Laurent Coq Blowing Trio | Live@the Duc Des Lombards

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Live@the Duc Des Lombards

by Laurent Coq Blowing Trio

First album of this unique trio recorded at the famous Parisian Jazz Club. It received the Grand Prix Charles Cros award.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Act Up
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2. Calle Princesa
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3. Crush
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4. Little Man
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5. Raspberry Jam
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6. Staten Island
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Album Notes
Laurent Coq piano
Olivier Zanot alto
David El-Malek tenor

People think you're blasé, through with surprise. And then, hitting you in the face, after eight hundred and forty weekly "Jazz Clubs", comes this funny trio - one piano, two saxophones - that plays strong and originals works, elaborated inside and crunchy at the ear, and that gives you the will to go back to childhood and feel the urge to glutton some. For this music seems to have the pure desire to say deep things without the drama, thorough and true, and probably as simple as life, love, peace, fresh water, blue sky, and the fear to lose them all.

Claude Carrière

Kind of like the right concert, at the right moment, at the right place.
Jonathan Duclos-Arkilovitch Jazzman****, march 02

Innovating, delicate, this jazz of intelligences deserves more than just your attention: your support..
Matthieu Devert Jazz Magazine, CD d'emoi, april 02

(...) Laurent Coq is also a remarkable composer (...) who doesn't leave much room for clichés.
Thierry Quenum Piano le Magazine

Originals compositions (...) are full of sweetness, maturity and loads of emotion.



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