After 7 albums devoted to his maternal cultural heritage (Jewish from Transylvania) Yom returns with a reinterpretation of the American exile of his father in the 50s in the US. It's his review of this family legend, a crossing of romantic America, nostalgic, dreamy but also arid and violent. An album of folk songs « clarinettistiques » that he « sings » for his father, and for all those who spend their lives on the road, nomads, hobos, displaced, refugees.
Yom: compositions, clarinets; Aurélien Naffrichoux: arrangements, guitars, electric guitar, steel guitar, guitar baryton; Guillaume Magne: guitars, dobro, banjo; Sylvain Daniel: bass; Mathieu Penot: drums
Songs for the Old Man