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Mezcal Jazz Unit | Tim Gio

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Tim Gio

by Mezcal Jazz Unit

This is a cool meeting between the european band Mezcal Jazz Unit and some famous traditional vietnamese musicians, featuring also the most famous vietnamese jazz musician Tran Manh Tuan. Recorded in Saigon 2005.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nuoc
7:39 album only
2. Chercher Le Vent
10:21 album only
3. Lotus
5:15 album only
4. Mua Roi
8:32 album only
5. Neil and Dave Part 1
4:16 album only
6. Dance for the Princess
8:19 album only
7. Monkey Business
4:05 album only
8. Jade
6:40 album only
9. Cent Pour Cent
5:44 album only
10. Neil and Dave Part 2
1:59 album only


Album Notes
This production was born out of the friendship between two groups of musicians who, although coming from very different musical traditions, have more in common than one might imagine. What they share is the capacity to improvise, to create a unique universe of sound based on a musical idea.
This recording is the expression of this shared and priviliged experience between musicians.

The band is composed by:
Christophe Azema : sax alto
Pierre Diaz : saxs tenor & soprano
Emmanuel de Gouvello : basse
Lionel Martinez : batterie
Thomas Carbou : guitare


Cao Ho Nga : dan t’rưng, dan tranh
Nguyen Thu Thuy : dan nhị
Nguyen Anh Tan : dan bau, dan kim
Tran Mạnh Tuan : saxs alto & soprano

Recorded in december 2005, in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh), Vietnam
by Robert Eddy. Management and project producer: Eliza Riley



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