Joss Tellier | Assumer Le Doute (Duos)

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Assumer Le Doute (Duos)

by Joss Tellier

Guitar / drums improvisational pieces. Think slow - think fast.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Duo-Sonic
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4:12 album only
2. Secret De Chat 1
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9:02 album only
3. Scales / Assumer Le Doute
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5:38 album only
4. Arps / Secret De Chat 2
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6:54 album only
5. Secret De Chat 3
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3:52 album only
6. Proche D'heavy (La Ville D' ...)
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4:22 album only
7. Night Shift
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2:33 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joss Tellier - Electric Guitar, Drums (on # 1-5-7)
Phillipe Melanson - Drums (on # 2-3-4-6)


La musique sur ce disque provient d'une session de jour avec mon ami Phillipe Melanson, un génie de la batterie
dont le talent est immense et qui est encore tout jeune. J'avais quelques pièces, surtout des vignettes, dont Phil ne
ne savait rien - bien qu'il semble diriger sur plusieurs d'entres elles - et nous nous sommes donc lancés au hasard.
J'ai trouvé une sorte de beauté dans la manière de laisser la musique se créer comme d'elle-même et l'envie d'ajouter
des pistes ou d'éditer fût vite mise de côté au profit du 'temps réel'. J'ai fait deux autres duos avec moi-même, jouant sur une
Fender Duo-Sonic 1956 achetée pour une bouchée de pain dans un magasin d'usagé. Le titre du disque est inspiré par le fait
qu'il me semble risqué de faire paraître un disque de 'jams' à une époque de produits-jazz ultra léchés et serrés.
En espérant que le risque valait la peine (!) ...
J. Tellier, décembre 2011

The music on this record comes from a playful daytime session with my good friend Phil Melanson,
a drumming genius whose talent is way beyond his years. I had small tunes, mostly vignettes, which Phil
didn't know about- even though he seems to lead many of the tracks (!) - and we just 'went for it' . I found
a special kind of beauty in the way we just let the music happen, and the desire to overdub or edit was rapidly
discarded in favor on the 'real-time' events. I made two more duets with myself, featuring a 1956 Fender Duo-Sonic
I found in a bargain shop for nearly nothing. The record's title comes from not knowing whether releasing jams is a safe
or dangerous move in those ultra-slick jazz-record-making days . I hope it is safe to do so (!) ...

J. Tellier , december 2011

Recorded by J. Tellier at Doctor's Sound Clinic, april 2011
Mixed by J. Tellier at Doctor's Sound Clinic, september 2011
Mastered by Martin Roy at Chapman Studio, november 2011
Cover photo / graphics by Catherine Choquette
* * * * *
Thanks to Rehell, Wash, Don Luis, Dumas, and all our highly inspirational friends.
Thanks to Simone and Anne Bolin for the tea and memories.
Hats off to Gustav Bolin (1920-1999) for music-generating paintings.
Thanks to YOU.

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