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The Red Rock Hot Club - Gyptology (2005)

27-02-2014, 05:02
Music | Jazz | Instrumental | World

The Red Rock Hot Club - Gyptology (2005)

Artist: The Red Rock Hot Club
Title Of Album: Gyptology
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Rich Daigle
Genre: Jazz, Swing, Gypsy Swing
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 1:10:14
Total Size: 150,93 MB
Website: Amazon

The Red Rock Hot Club is recognized as one of the top American Gypsy Jazz Ensembles. Founded in 1999, and led by the swinging guitar styling’s of Rich D’aigle, the group specializes in Gypsy Jazz; a European take of an American Art form. With the added help of Pat and Scott Terry, on guitar and bass, the core of the hot club delivers the sound of Paris (ala 1937), spot on, all the while making it fun and informative.
Guitar genius, Django Reinhardt, along with violinist, Stephane Grappelli, formed the original Hot Club of France in 1937. By intertwining their European roots with American Swing rhythms, based on the masterful phrasings of Louis Armstrong, they subsequently created an entirely new, and yet refined, Jazz genre. The Genre has many names, Gypsy Swing, Jazz Manouche and Hot Swing; but, no matter what you call it, this music ranges from Sweet and Lowdown ballads to hard-swinging, heart-pumping tempos, whose antique harmony create an atmosphere that hooks any listener.
The 2009 Red Rock Hot Club release, “Gypsy Daydream” is receiving rave reviews from the world’s most distinguished Jazz critics. Django Biographer, and foremost Gypsy Jazz authority, Michael Dregni, says, “This album of Gypsy Jazz is the real deal… and lifts them above the ordinary” (Vintage Guitar Magazine June 09’ ). Frank Forte, (Just Jazz Guitar Magazine), calls the music, “Relaxed and tasteful with gigantic technique!” Veteran Jazz reviewer, Scott Yanow, has said, “Django would have enjoyed this CD, and would certainly sit in with the Red Rock Hot Club!” (L.A. Jazz Scene Magazine April 09’ )


1. All Of Me - 4:03
2. Ten Years Gone - 3:35
3. I'll See You In My Dreams - 3:28
4. Viper's Dream - 5:01
5. Dimonic Blues - 3:53
6. Manoirs Des Mes Reves - 7:49
7. You Rascal You - 3:32
8. Gyptology - 6:47
9. Bellville - 2:52
10. Blue Drag - 6:13
11. Bossa Dorado - 4:25
12. Blackwind - 3:44
13. Seul Ce Soir - 11:12
14. Well You Needn'T - 3:42


Rich Daigle -Guitar
Originally from the great state of Maine, Rich graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelors Degree in Jazz and Contemporary Music. Rich has made Utah his home for the last 10 years, where he teaches and plays music full time, and has received numerous local awards in the field.
Rich has Toured and played with members of Blood Sweat and Tears and the Grammy Nominated group Rare Silk.

Doug Wright - Bass
Doug is a Native Utahn and this guy can Swing a bass line like a hammer. Doug's bass skills have made him one of the most popular faces in the Salt lake music scene. You can hear him with local bands like Six Sided Box, True Grit, Atomic Deluxe, Ice Burn, and many more. Doug also teaches, so if you'd like to learn how to swing on the bass he's the man.

Dr. Charlie Ayers - Rhythm Guitar
Often referred to as "Dr. Rhythm", Charlie is originally from Iowa. Thankfully, he still found time to play his guitar while studying to become an MD. Charlie is band's Gypsy Style Musicologist, and is probably the area's foremost authority on the subject. Gypsy style Rhythm guitar is considered an art form, there is no other musical style that allows a guitar to replace a set of drums. There's no list of bands for Charlie, he's too busy doing things like Healing the sick, Curing Disease, and Saving lives. (oddly enough, those all sound like band names)

Page Mcginnis - Guitar
Page is also from Utah, and is one of the areas finest pickers. He's a jack-of-all-trades on the guitar. He brings a cool mix of Bluegrass and blues to the band, and is just as comfortable in the style of jazz. Very few players can reach that kind of level. You can find Page playing around the Salt lake scene with groups like, Sweet Loretta, Purdy Mouth, Jenk, and many more.

Stuart Maxfield - Violin
Stuart is a Utah native and little is known about this violin wonderkid other that he can pickup most instruments and just play. He's currently studying at BYU, and we certainly hope that won't affect his jazz chops! just kidding.

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