Folksong from a non-existing land is the long title of a record by Roland van Campenhout. The LP has only 7 tracks and is characterized by the dark unpolished voice of Roland. Probably formed when he saw his father drown in front of his eyes when he was 5 years old. This audiophile LP floats somewhere between pop, indie, blues and world music. Piece by piece unique compositions. It is not strange that this man also played with Richard Bargel. The last track is a 14-minute instrumental piece.
1. Washi te kudasai (folksongs)
2. Swap adversity (the devil has the best tunes)
3. Pack up your sorrows
4. Liesje van Izegem (the cat)
1. War mashi ta (stitch by stitch)
2. Lies for sale
3. Smile from the heart