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Gilles Servat - Mad In Sérénité FLAC Performer: Gilles Servat
Album: Mad In Sérénité
Country: France
Style: Chanson, Celtic
Label: Not On Label
Genre: Pop / World
Catalog #: SER C 44007
Size FLAC: 1978 mb.
Size MP3: 1180 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 304
Record Source: CD


1Ar Plac'h He C'Hoef Radenn
Lyrics By, Music By – Gilles Servat
2Le Jour N'Est Pas La Vérité
Music By – Gilles Servat
Lyrics By – Gilles ServatMusic By – Michel Devy
4Mystérieux Comme Toujours
Lyrics By, Music By – Gilles Servat
5E Kervoial
Lyrics By – Roperh Er MassonMusic By – Gilles Servat
6C'est Elle Mon Île
Lyrics By, Music By – Gilles Servat
7La Fille Du Chemin Bleu
Lyrics By – Gilles Servat, Michèle Le PoderMusic By – Dan Ar Braz
8Ar Rosenn Hag Al Lili
Music By – Gilles Servat
9Skinn Mac Dana
Lyrics By, Music By – Gilles Servat
Lyrics By, Music By – Gilles Servat
Lyrics By – Gilles Servat
12Nantes S'Endort
Lyrics By – Gwezenn DanaMusic By – Gilles Servat


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SER 44007Gilles Servat Mad In Sérénité ‎(LP, Album)Not On LabelSER 44007France1988


  • Arranged By, Orchestrated By, SynthesizerMichel Devy
  • BassSauveur Mallia
  • CelloHelena Andreyev, Laurent Hoevenaers
  • FluteRégis Letenneur
  • GuitarPatrice Tison
  • Programmed ByGérard Guillourey
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByThierry Beaumarié
  • ViolaJean-Paul Minali-Bella
  • ViolinAnne Mercier, Patrick Cohën-Akenine


  • Other (Distribution Code): SA 470


  • Distributed By – Scalen'Disc
  • Produced For – Les Editions Du Petit Véhicule
  • Recorded At – Studio Métronome


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