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The French Scene - Part 2

Read "The French Scene - Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Here's more jazz from the scene by the Seine, featuring the lyricism of Emile Parisien, Vincent Courtois, the rhythmic hypnosis of The Recyclers and Benoît Delbecq, the sketches of Miles by Airelle Besson and Médéric Collignon, the urban vibes of Antoine Berjeaut and Guillaume Perret and much more. Happy listening! PlaylistBen Allison ...

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Label: Discobole Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 03:07

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Antoine Berjeaut, Jeff Parker, Rita Marcotulli and More New Releases

Read "Antoine Berjeaut, Jeff Parker, Rita Marcotulli and More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Mondo Jazz's final stash of new releases of 2019 is the perfect way to end a year that has been generous and full of surprises. During this first hour we'll sample the music of many 'bands without borders' as well as tributes to Mose Allison, Dewey Redman and Bernard Herrmann. Happy listening!

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Antoine Berjeaut: Moving Cities

Read "Moving Cities" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

Moving Cities nasce dalla collaborazione tra il trombettista francese Antoine Berjeaut e il batterista e produttore chicagoano Makaya McCraven, entrambi esponenti di “rottura" e fra i più attivi delle proprie scene jazz di riferimento: Berjeaut ha portato una ventata d'aria fresca nel jazz di Francia grazie a una serie di progetti collettivi molto innovativi e a ...

Moving Cities

Label: I See Colors
Released: 2019
Track listing: Triple A; Shadows; JP's Beats; The New Untitled (Potomac Avenue); Twelve Donkeys; Down the Clipper; Lost and Found; Lourau's Loop; Sci-Fi; Outro; Out to Seven [Digital Bonus Track]; Diggin the White Room [Digital Bonus Track].

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Running The Bas(s)es

Read "Running The Bas(s)es" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

In baseball parlance, “touch 'em all" refers to hitting a four-bagger, a home run. In this week's episode, we try to “touch" a whole bunch of wonderful contemporary bassists. The following would make up a pretty darn good all-star team of “bass" runners: John Hébert with Marty Ehrlich, Joshua Abrams, Drew Gress in Free Country, Sean ...

Theo Girard

After surveying scenes from 4 continents with projects as varied as Bratsch, Macha Gharibian, le Bruit du [sign], Sibiel or Volo, Théo Girard releases the first album in his name featuring french trumpet player Antoine Berjeaut and British drummer Seb Rochford (Sons of Kemet, Polar Bear). 30YearsFrom is a project that evokes the first fruits, the first spark, the birth. As Théo Girard explains : « I grew up in a musical environment, my mother was a freelance costume designer for the opera and my father was the founding violinist of Bratsch (a famous French band) and also played in free jazz bands like Alan Silva’s Celestrial Communication Orchestra in the 80s

30YearsFrom feat. Seb Rochford

Label: Discobole Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 30YearsFrom; Dassaud; 1993; La traversée du pont par le chameau; Tom & Jerry; Waiting For Ethiopia on a Bosphorus bridge; Théâtre du Soleil; The 6th part of the cake; NYC to Philly; La poésie des camions.


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