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Sharp Turns

Label: Blujazz Productions
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD: The Speech; Kuki

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Moutin Reunion Quartet: Sharp Turns

Read "Sharp Turns" reviewed by Laurel Gross

Must it be pointed out that François and Louis Moutin are twins? Admittedly, it is a novelty to see these two handsome Gallic faces mirror-image each other in live performance, and on a special DVD side of Sharp Turns, by their Moutin Reunion Quartet. But live with them a little and it will become apparent that ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Moutin Reunion Quartet: Sharp Turns

Read "Sharp Turns" reviewed by John Kelman

Plenty has already been written about François and Louis Moutin, co-leaders of the Moutin Reunion Quartet, and the special simpatico they share as twin brothers. Over the course of three albums, including Something Like Now (Nocturne, 2005), the bassist and drummer have evolved a contemporary approach that, despite being largely acoustic, borrows as much--philosophically if not ...

Sharp Turns

Label: Blujazz Productions
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Speech; Kuki's Dance; Trane's Medley; A Good Move; Time Apart; Two Hits on the N.J.T.P.; A Blue Dream; Sharp Turns. DVD: Take It Easy; Echoing; Bird's Medley; Surrendering; Something Like Now.


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