Marcel Aucoin | Weird Cocktail

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Weird Cocktail

by Marcel Aucoin

Quirky jazz trio with lots of organ, accordion, glockenspiel, cheap synthesizers,s amples, and even a little spoken word.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Compartment Living marcel aucoin
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2. Phone People marcel aucoin
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3. Glamourama marcel aucoin
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4. Look marcel aucoin
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5. Kitten marcel aucoin
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6. Moderately, With a Steady Beat marcel aucoin
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7. He Said (parenthetically) marcel aucoin
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8. Weird Cocktail marcel aucoin
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9. Weird Cocktail Blues marcel aucoin
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10. No Sleep marcel aucoin
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Album Notes
"....simple but catchy tracks..." fragments of swing, bop, gospel, Latin and more....entertaining..."

Geoff Chapman, The Toronto Star

"Marcel Aucoin's WEIRD COCKTAIL is a corkscrewed concoction that goes down easy, combining a searcher's sensibility with influences from the exotica end of the jazz spectrum and a vigorous sense of fun. Aucoin has one ear cocked to the experimental aspects of his genre while making the music accessible to anybody marinated in late-20th-century pop culture -- a more difficult trick to pull off, without succumbing to total cliche, than it seems."

- Carl Wilson, The Globe and Mail

" of Canada's best kept secrets..."

- Scott Marshall, saxophonist, composer, improviser


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Dean Drouillard

signs of brilliance!
As someone in constant search for a unique voice in the music I listen to, I was pleasantly surprised with Marcel's interesting and colourful approaches to melody and harmony. Some of my favourite musical moments I've ever heard occur on this recording. A groundbreaking work.