Formed in 1972 in Northern France, Sourdeline has remained as a hidden treasure for decades.
With a strong Pentangle influence in their works, the guys released a couple of astounding albums during the next few years, acquiring a wonderful baroque folk sound based in some traditional French folk songs and many originals, with the use of a large number of traditional instruments.
Their second and last album “Jeanne d’Aymé” is from 1977 and, though being the lesser known of them both, is for us at Guerssen their definitive work, a truly major discovery waiting for you who are not yet in the know.
This is the first ever, deluxe reissue.
Remastered sound, original artwork in stunning gatefold cover, 180g vinyl, and a fantastic 4-page insert with unseen photos and liners by Gerald Van Waes, as well as Sourdeline’s story written by the band’s leader Jean-Pierre Danielsen.
Factory sealed, with sticker.