Mahieux Family Life Quartet | Peaux D'âmes

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Peaux D'âmes

by Mahieux Family Life Quartet

This album makes a “tribute” to the jazz drummers through compositions of French and American drummers, carefully selected by Jacques Mahieux, and reinterpreted by the quartet, twelve years after “Franche Musique” released on the label Hopi.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Flip
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2. 45° Angle
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3. Mank de Monk
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4. Be Serious
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5. Mirrors
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6. Station Debout Pénible
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This album makes a “tribute” to the jazz drummers through compositions of French and American drummers, carefully selected by Jacques Mahieux, and reinterpreted by the quartet, twelve years after “Franche Musique” released on the label Hopi. “Jacques Mahieux reinvented through his new quartet of young men’s clean lines of a jazz-based swing (…), and the frank emotion arousing the legacy of the masters, from the drive of Roy Haynes to the liberties of Paul Motian “(Gérard Rouy – Jazz Magazine 2000)


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