Jean-Marc Andres and the Belle Epoque | Havona Shores

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Havona Shores

by Jean-Marc Andres and the Belle Epoque

Original acoustic music with a European flavor
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Andon and Fonta
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2. Pourquoi Pas
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3. Corsica
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4. La Valse de Nebadon
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5. Yellow Cab Ride
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6. Havona Shores
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7. Apero Tropical
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8. Sepia
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9. Piece of Cake
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10. Banjo de Barbarie
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11. Around Kailash
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12. Le Vol Du Bourbon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hello,

here's a few words about my album:

From Paris, France, "The Belle Epoque Ensemble" presents Havona Shores a CD of 12 original acoustic tunes with a european flavor.
The band is all acoustic with banjo,violin,guitar,mandolin accordina and bass with a few guests on piano, cello and ukulele

Here's a few words about the author:

I'm Jean-marc Andres, a french born banjo player.
After playing with french singer Hugues Aufray and then touring the US for several seasons with the french band "Transatlantic Bluegrass", I moved to Woodstock(NY) to play the banjo for John Herald and the guitar, mandolin and banjo for a local trio named "Acoustic News".
After a few years I moved south to Florida to work the local scene in a duo, again playing acoustic adaptations of popular songs on guitar, banjo and mandolin.
Moving further south, to the Carrabeans, I played local music with a local band for about 3 years before moving back to France.
Then, I released my first solo album "ZARANA" a ragtime duo with piano and banjo.The CD LUCETTINA, with The Belle Epoque Ensemble, was realeased in august 2005.


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