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Fabien Mary Octet “Left Arm Blues (and Other New York Stories)”

Fabien Mary has frequented a lot the New York jazz scene, a place where survival requires strong character and a strong temperament. Trained at this rough school, the trumpet player, forced to no longer practice his instrument following a fracture of the right clavicle, took advantage of this forced rest to write the compositions of […]

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Timothée Robert, “Vide Médian”

With his “Vide Median” album, Timothée Robert opens bridges between the West and the East, between spirituality and music, and between philosophy and creation. His contrasting music sways constantly between dark atmospheres and bright bursts, focused on the concepts of tension and relaxation. At 27, already rich of a musical experience where he touched at […]

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Kurt Elling – « The Questions »

Kurt Elling, one of the current Jazz great voices, rewarded, recognized by the public, critics and many musicians, reaches now unanimity. He comes back with a wonderful album: “The Questions.” This album is co-produced by Branford Marsalis. Branford did invite Kurt in his last CD « Upward Spiral »   which we had shown in this magazine and to […]

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Baptiste Herbin – Dreams and Connections

The talented and fiery traveler saxophonist comes back with in his wallet, a third album “Dreams and Connections” even more advanced than the two previous ones that had already convinced a unanimous criticism. I never bet. Neither on the most beautiful conquest of the man (the equine obviously …) nor in the slot machines and other machines […]

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