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Samarabalouf - Samarabalouf (2000)

19-01-2016, 06:30
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Samarabalouf
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: L'Autre Distribution
Genre: Swing, Jazz Manouche
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log)
Total Time: 39:57
Total Size: 204 MB


01. Les Nababs - 3:35
02. Zarbie Pas Touche La Mouche - 2:47
03. 20 Septembre - 4:15
04. Jaja - 5:02
05. Couscous Frites Mescal - 3:29
06. Dm - 4:04
07. Petite Valse - 3:01
08. Couet - 2:44
09. Tournevis - 3:15
10. Triste - 3:13
11. Tangos - 2:22
12. It's No Good - 2:10

guitar solo - Francois Petit
bass - Isabelle Petit Felix
rhythm guitar - Nicolas Ionas

Samarabalouf is led by Francois Petit, a guitarist nurtured on Django Reinhardt, on Eastern European music and on Oriental music. He specializes is Selmer-type acoustic guitar, and it is from this instrument, this culture that he composes instrumental pieces. Accompanied by a rythmic guitar and by a double bass, Francois plays different colors while keeping his personalmarks. From Django’s music, only the tones and therythmics have been kept. He uses these methods to create a repertoire going from Boogie-Blues, to Flamenco Rock and integrates different popular musics such as the Waltz, the Tango, the Rumba and the Slow number.
On stage his energy, cohesion, sharing, without forgetting his virtuosity bring the listener on a trip between roaming reverie and pleasure to live it up where soft and doleful or festive and delightful notes are mixed. And as each interpreted piece tells a story, the Trio presents them with a good amount of humor and of social interaction.

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