Serge Bulot ‎– Les Légendes De Brocéliande

Camisole Records ‎– CAM011
Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered


A1 Échos 3:08
A2 Staccato Ricochet 3:28
A3 Pleine Lune 2:27
A4 Violectra 2:44
A5 Danse Des Lutins 3:14
A6 Euryale 3:02
B1 Les Légendes De Brocéliande 6:24
B2 Le Vélo De La Sorcière 4:07
B3 Petit Matin 3:22
B4 Rhinocéros Funky 2:31
B5 Dame Blanche 2:10



Instruments: Electric violins: Barcus - Berry, Fender, bass violin Violectra. Electric & acoustic guitars, Fretless bass, tablas, various percussions, flutes, Polymoog keyboards, Korg 770 synthesizer.
Recorded in private studio on TEAC 8 Tracks

Limited to 500 copies

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A, Etched): CAM011 A D@MY45
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A, Etched): CAM011 B D@MY45

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October 21, 2017
edited over 2 years ago

This album is fantastic, in every sense of the word. Brocéliande is a beautiful forest located in Britany (France), well known for related middle age Celtic myths involving druids, fairies, Merlin the Magician... I've been there once, about 10 years ago and i still remember this strong energy coming out of dolmens and menhirs in the middle of the wild forest.
Thanks to the label for this re-issue, priceless and timeless piece of music.

As canardtichaud63 noticed, the only downside is the original art work completely spoiled by the name of the label, especially if you know the meaning : "straitjacket", huh...Actually if you listen to A3 under mushrooms you might need a straitjacket for real. Appart from that, the album is pretty peaceful.

B1 title track, is a masterpiece that will take you to the actual forest if listening in appropriate conditions. A4 "Violectra" will take you a bit higher if you know what i mean, oh man i wish the track was way longer. A1-A2 are so good...