DUDON, JACQUES - EROSION DISTILLÉE

DUDON, JACQUES - EROSION DISTILLÉE

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: MONSTER MELODIE

Release date: 28/08/2016

Barcode: 0769791963405

Catalog no.: MMLP0000009

Item ID: 436483

At the age of 17 French multi-instrumentist Jacques Dudon taught himself how to play the guitar, after which he started an electric blues band called The Soul Bag. Not much later the band changed its name to Ghislain Blues Band and then finally to Blues Bag. In 1968, the band discovered LSD, resulting in a stylistic change towards psychedelia. The band recorded a single for EMI using the name L'Assemblée ('Le Chien') before calling it a day. Then, in 1969, Jacques Dudon made some recordings for a solo-album, but the project collapsed and the music was never issued... until now!

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