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Jazz & Juice: Bordeaux meets Duke Ellington

Featuring the music of Kristen Lee Sergeant
Duration: 6:18

Kristen explores Bordeaux's left bank by way of Duke's journey to Japan. You can read about it here.

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Jérôme Masco

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Rupert Leighton

Pianist, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist & composer of music ranging from funk 'n' groove to jazz, blues, boogie-woogie & atmospheric chill-out. "I've had a love of music stretching back as far as I can remember. Began composing music in my mid-teens and have since released 10 albums. Early influence was predominantly jazz & blues piano players such as Oscar Peterson, Jools Holland & Monty Alexander but soon started to get into funk and add other styles into the mix. Released my first album ‘Beyond Reflection’ way back in 2005 but it was my second album ‘Take the Sidewalk’ when I really found my 'sound'

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Colin Alexander Smith

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Jazz and rock guitarist based in Bordeaux, France

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Timo Metzemakers

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Né en 1970, Timo Metzemakers est un contrebassiste de la scène jazz bordelaise. Après une formation initiale au CMA de Joseph Ganter, il monte le groupe de jazz original Grand Six à la fin des années 1990, travaille avec le bluesman Victor Brox (Vivant chez Hologramme, 1997, Kyla Jane & Victor with The Brox Gang, 1998), le chanteur Marc Delmas (Souris Donc, 1999). En 1999 et 2000, il accompagne le musicien électro Le Tone (Rocky 8, 1999) en tournée en Europe, au Canada et ailleurs. Il monte le duo électro Nababs avec Monsieur Gadou (Nababs 13, 10 Marta, Nus pixellistes), collabore avec le metteur en scène Renaud Cojo

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News: Performance / Tour

Hear Palmer 2016 Featuring the Archie Shepp Quartet

Hear Palmer 2016 Featuring the Archie Shepp Quartet

Music in the Cellar, Music in the Soil It’s Château Palmer’s secret garden, in the shadow of its vineyards, at the heart of its village: the winery. It’s here, in the spring, that the year’s assemblages are expressed for the first time… in music. For, although these primeurs may certainly be tasted, they may also be ...

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Article: Album Review

Kent Carter Rivière Ensemble: Oratorios and Songs

Read "Oratorios and Songs" reviewed by John Eyles


Over years, the Emanem label has built a reputation for fine releases by interesting and adventurous string ensembles such as Stellari String Quartet and Barrel. Preceding such groupings, the label released The Juillaguet Collection (Emanem, 1999) by the duo of Kent Carter and Albrecht Maurer on double bass and violin, respectively, and Intersections (Emanem, 2006) by ...

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Article: Album Review

Christine Wodrascka/ Jean Luc Cappozzo/ Gerry Hemingway: Grey Matter

Read "Grey Matter" reviewed by John Sharpe


Impromptu meetings between improvisers hailing from diverse backgrounds are by now a commonplace event. But it's less usual is for the resultant grouping to take on a collective name, the surnames or initials normally sufficing for commoditization. For a group to perform under a moniker implies both a sense of purpose and a strong shared identity, ...

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News: Event

The Daniel Humair Quartet plays the 2013 vintage of Château Palmer

The Daniel Humair Quartet plays the 2013 vintage of Château Palmer

Hear Palmer, already a habit, always a surprise... Since the 2009 vintage, Palmer reveals its new vintage in music. This year, the 2013 vintage was interpreted by the Daniel Humair Quartet. You can now enjoy the concert on Hear-Palmer.com. Palmer and jazz—A common philosophy. Like Palmer, jazz has deep roots, with a long history that has ...


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