Category: Alternative


  • Kajidal
    Guy Le Querrec - African flashback Le voyage africain de Romano Sclavis Texier est donc désormais une trilogie. Après Suite Africaine etCarnet de Routes,le trio signe cet automne African Flashback, composé cette fois à partir de 30 années de photographies africaines de Guy Le Querrec, par ailleurs l'un des grands maîtres du noir et blancjazz.
  • Nilrajas
    Sep 08,  · Featuring Aldo Romano on drums, Louis Sclavis on clarinet, and Henri Texier on bass, it is the third and last album of this amazing European Jazz trio. The idea behind this trio was initiated in by Guy Le Querrec, a renowned French photographer. who .
  • Gagar
    Read and write album reviews for African Flashback - Guy Le Querrec, Aldo Romano, Louis Sclavis, Henri Texier on AllMusic.
  • Jugul
    It is the tale s end of a year journey taken in performance tours and photographs through the African continent by veteran French musicians Aldo Romano (drums, guitar), Louis Sclavis (reeds Author: Nilan Perera.
  • Doushura
    ALDO ROMANO/LOUIS SCLAVIS/ HENRI TEXIER African Flashback Label Bleu **** A handsome booklet of Le Querrec's African pictures, going back to the s, comes with the CD.
  • Daizilkree
    Sep 09,  · " The trio and the griot " Romano, Sclavis, Texier & Le Querrec Four major personalities of the French jazz history have imagined the third chapter of an adventure started ten years ago. In , Guy Maurette, founder of “Jazz sous les manguiers”, which then became “The Jazz Week in Brazzaville”, decided to organize a French musicians tour.
  • Mejinn
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Romano - Sclavis - Texier*, Le Querrec* - African Flashback at Discogs. Complete your Romano - Sclavis - Texier*, Le Querrec* collection/5(17).
  • Vukree
    Suite africaine, an Album by Romano, Sclavis, Texier & Le Querrec. Released in on Label Bleu (catalog no. LBLC ; CD). Genres: Chamber Jazz. Featured peformers: Aldo Romano (drums), Louis Sclavis (clarinet, soprano saxophone), Henri Texier (double bass), Guy Le Querrec (photography), Philippe Teissier du Cros (engineer), Jean-Pierre Bouquet (mastering).
  • Nishicage
    (photo by Guy Le Querrec) Here are a number of my favorite African-influenced free jazz albums. There are surely hundreds of jazz albums that have direct African involvement (musicians and music), bands with some or even most tracks referring to Africa, its music and its rhythms, as with Kahil El'Zabar's music, Chris McGregor or Dudu Pukwana.

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