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Le Hakari

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2013

Album

E Total

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2012
Track listing: CD1: Good games; E total; Father Tom; Shit Happens; Start Peace. CD2: Superfrigo; Mirrors.

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Article: Album Review

MegaOctet: E Total

Read "E Total" reviewed by Anthony Shaw


As the 15-page spread in the May, 2012 issue of French Jazz Magazine demonstrated, Andy Emler is a Frenchman with a special gift. Not only a creative composer and arranger, as well as a broadly talented keyboardist, he is the man who has found ways to harness the redoubtable creative energies of his notoriously temperamental countrymen ...

Album

L'Imprévu

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2010

Album

As Soon As Possible

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2008

Album

Crossing life and strings

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2008

Album

Ends And Means

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2005

Album

Vents & Mar

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2005
Track listing: Lumieres; I Wish I Knew; The Bedroom (Fahrenheit 451); Tacha; My Favorite Things; See; Winds & Tides; If I Should Lose You; Naima; The Road (Fahrenheit 451); Lonnie's Lament; Paix.

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Article: Album Review

Jean-Sebastien Simonoviez: Vents & Mar

Read "Vents & Mar" reviewed by John Kelman


Possibly one of the most difficult challenges that any aspiring musician faces is coming to terms with translating technique into musicality. Students practice scales, physical technique, rhythm and harmony--trying to make their hands as fluid as possible and their minds so aware that these concepts become second nature. But when it comes time to play, all ...

Album

Vents & Mar

Label: La Buissonne
Released: 2003


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