Gabriel Yacoub was born in Paris, of a Lebanese father and a French mother. He was a guitarist and singer with the Alan Stivell group that toured France in 1971. Before he founded Malicorne, Gabriel and Marie Yacoub recorded Pierre de Grenoble (1973). Indeed this was originally intended to be the name of the group. It included contributions from Dan Ar Braz. With Malicorne, Gabriel played acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, epinette de Vosges and banjo, while Marie played electric dulcimer, bouzouki and hurdy-gurdy. They sang most of the lead vocals on the albums. In 1978, while Malicorne were at their peak, Gabriel recorded a solo album called trad.arr, which featured English fiddler Barry Dransfield as guest.
In the final year of Malicorne, 1986 Yacoub recorded Elementary Level of Faith. This was highly experimental, with Yacoub's own compositions and electronic effects. Warm emotions are combinedЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Trad. Arr. [альбом]
- Pierre de Grenoble [1973, альбом]
- Bel [1990, альбом]
- Quatre [1994, альбом]
- Elementary Level of Faith [1995, альбом]
- Babel [1997, альбом]
- Le Grand Vent [2001, сингл]
- Yacoub [26.09.2001, альбом]
- The Simple Things We Said [2002, альбом]
- De la nature des choses [2008, альбом]
- Je vois venir [09.2004]
- Tri [1999, сборник]
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