The French Scene - Part 2

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Here's more jazz from the scene by the Seine, featuring the lyricism of Emile Parisien, Vincent Courtois, the rhythmic hypnosis of The Recyclers and Benoit Delbecq, the sketches of Miles by Airelle Besson and Mederic Collignon, the urban vibes of Antoine Berjeaut and Guillaume Perret and much more.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Edward Perraud "Élévation" Espaces (Label Bleu) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:33
  • Barthelemy -Lazro -Marguet -Tchamitchian "Odile" Monsieur Clod (Deux Z) 5:37
  • Emile Parisien Quintet "Balladibiza I" Sfumato Live in Marciac (ACT) 10:59
  • Host talks 19:20
  • The Recyclers "Farfisa" Visit (Babel Label) 21:09
  • Benoît Delbecq "Yompa" Phonetics (Songlines) 26:53
  • Médéric Collignon "Billy Preston" Shangri Tunkashi-La (Plus Loin) 32:53
  • Host talks 38:24
  • Airelle Besson, Edouard Ferlet, Stéphane Kerecki "Manarola" Aïrés (Alpha) 39:39
  • Guillaume Perret & the Electric Epic "Kakoum" Guillaume Perret & the Electric Epic (Tzadik) 45:13
  • Antoine Berjeaut, Makaya McCraven "Diggin the White Room" Moving Cities (I See Colors) 53:33
  • Host talks 59:07
  • Vincent Courtois "The Road" Love of Life (La Buissonne Studios) 1:02:07
Photo credit: Hugues Lawson-Body

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