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Karel Bogard And Co - Blues From Over The Border MP3 FLAC
Karel Bogard And Co
Blues From Over The Border
920 351
FLAC size:
2712 mb
MP3 size:
2019 mb
WMA size:
2180 mb


1Bukkha White Is Not Dead
Written-By – K. Bogard, R. Mason
2I.C. Blues
Written-By – H. Whittaker
3Brownsferry Blues
Arranged By – K. Bogard
4Done Lived With The Blues
Written-By – J. F. Sweet, K. Bogard
5Rollin' Blues
Written-By – K. Bogard
6Morning Sun
Written-By – D. Adams, K. Bogard
7Tennessee Rag
Written-By – K. Bogard
8Danny's Tune
Written-By – D. Adams, K. Bogard, R. Van Campenhout
9Me And The Devil
Written-By – R. Johnson
10See See Rider
Arranged By – K. Bogard
11Crowley Two-Step
Written-By – N. Abshire
12Don't You Leave Me Alone
Written-By – K. Bogard, R. Mason
13Crumble's Farm
Written-By – K. Bogard


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
90017Karel Bogard And Co Blues From Over The Border ‎(LP, Album)Barclay90017Canada1971
920 351Karel Bogaert Blues From Over The Border ‎(LP, Album, TP)Barclay920 351France1971
404.0026, 920 351 TKarel Bogard And Co Blues From Over The Border ‎(LP, Album)Ebrau, Barclay404.0026, 920 351 TBrazil1972


  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, VocalsRoland Van Campenhout
  • Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, VocalsBottleneck Chris
  • BanjoDerroll Adams
  • EngineerDominique Blanc-Francard
  • Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Mandolin, KazooKarel Bogard
  • Photography ByAlain Marouani
  • ProducerPhilippe Rault
  • Spoons, Accordion, Triangle, VocalsRoger Mason


Notes on the backcover:

Walking down the Place de Fürstemberg in St Germain. Paris, with "Rock and Folk" journalist Philippe Paringaux on a hot summer night of July, it was quite a surprise to hear coming from a doorway the piercing bottle-neck sounds of a young man who turned out to originate from Marseille, the Rhone delta rather than the Mississippi lowlands! Chris really had a thing going and though he refused to give us his last name he said he had a couple of friends he dug playing with and maybe we would be interested to hear them too. That's how I met Roger Mason and finally Karel Bogard who had all these fine numbers in his bag. Surprisingly enough they were all living around Belgium and so do Derroll Adams, who got himself quite a reputation from the time he was playing with Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and Roland Van Campenhout, a young and fresh new talent from Antwerpen. Karel who already paid his dues, specially playing with the Alexis Korner Band got everybody together and here is what came out, some good old "blues from over the border"...
Philippe Rault.

Three months ago, Chris, Roger and myself met jamming on the street in Paris. Since then, we got together at many different times and really enjoyed playing as a trio. By the time we came about to record this album, we all decided to bring along from Belgium Derroll and Roland that I had known for a long time as outstanding musicians. With their participation, this record, that we had planned in the first place as a blues L.P., took another direction, a mixture of country and city blues with some mountain banjo picking and also a Peruvian-flavored flute by Roland as well as some Cajun accordion featured by Roger on "Crowley two-step". We hope you will enjoy the variety of styles that came as a result from this different combinations. We want to thank Philippe Rault and Dominique Blanc Francard for their help and advice. We also want to thank Mike and Johnie Fae Sweet, Gie and Marianne, Danny Adams, Dominique, Patrick, Daniel, Richard for their support before and during the sessions, as well as Michel Magee for his hospitality and Christine and Serge for the food.


  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M.


  • Recorded At – Michel Magne Studios