Albert et son Orchestre | Sous Le Pont

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Sous Le Pont

by Albert et son Orchestre

Breathing new life into the Gypsy Jazz tradition, Albert croons original songs in French and English with accordion, guitar, violin and double bass. Best paired with a good bottle of French red wine.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Weeping Willow
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2. Under Your Breath
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3. La Mer Amere
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4. Les Yeux Bleus
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5. Le Pont Mirabeau
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6. Rusted Hope
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7. Kiss Me Eurydice
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8. The Waltz from Beyond
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9. Voice from Heaven
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10. Don't Be Cruel to Me
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11. I'd Rather Sing to My Dogs
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12. Out of Nowhere
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13. Dark Eyes
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'Sous le Pont' (Under the Brige) is an homage to Guillaume Apollinaire's poem 'Le Pont Mirabeau." Breathing new life into the Gypsy Jazz tradition, Albert (pron. Al-Bear) croons original songs in French and English on the accordion. He is joined by guitar virtuoso Vic Wong, violinist Alen Cileli and Kenan O'Brien on double bass. A California native, Albert lived in France for several years, absorbing the language and the joie de vivre. He honed his accordion and vocal skills in the Jazz Manouche jams of Paris, where Django Reinhardt's lineage still burns bright. Albert's songs evoke tragic love, Greek mythology, and the slums of 1930s Paris. He has performed with the Kronos Quartet and is now based in Brooklyn, NY.


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