Alan Stivell ‎– À L'Olympia

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Fontana ‎– 6399 005
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 The Wind Of Keltia [Le Vent de Celtie]
Written-By – Alan Stivell, Steve Waring
3:42
A2 An Dro [La Ronde]
Arranged By – Alan StivellComposed By – Breton Trad. (Bro Gwened)*
3:07
A3 The Trees They Grow High [Les Arbres Deviennent Hauts]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Irish Trad.*
3:04
A4 An Alarc'h [Le Cygne]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Breton Trad.*
2:25
A5 An Durzhunel [La Tourterelle]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Breton Trad.*
3:23
A6 Telenn Gwad [Harpe de Sang] / The Foggy Dew [La Rosée Brumeuse]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Breton Trad.*
3:57
B1 Pop-Plinn
Arranged By – Alan StivellComposed By – Breton Trad.*
3:37
B2 Tha Mi Sgith [Je Suis Fatigué]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Western Isles Trad.*
4:22
B3 The King Of The Fairies [Le Roi Des Fées]
Arranged By – Alan StivellComposed By – Irish Trad.*
3:20
B4 Tri Martolod [Trois Marins]
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Breton Trad. (Vro Vigouden)*
4:27
B5 Kost Ar C'hoad [Du Côté Du Bois]
Arranged By – Alan StivellComposed By – Breton Trad.*
3:54
B6 Suite Sud Armoricaine
Arranged By – Alan StivellWritten-By – Breton Trad.*
3:29

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Gravure Universelle mono/stéréo Made in France (on Labels)
Ⓤ stéréo : 6399 005 Made in France (should be "Printed in France") JAT Chatillons 92 (on back cover)

Enregistrement public (Live recording) à l'Olympia, Paris, le 28 février 1972.

Laminated cover:
- on front: photo of Alan Stivell, Gabriel Yacoub & Gérard Levasseur (from left side to right side) on stage
- on back: photo of Alan Stivell's personal triskell with favourite Stivell's themes: « Retour aux sources », « Diversité des cultures », « Exprimer soi », « Progressive-folk », « Celtic pop-music », « Monde technologique », « Sonerezh Geltia bloaz 2000 », « Futurisme »

No tracks' durations on this release - data come from wiki database; french translations for titles are not stated on release.

According to en.wikipedia.org, this Fontana 6399 005 is the original french release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): 6399 005 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): 6399 005 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped in Runout): 6399005 1 380 C31
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped in Runout): 6399005 2 380 DC
  • Price Code (on Labels and back cover): Ⓤ
  • Rights Society: SACD SACEM SGDL SDRM

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7103 039 Alan Stivell À L'Olympia(Cass, Album) Fontana 7103 039 France Unknown Sell This Version
6399 005 Alan Stivell À L'Olympia(LP, Album) Fontana 6399 005 UK 1972 Sell This Version
2424 068 Alan Stivell À L'Olympia(LP, Album, 1st) Polydor 2424 068 Canada 1972 Sell This Version
6325 321 Alan Stivell A L'Olympia(LP, Album, RE) Fontana 6325 321 France Unknown Sell This Version
6325 321 Alan Stivell À L'Olympia(LP, Album, RP) Fontana 6325 321 France 1972 Sell This Version

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oldscooldino

oldscooldino

June 4, 2017
Thank you for sharing the external sources of data!
You are the first one i encounter here on discogs that does this.
Regards.
DisKebec

DisKebec

December 26, 2016
Alan Stivell's second release is a brilliant live album, recorded at l'Olympia in Paris in 1972, and it's a must for any celtic music fan.

An eclectic and beautiful mixture of progressive rock, folk and celtic music. The first few tracks are acoustic gems with only Alan Stivell singing and playing the harp and acoustic guitars. On the remaining tracks, things are really perked up with a full progressive rock vibe and atmospheres......with Gabriel Yacoub (guitar, dulcimer, banjo), Dan Ar Bras (electric guitar), Gerard Levasseur (bass), Henri Delagarde (cello, flute, bombard), Michel Santangeli (drums), Serj Parayre (percussion) and Pascal Stive (organ).