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Gwendal

Gwendal
Country
France
Profile
Gwendal is a French folk band formed in 1972. They are known for mixing jazz and other styles into their music.
Website
http://gwendal.eu
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (11)
Gwendal — War-Raog Gwendal — War-Raog
(Sterne STE 26568 2, 2005, CD)
Gwendal — Pan Ha Diskan Gwendal — Pan Ha Diskan
(Tempo Makers 34501-2, 1994, CD)
Gwendal — Les Plus Belles Chansons de Gwendal Gwendal — Les Plus Belles Chansons de Gwendal
(EMI 829087 2, 1994, CD)
Gwendal — Glen River Gwendal — Glen River
(Keltia Kmcd 507, 1989/2009, CD)
Gwendal — Danse la Musique Gwendal — Danse la Musique
(Odeon 855 651 2, 1985/1997, CD)
Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Locomo) Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Locomo)
(Chrysalis CDP 8381772, 1983/1997, CD)
Gwendal — En Concert Gwendal — En Concert
(Odeon 855 657 2, 1981/1997, CD)
Gwendal — 4 (aka Les Mouettes S'Battent) Gwendal — 4 (aka Les Mouettes S'Battent)
(Chrysalis CDP 8381752, 1979/1996, CD)
Gwendal — À Vos Désirs (aka Rainy Day) Gwendal — À Vos Désirs (aka Rainy Day)
(Chrysalis CDP 8381802, 1977/1996, CD)
Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Joe Cant's Reel) Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Joe Cant's Reel)
(CBS CD 32183, 1975/1996, CD)
Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Irish Jig) Gwendal — Gwendal (aka Irish Jig)
(Chrysalis CDP 8381782, 1974/1997, CD)

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