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Yves Lambert

Yves Lambert
Country
Canada
Profile
Yves Lambert is a folk musician from Quebec, and a founding member of the long-standing group La Bottine Souriante.
Website
http://yveslambert.com
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Releases on file (5)
Yves Lambert Trio — Tentation Yves Lambert Trio — Tentation
(Pruche Libre, 2018, CD)
Yves Lambert Trio — Laissez Courir les Chiens Yves Lambert Trio — Laissez Courir les Chiens
(Pruche Libre PRU-2-4561, 2016, CD)
Yves Lambert Trio — Trio Yves Lambert Trio — Trio
(Pruche Libre PRU2-4197, 2012, CD)
Yves Lambert — Récidive Yves Lambert — Récidive
(Pruche Libre PRU-01, 2004, CD)
Yves Lambert — Les Vacances de Monsieur Lambert Yves Lambert — Les Vacances de Monsieur Lambert
(Milles Patres MPCD 3334, 1998, CD)

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