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Steve Eaves - Moelyci

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  • Rhifnod: Sain SCD2517
  • Label: Sain
  • Genre: Gwerin
  • Fformat: Albwm
  • Dyddiad Rhyddhau: 2007

Mae Steve Eaves a’i fand Rhai Pobl o ardal Dyffryn Ogwen, wedi bod yn perfformio a recordio caneuon acwstig a chaneuon blws Steve ers dechrau’r 80egau, gan gynhyrchu 8 casgliad o’i ganeuon. Recordiwyd ei XNUMXfed CD Moelyci dros gyfnod o XNUMX mlynedd mewn XNUMX stiwdio wahanol. Ar gyfer y CD hwn, bu’n cydweithio â’i fand arferol gan gynnwys y cerddor amryddawn Elwyn Williams (gitarau ac allweddellau), Gwyn Jones (drymiau), Jackie Williams (llais), ac Iwan Llwyd (bâs), gyda chyfraniadau hefyd gan Owen Lloyd Evans (bâs dwbl), Jochen Eisentraut (piano a sacsoffon), Stephen Rees (ffidl), Gwyn Evans (trwmped) a Manon Steffan Ros (llais). ..

Ar gyfer clawr a llyfryn y CD bu Steve yn cydweithio â’r ffotograffydd o fri rhyngwladol, Rhodri Jones.
Cynhyrchwyd y CD gan Elwyn Williams, Owain Arwel Davies a Steve.
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£ 9.99
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