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Label: We See Music Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Phobos; 9777; Interlude; Felix; Actual Game; Deimos; Tarot; Poison; Thyroxine; Like Fat Cats; Duke, The Great;


Simon Martineau


Simon Martineau est un guitariste de jazz, originaire des Pays de la Loire, installé à Paris depuis 2006. Leader d’un quartet avec Robin Nicaise, Blaise Chevallier et Fred Pasqua (album ​"One." ​WeSeeMusicRecords, 2018) et lauréat du Prix International d’Orchestres Jazz (Matmut 2017, 2ème Prix), il se produit régulièrement sur la scène Jazz française et européenne. En tant que sideman, on le retrouve dans le trio du batteur Thomas Delor, groupe avec lequel il réalise plusieurs tournées en France, en Belgique, au Luxembourg et aux Pays Bas (album "The Swaggerer"​, Fresh Sound New Talent, 2018)



Label: We See Music Records
Released: 2016



Label: We See Music Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Kind Folk;It Should Have Been A Normal Day (In Memory..); Charade (Impro 1A); Bounce One; Keepin It Quiet; Smog (Impro 1C); J.Z.; Shine On Your Crazy Diamond; Rage (Impro 2); Innocent Victims; Equalibrium (Impro 3); Bounce Ten.


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Tom Thumb

Label: We See Music Records
Released: 2016
Duration: 04:29


Article: Album Review

Bounce Trio: Contrasts

Read "Contrasts" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

At the heart of things, the Bounce Trio's Contrasts is a set of good time organ jazz, coming out of the tradition of Jimmy Smith, Jack McDuff, Dr. Lonnie Smith, three organists who emerged in the 50s and 60s, riding a highly engaging urban soul jazz wave. But in a genre that seems more resistant to ...


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