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The Branford Marsalis Quartet Feat. Kurt Elling new CD : « Upward Spiral »

First album bringing together the Quartet Branford Marsalis with Jazz vocalist Kurt Elling. “Upward Spiral” is an eclectic album, as likes to claim Branton Marsalis. Branton is against the idea of creating concept albums with 12 songs in the same vein. He prefers to put in this album, everything he loves, namely a mixture of jazz […]

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Festival Jazz in St Germain-des-Prés,Paris invites Stéphane Belmondo Trio “Love For Chet”

Even though, he passed away prematurely in 1988, Chet Baker put an indelible mark on his audience. He had this accuracy, this unique emotion, this ability to make his soul communicate and touch his audience like nobody else. The trumpet and bugle player Stéphane Belmondo is one of the most talented musician and composer of […]

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Mysteretrio Quartet new album « Les Saisons du Swing »

In the beginning there was …Django Of course, Mystèretrio Quartet is paying tribute to the gypsy master with this very successful sixth album, “Les Saisons du Swing”, in which they play several of his pieces and particularly a very original and effective “Minor Swing”. But the quartet is mainly distilling its own colors with nine original compositions, […]

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Alfredo Rodriguez « Tocororo » new album

This is not a “free jazz” album, but a jazz album that’s modern, free and freed of stereotyped boundaries. Cuban pianist and composer Alfredo Rodrigues is a strong personality, positioned far from the mainstream formatted-for-the-greater-number mode. His port of departure is Cuba, without any doubt, with the first track, “Chan Chan” from the Buena Vista […]

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Florian Pellissier Quintet – « Cap de Bonne Espérance »

Very pretty evocative name (Cape of Good hope) that Cape separating the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean. An invitation to travel, a reason to keep hoping … This 3rd Florian Pellissier’s album is a success from every point of view: the maturity probably after the preceding (Biches Bleues) which was very well aproved by […]

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Stéphane Tsapis Trio « Border Lines » (FR/EN)

Border Line is written here in two words. No neurosis or “limit” attitude on the part of composer Stéphane Tsapis, whose feet are firmly on the ground even if his heart swings between the two cultures he was lucky enough to inherit at birth—French and Greek. The theme of borderlines, a subject so prominently in the […]

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Lou Tavano – “For you”

Her father, himself a musician, registered Lou Tavano at the conservatory, where she studied classical piano for eleven years. But singing and improvisation soon became her passion, to the point that she went on to join the famous American School of Modern Music, in order to study jazz. A decisive meeting followed, the one with the pianist Alexey Asantcheeff who […]

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