Barde ‎– Barde

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Two original versions of that record exist and concern the color of the "Gaelic' pattern around the picture of the band. 1) The red (vermilion?) is in French language. 2) the green (myrtle green?) version is in English language. It concern the tracklisting, the introduction text, the band and the production credits on the back of the sleeve.

Tracklist

Jack McCann 3:02
Julia Delaney 2:43
L'île Noire 3:35
La Queue De L'hirondelle (Whelan's jig, the Swallow's tail, Coleman's cross) 3:30
Le Violin Accordé Comme Une Viole 2:17
Fanny Power 3:33
La Gigue De George Brabazon 1:38
Les Trois Hommes Noirs 5:28
La Suite Du Cap Breton (the Skye Gathering March, The Boy's Lament For His Dragon, Angus Rankin) 3:29
Banshee 3:57
P Stands For Paddy 4:54

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DLP-10006 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records DLP-10006 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
DLP 10 010 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records DLP 10 010 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
DLP-10010 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records DLP-10010 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
DLP-10,010, DLP 10 010 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records, Direction (2) DLP-10,010, DLP 10 010 Canada 1977 Sell This Version
PL 40679 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records PL 40679 France 1977 Sell This Version
GES 1189 Barde Barde(LP) Emerald Gem GES 1189 UK 1978 Sell This Version
PTMP 1982-2 Barde Barde(LP, Album, RE) Les Productions Porte Parole Inc. PTMP 1982-2 Canada 1982 Sell This Version
DLP 10,006 Barde Barde(LP, Album) Les Disques Direction Records DLP 10,006 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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Rensebrink

Rensebrink

January 13, 2020
referencing Barde, LP, Album, DLP-10006
Could anyone clarify if the music is also different on the french version versus the english version? Or is it just about the title tracks?
Snowball69

Snowball69

December 5, 2012
referencing Barde, LP, Album, DLP 10 010
Hello DLP10010 is said DLP dix mille dis in french and DLP10006 is said DLP dix mille six. I've never seen a DLP 10010 in 35 years and all the DLP10006. So my guess is you approve without regard an error. Put in place the DLP 10006 as the original first canadian pressing please.