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Les Indignés

by C.B.G

C.B.G “A volcano that erupts over and over again, mother nature constantly exploding into new forms. Replace the volcano with music and you get the same effect, at least if you listen to CBG: the Celano / Baggiani Group” JazzNu, Rinus van der Heijden, NL
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Les Indignés
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2. Bin Laden's trial
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3. Parcelas desiguales
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4. Morphology: The form
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5. Morphology: Emptiness
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6. Demagogical Dreams of a Beautiful World
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7. Borges and My Father
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8. Bicicleta Boy
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Album Notes
This CD represents a very special chapter in the history of the C.B.G
In 2011 the Celano/Baggiani group (thereon with Michael Moore on reeds and Sven Schuster on double bass) did a tour in collaboration with duo Sylvie Courvoisier / Ellery Eskelin (piano and tenor sax).
During that period Guillermo Celano and Marcos Baggiani entered the studio to make this very spontaneous recording with Ellery Eskelin and Clemens van der Feen on double bass.
This CD was meant to come out in 2012 but at that time they were working on other projects/recordings and decided to postpone the release of the material.
This year the band celebrates 10 years of work and music and we feel it is the right moment to bring out this hidden gem.
We hope you enjoy it.

Recorded in Amsterdam at Tracking room studios by Hans Koomans in October 2011.
Mixed and master by Peter Pfister at Mobiles Tonstudio, Switzerland.
Many thanks to Ellery and Clemens for the inspiration and their commitment to the music.
Thanks to Hans Koomans and Peter Pfister for their refined work and thanks to the Trytone Team for their support.

Ellery Eskelin: tenor saxophone
Guillermo Celano: guitar
Clemens van der Feen: double bass
Marcos Baggiani: drums



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