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    IZUKAITZ

    Izukaitz

    [engl] What a wonderful album this is!!! The first album by Basque folk group Izukaitz, originally released on the Xoxoa label in 1978. Strongly into traditional Basque folk but adding some rock elements to it; they use traditional instruments like Txirula or Alboka, but some psychedelic backwards guitar too. Beautiful male/female vocals also, entirely sung in Basque language. This group will sure remind you on the best moments of British folk legends like Fairport Convention or Steeleye Span. This is the first ever vinyl reissue, for which we've used the original mastertapes and of course it comes in original artwork with its gatefold cover. Limited to 500 copies.
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    LP
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    Sixties / Psychedelic
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    19,50 EUR
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