Lulu Weiss | Palatine Summer

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Jazz: Gypsy Jazz Jazz: World Fusion
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Palatine Summer

by Lulu Weiss

A delightful presentation and performance of hot swing, musette, Hungarian folklore and gypsy jazz
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Ninet
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3:27 album only
2. Dinelli Secunta
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4:30 album only
3. Go dives hals du noch basch mande
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3:36 album only
4. J'Attendrai
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4:14 album only
5. Swing Valse Lauterbach
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1:54 album only
6. Syrakus
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3:43 album only
7. Djschine du noch go ziro
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4:19 album only
8. Valse le soraie
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1:48 album only
9. Czardas
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2:57 album only
10. Dinah
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3:44 album only
11. Rosa
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6:13 album only
12. Chou Chou
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3:08 album only
13. Manoir de mes reves
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5:33 album only
14. Undecided
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15. Czardas Endo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lulu Weiss: „You know, Grimming, I come from a Sinti family with a long musical tradition. Oskar Weiss taught me and my brother, Caruso, the guitar in his music school in Landau. He used to take us to his performances - in the days when they played for a meal and passed the hat around. His way of doing things left a lasting impression and conveyed the delight in playing to us and many other musicians in our family.“

„Gypsy jazz guitarist Lulu Weiss swings like there‘s no tomorrow. The sum is a driving, rollicking sound that is more rootsy and grounded in traditional gypsy music than anything recorded by Django Reinhardt and his famous Hot Club.“


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