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Yves Marcotte

Yves Marcotte started music at the age of nine, studying classical percussions. It was only after sound engineer studies that he started to learn the bass, first in Lille with Yves Torchinsky, then in Paris with Jean Bardy and Marc Buronfosse. He then went to Switzerland where he graduated in Jazz Composition at HEMu Lausanne, studying with Emil Spanyi (composition), Bänz Oester (Bass) and Malcolm Braff. Self-defined more as a musician than a bass player or composer, he kept from his percussions’ study a multi-instrumentist’s mindset, trying to express himself using different instruments and writing approaches, depending on the musical context

Always Know Monk

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Criss Cross/Misterioso; San Francisco Holiday/Let's Cool One; Shuffle Boil/Rhythm-a- ning/Thelonious; Introspection/Light Blue; Oska T; Children's Song/Gallop's Gallop; Pannonica

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Criss Cross/Misterioso

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Duration: 6:21


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