Bregje Sanne Lacourt | Live@vestzaktheater Crossroadsession

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Live@vestzaktheater Crossroadsession

by Bregje Sanne Lacourt

Blues Country Folk Jazz Recorded Live at Vestzaktheater, Crossroadsession with Eric Taylor Recorded by Kees Aerts KMP Audio, Wernhout Vocals: Bregje Sanne Lacourt Guitar, Banjo, Harmonica, Backingvocals Michel Ebben Many TX to Michel, Eric, Jos and Kees
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. U Don't Know Live@crossroadsession (feat. Michel Ebben)
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2. The Only Way to Go Live@crossroadsession (feat. Michel Ebben)
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3. Walking Back Home (Eric Taylor) Live@crossroadssession [feat. Michel Ebben]
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4. Exit Live@crossroadsession (feat. Michel Ebben)
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5. Jolene (Dolly Parton) Live@crossroadsession [feat. Michel Ebben]
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6. Ball & Chained Live@crossroadsession (feat. Michel Ebben)
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7. Wasted and Waiting Live@crossroadsession (feat. Michel Ebben)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
These are the LIVE recordings of Bregje Sanne Lacourt opening for Eric Taylor on 27-10-2014, Crossroadsession Vestzaktheater Het Zwijnshoofd.

In 2014 Bregje Sanne Lacourt released her debut album 'The Keeper of Changing Winds' and was very well received.
This album is also available on cd baby.

Melancholy, the joy of life and self mockery are walking hand in hand. She describes her her life in detail with a mix of country, Folk & Blues what gives the album an American feel. Nashville but not(from) Nashville.




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