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Looking For Parker

Label: Bee Jazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Moose the Mooche; Laura; Billie's Bounce; The Gipsy; Shaw Nuff; April in Paris; Be-Bop; Day Drums; A Night in Tunisia; Lover Man; Red Cross; Out of Nowhere; Hot House.

Looking For Parker

Label: Bee Jazz
Released: 2013

Looking for Parker

Label: Out of Sight Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Moose the Mooche; 2. Laura; 3. Billie's Bounce; 4. Gipsy; 5. Shaw' Nuff; 6. April In Paris; 7. Be-Bop; 8. Day Drums; 9. Night In Tunisia; 10. Lover Man; 11. Red Cross; 12. Out of Nowhere; 13. Hot House


Manu Codjia – Géraldine Laurent – Christophe Marguet: Looking for Parker

Read "Looking for Parker" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il Parker di cui va alla ricerca il trio Codjia-Laurent-Marguet è ovviamente Charlie, il mitico Bird ben simboleggiato dall'uccellino presente in copertina. La formazione, ideata da Marguet ma assolutamente paritetica nella distribuzione di ruoli e responsabilità, ne ripercorre il repertorio in modo affettuoso, molto fedele nell'impostazione e nelle linee melodiche, meno nelle sonorità e nelle armonizzazioni. ...


Manu Codjia / Geraldine Laurent / Christophe Marguet: Looking For Parker

Read "Looking For Parker" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

It's very much a trio of equals that recorded Looking For Parker, but alto saxophonist Géraldine Laurent sometimes muscles her way out front. This is partly just the nature of the horn, and partly because she plays the same instrument as Charlie Parker, to whose music the record is dedicated. And most of all, Laurent, more ...


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