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Van Django - Tiptoe Trip (2007)

13-12-2013, 19:10
Music | Jazz | Instrumental

Van Django - Tiptoe Trip (2007)

Artist: Van Django
Title Of Album: Tiptoe Trip
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: CD Baby
Genre: Jazz Swing, Gypsy Jazz
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 14 tracks - 50 minutes
Total Size: 116,60 MB

VAN DJANGO is a group of four talented musicians inspired by the music of Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grapelli's 1930's gypsy jazz group "Quintet Of The Hot Club Of France". Their arrangements and original compositions draw on a galaxy of musical styles while remaining true to the classic sound of the quintet. With skill zest and humour Van Django weave their magic, combining the rich gypsy tradition with their many diverse musical influences.
The lads are forging an original westcoast sound, featuring virtuosic solos, bouncy rhythm, witty arrangements and an infectious sense of fun!
VAN DJANGO have played numerous festivals and concerts since their inception, including; the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, The Wooden Ships Festival, The Vancouver Sun Concert Series, tours across Canada and parts of the US. They have twice been featured on the CBC’s ‘Hot Air’ radio show and recently in a live broadcast on Disc drive in celebration of Mozart 250th Anniversary.
In January 2007 they Van Django played in a benefit concert "The Glory of the Violin" at the Chan Centre, featuring a "Who's Who" of Canada's finest violinists playing some of the greatest violin masterpieces.


1. Tiptoe Trip
2. Limehouse Blues
3. Chanson De Cowboy
4. Dinah
5. Belleville
6. Blue Drag
7. Smoke On The Caravan
8. Airmail Special
9. Lazin' With Ita
10. Swing 39
11. Blue DJango
12. Mozart Medley
13. And Another Thing
14. Lucky Day

Musicians & Info:

A UBC graduate, Cameron Wilson is currently a member of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, CBC Radio Orchestra, and Joe Trio. As well as a violinist, Cameron is also a composer/arranger and his works have been performed by the Victoria, Vancouver and Charlotte Symphonies, as well as by many other ensembles and soloists across Canada and the United States. He has worked with George Bowering, Canada's poet laureate and the CBC Radio Orchestra on a "Canadian Carnival", a Canadian rendition of Saint-Saens' classic "Carnival of the Animals". He has also collaborated with CBC author and storyteller Stuart McLean and the CBC Radio Orchestra on the "History of Canada" a sendup of our nation's history and "I Remember Wayne" a fictitious account of Wayne Gretzky's boyhood next door neighbour. Both stories will be released as a CD on CBC records in the autumn of 2006.

Budge collaborates with a stellar cast of diverse artists including: play-write Thompson Highway, Tango Paradiso, Victoria Symphony, Ache Brazil, Terry Frewer, Brad Turner, Olam, Sarah Marshall, Leora Cashe, and many others... 
He is featured on several film soundtracks: Head In The Clouds, Eulogy, Sisterhood Of TheTravelling Pants and recently he composed, played and recorded his first feature film soundtrack for the film, "Love And Other Dilemmas". His work as a performer, producer and composer can be found on numerous recordings including Tango Paradiso, Ache Brazil, Sarah Marshall, Leora Cashe, Olam, Gypsalero ....
Currently Budge is on the faculty of Guitar Worshop Plus where he taught a "Gypsy Jazz Seminar" along with John Jorgenson, at UBC summer 2006.

FINN MANNICHE, Guitar & Cello
Finn is a versatile and passionate musician with a Music degree fron UBC and a penchant for playing anything and everything, whether on guitar or cello. He plays Swing and New Music, Bach to Bacharach, Surf and other worldly sounds. He can be heard playing live and on CD with: the Armadillo String Quartet, Ensemble Symposium, the Jazzmanian Devils, Soul Crib, the Paperboys, Denzel Sinclair, 54/40, Murray McLauglin, Mae Moore and Cam Wilson’s varying orchestral extravanganzas.

Laurence Mollerup is on the music faculty of Vancouver Community College and Capilano College. He has performed with Alan Matheson, Adama, Tango Paradiso, Vancouver New Music, and as an extra with the Vancouver Opera, and the Vancouver and Victoria Symphony Orchestras. He also performs regularly in musical theatre and records for radio, television, and feature film soundtracks including “The French Guy”, “Emile”, “Live Bait” and “A Place Called Chiapas”.

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