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French saxophonist is a true jazz visionary. Le Monde has called him "the best new thing that has happened in European jazz for a long time."
For his new quintet, alongside Manu Codjia, Simon Tailleu and Mario Costa, he had drafted in that great pre-eminence of German jazz piano, Joachim Kühn. The age difference didn't stand in the way of an instant creative symbiosis between them: the sparks started to fly in the concert hall from the get-go.
'Sfumato' is the result of what happened once this dream team found their way into a studio. Besides his close friend and musical brother-in-arms, the accordionist Vincent Peirani, another special guest joins the ensemble: French jazz legend and mentor to Parisien, Michel Portal.
What results is a group which brings generations together to create a sound-world rooted in the here and now. This is music in which the untrammelled imaginations of players and of listeners can roam in complete freedom, and will experience the joy of new discoveries.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||EMILE PARISIEN QUINTET (FEAT. JOACHIM KÜHN)|
|Music Genre Primary||Jazz|
- 1. Preambule
- 2. Poulp
- 3. Le Clown Tueur De La Fete Foraine I
- 4. Le Clown Tueur De La Fete Foraine II
- 5. Le Clown Tueur De La Fete Foraine III
- 6. Duet for Daniel Humair
- 7. Arome De L'air
- 8. Brainmachine
- 9. Umckaloabo
- 10. Balladibiza I
- 11. Balladibiza II