My First Album: Fiction

My first self-produced 12 track album entitled “Fiction” is out now. It has been a year in the making, a collection of instrumental songs which take their inspiration from almost every decade of pop, blues and rock…

Cover Art by Pia Jane Bijkerk

It is available on cdbaby and iTunes (URL list at the end of this post). As you know, you only get little snippets on iTunes and cdbaby so to give you more of a feel of the album, I have selected two songs which you can listen to below.

The Color Purple is an up tempo rock song while Jungle Path is more blues influenced…

The Color Purple by rbigeard

Jungle Path by rbigeard


It is available worldwide on iTunes, just pick your country in the list below (and if your country is not in the list, just look for “bigeard fiction” in your iTunes store):

I have used tons of different gear on this album and will give more details over the coming months. I have recorded all the songs on my houseboat in Amsterdam and it has been a lot of fun. I hope you’ll like and if so, please spread the word! Thank you!

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7 thoughts on “My First Album: Fiction”

  1. Well done, Romain! Congrats on your superb achievement! I look forward to hearing more of your album.

  2. Romain, aka Guitar God… thanks for letting us listen to your incredible talent! It is a great achievement and your blog is informative and generous too. I stumbled across Pia’s blog (fellow Aussie) a few years back and linked to yours along the way. I have recommended both sites to friends and this is my first comment back – just to say a big thank you for all your efforts and putting your talent “out there”. I have no talent in anything but have a wonderful time appreciating yours. Very best of luck for the future! Kathryn

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