B5Magali () B6Retorn ().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Miquela on Discogs. Label: Ventadorn - VS 3 L 44 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: France • /5(13).
  4. Mesmerising minority language acid folk and wayfaring world music forges a river of revolution between langue doc and Côte d’Azur with this stunning seldom spoken intimate community pressing. Tracks: Tu E Leu I A De Sers Me Demandes Pas Lo Baranguet La Targa Palunaia Les Colonies Lei Filairas De Bon Matin Magali Retorn.
  5. Weaving a fragile thread through collectible outsider genres such as acid folk, French jazz, Braziliana, and world music it is virtually incomprehensible that this incredible one-off solo album by mononymous Occitan language singer, songwriter, and activist Miquela has managed to evade notoriety and wider affection over five decades.
  6. Miquela: I A De Sars (LP, Vinyl record album) - An album from the mid 70s, but one that's got an almost timeless sort of vibe – given that it -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  7. Miquela’s I A De Sars was already a little known work upon its original release not merely as a narrowly circulated community pressing. Recorded entirely in the ancient minority language of Occitan, spoken by less than million people in Southern France, Italy and Spain, I A De Sars is a deeply intimate record of discreet Gallic jazz.
  8. Weaving a fragile thread through collectible outsider genres such as acid folk, French jazz, Braziliana and world music it is virtually incomprehensible that this incredible one-off solo album by mononymous Occitan language singer, songwriter and activist Miquela has managed to evade notoriety and wider affection zover five decades. Now reissued and available!

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