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Tea’s new release “Grand Cru” is an electro-pop album with many influences, jazz, lounge and soul, and includes legendary keyboardist and “the godfather of Acid Jazz,” special guest Brian Auger. After producing Auger’s recent solo album “Language of the Heart,” Tea has continued the collaboration. “Brian has been a big inspiration in the development of the songs of the new album, the color and energy…his sound is a signature and we think it fits well in Tea’s world.” The 11-song release features Sabrina Williams, a soul singer and poet in Los Angeles and Inès Murer, an Austrian-Belgian singer/songwriter living in France. Tea is all about groove and atmosphere, a mix of dreams and travels, a multi-cultural crossroad. Tea’s second album is “Dreams.” Their first release is “Voyages du Jour.” Guitarist Franck Balloffet, from Lyon, France, and Southern California drummer/keyboardist Phil Bunch first met as members of Los Angeles’ premier African band, Bateke Beat, featuring multi-instrumentalist Fidel Bateke, formerly of Fela Kuti’s ensemble from Nigeria

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So Long Seven

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So Long Seven is a delicious mix of jazz, classical, blues, folk, and music from around the world is both a funky, relentless force and an atmospheric cornucopia of sound.

Nestled in the rhythmic drive of tabla player Ravi Naimpally, Neil Hendry (guitar), William Lamoureux (violin), and Tim Posgate (banjo) create an aural space beyond boundaries. This highly skilled quartet references several global traditions including traditional musical forms of India, Europe, Africa and the many musical traditions of the Americas, in a unique and cohesive cultural bridge.

So Long Seven has performed with Canada’s top global music venue, Small World Music, and plays concerts and clubs across the country. From a tour of Vancouver Island, appearances at Victoria Jazz Festival, Ontario’s Hillside Music Festival, and Sunfest, the band is a national force. The band has also performed internationally with multiple concerts across Europe.


Article: Live Review

Hong Kong International Jazz Festival 2019

Read "Hong Kong International Jazz Festival 2019" reviewed by Rob Garratt

Hong Kong International Jazz Festival 2019 Hong Kong City Hall; Hong Kong Park Hong Kong September 22, 25-27 We've long been told that jazz is a world language, but regional dialects are becoming an increasingly louder part of the conversation. Sitting conceptually, if not geographically, on the nexus ...


Article: Year in Review

Popular Tracks: 2018

Read "Popular Tracks: 2018" reviewed by Michael Ricci

All About Jazz tracks how often a featured song is heard, and the following represent the most popular in 2018. If you missed them the first time around, give them a listen now, and enjoy! Sway Sara LaCombe Sophisticated Lady Saraphim Records Featured: August 26, 2018 ...


Grand Cru

Label: Teajuana Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Trapeze, Drive Me Away, I Can, Natural, Cargo, Wonder One, Princess, Three Sides, Domino, Was I Supposed to Care, Never Wake Me


Song of the Day


Label: Teajuana Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 5:04



Label: Teajuana Music
Released: 2009


News: Recording

Tea Releases Second Album: "Dreams"

Tea Releases Second Album: "Dreams"

TEA is the production team of guitarist Franck Balloffet, from Lyon, France, and Southern California drummer-keyboardist Phil Bunch. They are the producers of “Voyages du Jour,” and the new release, Dreams which are both a mixture of French and African original songs. F&P have currently been producing and collaborating with unique vocalists: Congolese vocalists Steve “Ikhaman” ...


Voyages Du Jour

Label: Teajuana Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Azan Nawa, Adjegule, Emméne Moi, Heroes Of The Sea, Al Hajii Yoo, Souvenue, Yia, Afri, Sinfomania, Sais Tu?, Fever, Tu, Baba


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