Charles Lloyd Quartet – Nov 19 – Salle Pleyel, Paris

Considered among the greatest saxophonist and flutist, since the sixties, Charles Lloyd has crossed many other sacred monsters: Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette … This year celebrates the 50 years of the album recorded by the Mythical quartet. Gérald Clayton  piano, Kendrick Scott drums and Reubens Rogers bass. Jazz evening of high flying with for the first set,The “Mare Nostrum” […]

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Tigran Hamasyan
Hit Couleurs JAZZ

“Diwan of Beauty & Odd” the latest album of the master of the Oud, Dhafer Youssef.

Dhafer Youssef says “Groove is the meaning of life” and he proves it. Dhafer Youssef, a native of Teboulba,Tunisia, makes his Oud groove like no one else. He has given us here a magnificent album, full of subtlety and emotion. We are betting that this pure musical creation becomes a reference point and enters the […]

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Tigran Hamasyan
Hit Couleurs JAZZ

Wolfgang Schalk new album “From Here to There”

Jazz guitarist Wolfgang Schalk is a species unlike any other, amongst music’s celestial stars. There are those who play with passion, yet their performing is void of drive. Some are robotic in nature yet lacking the forethought to expand their limits. Then there are those rare artists whom morph into their instrument, allowing their soul […]

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The Sound of Listening – Christian Scott – Montreal Jazz Festival 2016

Trumpet virtuoso Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah returned this year to the Montreal Jazz Festival with a brand new sextet, blessed with the fresh air of all his young musicians. For three consecutive nights this 33-year-old New Orleans-born musician filled the Gesù with high-quality music – and energy. Thursday was for his sextet, but on Friday […]

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Solveig Slettahjel, Knut Reiersrud, With In The Country  « Trail of Souls »

Tribute to Norwegian Jazz. It was the idea of an evening at « Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic », wanted by Siggi Loch, the inspired boss of Act label. Vocal : a great lady of jazz, Solveig Slettahjell, very folk-blues voice, with the trio “In the Country » : Morven Qvenild, piano and synth, Roger Arntzen on bass and Paul Hausken on drums / percussion. The surprise guest of […]

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Dr. Lonnie Smith « Evolution » (Blue Note)

This is another “Smith“, Jimmy namely, organist by profession, who gave the envy, listening to his albums, to the young teenager Lonnie to persevere in the Hammond organ study. A few years later, at the Pine Grill, a jazz club in Buffalo where he was born in 1942 and where he played from time to time, the young organist will […]

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