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El Caliquenyo Del Califa

by Pere Soto & Django's Castle

Gypsy jazz, jazz manouche
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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4. Bolero Para Arely
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9. El Tio Sam Y Su Primo Pelagatos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Django’s Castle, one of the great guitarists most haunting
pieces, goes by the alternative title of Manoir De Mes Reves
(Manor Of My Dreams) and this Catalan quartet is certainly
the dream team among bands in the Hot Club of France
tradition.
DJANGO’S CASTLE is entirely devoted to jazz manouche,
gypsy jazz, but played from a special perspective: the
sound is a constant tribute to Django Reinhardt and his
music and the band preserves the natural emotion and
atmosphere of this style of jazz.
Formed in 1984 after the accomplished and versatile Pere
Soto discovered the gypsy sounds of Django, the band is
much admired throughout Europe and was one of the great
successes of the HMV Birmingham International Jazz
Festival 2002.
The band’s repertoire includes many well-known songs
(Nuages, Sweet Georgia Brown, etc.) but also such
obscurities as Vals De Montagne Sainte-Genevieve, a
Reinhardt original never
recorded by him.
Since the group’s first
appearance in the UK in
2001, DJANGO’S CASTLE have gone from strength to strength in Spain,
with highly successful concerts, appearances at the International Jazz
Festival Terrassa and Jazz Festival Menorca and radio and television
appearances on Catalan and Spanish national channels. They line up with
guitar star Pere Soto, rhythm guitarists Joan Ramon Punti and Josep
Traver, and bassist Joan Marti.
Meanwhile DJANGO’S CASTLE have a new CD on release, with many new
compositions by Pere Soto: not surprisingly, he has been accepted as a
member of the Contemporary Association of Catalan Composers, the
association of the highest-rated music composers in the country. But, new
compositions or not, Pere Soto’s proudest claim is that ‘Django’s Castle is
closer than ever to the famous Hot Club of France of Django Reinhardt and
Stephane Grappelli’.




django' s castle spanish bio

Era el año 1983 , hacia tiempo que Pere Soto, guitarrista en aquellos momentos dedicado
a la exploración del jazz y sus afines, había descubierto al guitarrista Django Reinhardt.
Pero todavía no se habían creado las circunstancias para iniciar la aventura de un grupo
de estas características.
Su unión primeramente con Oscar Roig (músico en la actualidad muy reconocido como compositor)
y más tarde con el violinista Roberto Lecaros, fue el detonante final para crear un grupo estilo
manouche, “gypsy jazz”.
Nacería “Django’s Castle”, grupo dedicado exclusivamente a homenajear al guitarrista Django
Reinhardt dentro siempre de un estilo personal y una visión muy personal de su líder, Pere Soto
gracias a sus propias composiciones y arreglos.
A lo largo de estos años han ido sucediendo diferentes formaciones. La primera fue en 1984 con
Roberto Lecaros - violín, Pere Soto - guitarra, Oscar Roig - guitarra, Tino Regueira - guitarra,
Manolo Diaz - contrabajo. Actualmente el grupo está formado por Pere Soto guitarra solista,
scatt, Josep Traver, guitarra rítmica y Joan Marti, contrabajo, voice y scatt.
Sus actuaciones más destacadas hasta el momento han sido:
Desde entonces y hasta la actualidad, Django’s Castle ha mantenido una línea de constante
homenaje a uno de los mejores músicos que nos dio el siglo XX, sin duda alguna, al mejor músico
de jazz europeo, el único que deslumbró a todo el mundo contemporáneo de su época, influyendo
tanto a americanos, como al resto del mundo, hablamos de Django Reinhardt.
El grupo tiene en el mercado dos Cds Nuages y Prisoners of Love y un tercero por salir Bolero
for Arely y han tenido una una buena acogida de prensa y criticas por diferentes países, Francia,
Inglaterra, Canada, Indonesia, etc…
• Festival de Jazz de Terrassa 2002 (Terrassa)
• Birmingham Jazz Festival 2001-02-03 (Birmingham, UK)
• Jamboree Jazz Club 2002 (Barcelona)
• Vall de Nuria 2002-03 (Girona)
• Albacete Jazz Festival 2002 (Albacete, España)
• Jazz Obert de Menorca 2002 (Ciutadella, Menorca)
• Jazz en la Nit 2003 (Premia de Dalt)
• Matins a Catalunya Radio (Barcelona)
• Bioritmes 2002 (programa de TV3)
• Festes de Maig 2002 (Badalona)
Pere Soto, guitarrista conocido en otros ámbitos del jazz y de la música
contemporánea por sus composiciones, discos internacionales, seminariosmaster-
class, producciones artísticas y diversidad de festivales y
acontecimientos internacionales alrededor del mundo como free-lance
o con su grupo.
Discos suyos han sido premiados por diferentes entidades musicales
como Jazz South Art Federation (USA) con su disco “Metanoic” 1992
el cual forma parte del archivo nacional holandés como disco histórico.
Ha tocado con músicos como:
John Engels • Arjen Gorter • Han Beninck • Dave Douglas
Tom Cora • Niko Langenhuisen • Lou Donaldson • Mike Clark
Jordi Rossy • Mario Rossy • Perico Sambeat • Sean Bergin
Jeff Ballard • Marc Miralta • Ben Allison • Bill Gerhardt
Joe Malinga • Albert Bover • J.M. Farras • Lonnie Smith
Joe Gallivan • Fay Victor • Carla Cook • David Xirgu
Alex Coke • Martin Van Duijhoven • Tristan Honsingen
Clare Foster • Ray Appleton (ex John Coltrane)
Jaco Abel • Big John Patton, etc.
En el 2002 sale en portada en la revista
de jazz inglesa Jazz Rag otoño 2002.
Actualmente utiliza una guitarra
modelo original “Pere Soto”
construida por Antonio Picado,
reconocido luthier español en todo
el mundo por sus guitarras.




PERE SOTO BIO

Born in Badalona (Catalonia, Spain) the 20 of november of 1958.
Guitar player, composer, arranger, music producer.
Self - taught musician. He has demonstrated a tremendous interest in all musical genres,
starting in the world of Rock and Blues and moving to Jazz. He has excelled in several groups
and as a solo artist, and he has made several recordings and performed in concerts and
festivals in the United States, Mexico and Europe.
Some of the most importants events are:
In 1992 his first Compact-disc, “Metanoic”, published in Holland with the Pere Soto
and Bill Gerhardt Quartet, was selected by Jazz South Federation (USA), best CD of the
month and broadcoasted all over the United States.
In 1994 his second CD of Pere Soto and Bill Gerhardt Quartet “Particular Vernacular”,
recorded in Brooklyn (N. York), played with;
Bill Gerhardt, Dave Douglas, Dave Liebman, Ben Allison and Jeff Ballard.
In 1999 appears with Big John Patton Band in the North Sea Jazz Festival, (Holland)
In 2000 his String Quartet nº 2 is performed by “ EL cuarteto de la ciudad de México”, in
Mexico City.
In 2004 he has played in Spain, Holland, England, México, and completed a three month long
tour USA-MEXICO (WaterTown, New York, Ashville, Charlotte, North Carolina, Greenville,
South Carolina, Austin, Texas, Pórtland, Oregon, San Miguel de Allende and Queretano
(México).
…as a GUITAR PLAYER
since 1984, he is leading the Catalan International gypsy jazz band “Django's Castle”
(www.chetman.com/django'scastle).
The band has been release 4 Cds: Nuages 2001, Prisoners of Love 2002, El caliqueño del Califa
2004 and Blue Drag 2004.
Also his song Menor-k blues from Prisoners of Love appears on the last recopilation Cd from
Hot Club Records, Norway, Django Festival 3- gypsy Swing today 2004 with big gypsy names
like Jimmy Rosenberg, Angelo Debarre, John larsen, Walter Malosetti, etc.
And play on severals Festivals and concerts around the world:
Birmigham Jazz Festival, England, Jazz Festival Terrassa, Spain, Watertown, NY, USA, etc…
and leads also other projects :
- Pere Soto√drums #2
- Pere Soto trio
- Pere Soto & TOTAL GUITAR PROJECT
As a free sideman he has been involved on differents projects from Be-bop to
Avantgarde music all over the world.
…As a COMPOSER
(http://members.sibeliusmusic.com/chetman)
In 1983 he discovered the music of J- S. Bach whose
spiritual force and enormous musical power struck him.
From the onwards, he inmersed himself in the world of
the classical composers. Special mention should be made
of three great maestros from last century, namely Charles
Ives, Olivier Messiaen, Bela Bartok.
His passion for the music and the composition is his life.
He has write for guitar, ensembles, string quartets, an
unfinish opera, piano, etc...
Since 2001 is a member of the ACC (asociation of catalan
composers). (http://www.accompositors.com)
Recents and upcoming performings:
-“String quartet nº 2”, México city, 2000
-“Mas alla de la Madre superiora for guitar, harp and
bandurria”
-“Lamento Molecular for Harp”,
-“El bufón de Liliput for two guitars”,
-“When the Ocean becomes Chromatic” for Harmonica
and quartet of clarinets.
CRONOLOGIC BIOGRAPHY
In 1985 produced and write the arrangements for orchestra for the
album Adoracion (gospel record) in Florida, USA.
Later in 1989, his own work “Coincidencias” was nominated on Radio Nacional 4
(Spain) as Best Record of the year, and was broadcast on short wave by Hilversum radio
station (Holland) around the world.
In 1989 produce his album “Coincidencias” with the best local players of Catalunya and
become the most broadcast jazz album of the jazz catalan history,.more than 1000
times in 2 years by Catalunya Radio.
Also was nominated on Radio Nacional 4 (Spain) for the Best Record of the year, and
was broadcast on short wave by Hilversum radio station (Holland) around the world.
In 1992 his first Compact-disc, “Metanoic”, published in Holland with the Pere Soto
and Bill Gerhardt Quartet, was selected by Jazz South Federation (USA), best CD of the
month and broadcoasted all over the United States.
In 1993 plays with Joe Gallivan at the Cova del Drac, Barcelona.
(Cecil Taylor enjoy de concert as an special guest).
In 1994 his second CD of Pere Soto and Bill Gerhardt Quartet “Particular Vernacular”,
recorded in Brooklyn (N. York), played with;
Bill Gerhardt, Dave Douglas, Dave Liebman, Ben Allison and Jeff Ballard.
In May 1997 he visited and played in San Francisco (California) at the Mouskoni center
for the Java conference.
In 1998 recorded with Fay Victor (USA) the Cd “In my Own Room” for Timeless
Records.
In 1999 appears with Big John Patton Band in the North Sea Jazz Festival, (Holland)
In 2000 plays at RADIO UNAM, México city with Roberto Aymes trio.
His string Quartet nº 2 is performed by “ EL cuarteto de la ciudad de México”, in México City.
In 2001 appears with his band Django’s Castle at the Birmingham Jazz Festival,
England with a tremendous success.
In 2002 several festival in spain and radio TV programs with Django’s Castle.
In 2003 does some colaborations with Craneo de Jade, México city. and Oaxaca and
Marta Saenz. Fiestas de Huajupan.
In 2004
-1º performing of the PERE SOTO & TOTAL GUITAR PROJECT, St. Cugat del Vallès,
Spain.
England tour July 2004
-Birmingham jazz Festival
-Warwick Festival
Usa tour 2004
-Watertown festival, NY
-North Carolina tour with Bill gerhardt, Mike Holstein, bass Byron Hedgepeth, drums,
etc…
-Concert for The Jazz Composers Forum at the Diana Wortham Theatre, Asheville
-Master class of Django Reinhardt and his music at the UNCA, university of Asheville,
NC.
-In Texas he has recorded on the Cd “Wake Up Dead Man” by saxophonist Alex Coke. While in
Texas he performed with Rich Harney, Chris Maresh, Chris Searles. And he has worked as an
Assistant arranger and scoring on the Tina Marsh project: “Courage of the Butterfly”.
-Radio concert-interview at KMHD Portland, Oregon
- San Miguel de Allende multidisciplinary performance with OSCAR MARTINEZ
(painter- visual artist) and special concert in the theatre Angela Peralta
Pere has played with :
John Engels, Arjen Gorter, Han Beninck, Dave Douglas, Tom Cora, Niko Langenhuisen,
Paul Stocker, Evan Tate, Lou Donaldson, Mike Clark, Jordi Rossi, Mario Rossy, Perico
Sambeat, Sean Bergin, Ron Brendel, Jeff Ballard, Marc Miralta, Ben Allison, Bill Gerhardt,
Joe Malinga, Joe Gallivan, Tony Moore, Roberto Lecaros, Mario Lecaros, Joan Marti,
Jordi Gardeñas, Salvador Font, Fay Victor, Carla Cook, David Xirgu, Mario Rossy, Alex
Coke, Marc Mommass, Martin Van Duijhoven, Tristan Honsingen, Clare Foster, Ray
Appleton, Alesis Cuadrado, Jasper Bloom, Clarence Becton, Joris Teepe, Jos Machtel,
Antonio Mesa, Dave Liebman, Lonnie Smith, Walter Lampe, Remy Alvarez, Aarón Cruz,
Hernan Hecht, Mike Holstein Byron Hedgepeth, Rich Harney, Chris Maresh, Chris Searles,
John Stowell, Eddie Parente, Tim Wilson,etc
REVIEWS
Warwick Festival 2004...England
this catalan group is certainly the dream team among bands in the Hot club of France
tradition...
BIRMINGHAM POST AUTUMN 2002, England
Django's castle is, paradoxically, both one of the most authentic and one of the most
original of the numerous Django-inspired bands, featuring the repertoire of the Hot
Club of France and Pere Soto originals in the Django tradition as well as standards.
Soto is steeped in Djangology, but his own compositions are anything but derivative.
He virtuoso guitar playing lies at the heart of the group, and he is so immersed in the
Django tradition that he even adopts the great man's fingering /two fingers short) for
the classic Nuages.
‘... a long- awaited return appearance from Django’s Castle, those magnificent
crusading Reinhardt obsessives from Barcelona. Pere Soto leads his fellow guitarists in
a glorious cascade of dancing notes ...’
BIRMINGHAM EVENING MAIL - JULY 2002, England
Pere Soto’s group’s distinctive brand of gypsy jazz
demanded attention with its compelling rhythms and
quirkily unexpected melodies.
THE JAZZ RAG (England)
' Pere Soto's distinctive brand of gypsy jazz
commands attention
with its compelling rhythms and quirkily unexpected
melodies.'
WILLIAM JAMES, BIRMINGHAM EVENING MAIL -
JULY 2002
DJANGO'S CASTLE Birmingham International Jazz Festival
The big hit of last year's festival, but still comparatively little known in this country, the
Catalan quintet, Django's Castle, has returned for four days of joyful and intensive
music making. Even performing for the afternoon shoppers in the Pallasades, Pere
Soto's group's distinctive brand of gypsy jazz demanded attention with its compelling
rhythms and quirkily unexpected melodies. Soto's virtuoso guitar playing lies at the
heart of the group, so steeped in the Django traditon that he even adopts the great
man's fingering (i.e. two fingers short) for the classic Nuages. Pere brings the
dynamism to Django's Castle. An expert in flamenco music, he is anything but a
Reinhardt clone, duetting whimsically with bassist Joan Marti or engaging in hell-forleather
pursuits with his other two guitarists. As well as the repertoire of the Hot Club
of France, notably the hauntingly beautiful melody from which they derive their
name,Django's Castle feature Pere Soto originals in the Django tradition and roar
through standards like Sweet Georgia Brown, powered by the rhythm guitars of Joan
Ramon Punti and Josep Traver.
METRO LIFE, England
'... a long-awaited return appearance from Django's Castle, those magnificent
crusading Reinhardt obsessives from Barcelona. Pere Soto leads his fellow guitarists in
a glorious cascade of dancing notes ...'
Lechodescuillere 2002 (FRANCE)
Ce groupe ibérique en est à sa deuxième (auto) production. Le guitariste Pere Soto,
leader de la formation, y exprime encore son admiration pour le génial manouche.
Mais Pere, s'il connaît parfaitement la musique de Django, est aussi influencé par
d'autres musiques (guitaristes ?) et cela s'entend principalement dans son phrasé :
l'ombre de Larry Corryell (le fameux disque "Young Django"
avec Stéphane Grappelli et Philippe Catherine) ou même de Robert Johnson (quelques
bends sauvages). Sur le disque précédent notre homme jouait sur une ovation folk et
nous le regrettions un peu (le son un peu ...) mais cette fois-ci, Pere manoeuvre sur un
modèle réglementaire bouche en D, ce qui ne l'empêche pas de faire à sa façon. Les
reprises sont arrangées maison (Minor swing, Djangology, Douce ambiance, Body and
soul) et donnent ce qu'on peut attendre d'un bon quartet à trois guitares (un seul
soliste) et une contrebasse. Ne nous étendons pas sur l'intérprétation vocale de "There
will never be another you", à moins qu'il faille l'écouter au second degré, ni sur la mise
en place assez maladroite de "Place de Brouckère". En revanche, la version de "Body
and soul" est une surprise : après une intro-solo de guitare un peu modernocomplexe,
vient subitement s'imposer une rythmique et un son digne du QHCF, avec
un joli chorus et les craquements du gramophone, chouette clin d'oeil. Il faut retenir
également les jolies compositions du leader, le swinguant "Menor-K" avec la voix de
Pere à l'unisson, la délicieuse "Hele Guify" ou la fière "rumba 2001", la version de
"Jitterburg waltz" peuutilisée en swing à cordes. L'album conclut sur une impro solo
très nostalgique intitulée "Citlaly". Pere Soto nous laisse espérer unesuite heureuse à
l'aventure "Django's Castle", un des rares groupes de ce style en Espagne.
Daniel Meyer, Jazz in Time N° 28, Belgium
"...Pere Soto en connaît un bout, croyez-moi, et il a même eu le temps de se créer, à
partir de cette "base" un langage personnel et tout à fait réjouissant."
Carles Armengol, El Punt, 13 de novembre del 1995, Spain
"...Amb el jazz modern de Pere Soto i els seus inseparables músics n’hi ha prou per
omplir una hora i mitja de bon concert,"
Carles Torra, La Vanguardia, 11 d’abril del 1992, Spain
"...A Pere Soto puede aplicársele el tópico de que nadie es profeta en su tierra, pues
desconocido por estos predios, goza de enorme consideración en los Paises Bajos.
Amsterdam, World Music/Jazz 1993, Holland
"...the spanish born, self-taught guitarist, composer and arranger Soto is recognised
as a leader in his native musical sound."
David Dupont, Cadence (jazz & Blues: creative improvised music) New York,
February 1993, USA
"...Quartet plays tightly riveted ensembles. Within this framework, both leaders play
long, clean lyrically turned solos.
...is replete with small virtues and sense of craftsmanship.
Mingus B. Formentor, La Vanguardia, 4 febrero 1993, Spain
"...pláceme recalcar a todo neón que uno de esos brillantísimos jazzmen se ha criado
entre Terrassa y Badalona."
Miquel Jurado, El Pais 1 de febrero de 1993, Spain
...Música marcada por la libertad estética y las ansias de ir cada vez más lejos en una
búsqueda que no parece tener final.
...El Free Jazz perfectamente asimilado y puesto al dia con una contundencia nada
desdeñable.
jazziz july 85 (international jazz magazine)
We’re witnessing a golden age of improvisors. The number of knowledgeable,
technically proficient musicians around is scary. Six appear on this CD: guitarrist
Soto,pianist Gerhardt,soprano saxophonist Dave Liebman,bassist Ben Allison, drummer
Jeff Ballard and trumpeter Dave Douglas... Soto varies his tone quite a bit; sometimes
it’s concentrated and penetrating, on other occasions, he produces a broader sound
sound reminiscent of John Scofield. At times, he uses distortion effectively.
Marci Miller, Asheville Newspaper Rapid River, USA
A self-taught musician, Soto das his unique originality to every kind of music he plays,
whether it’s the “gipsy jazz” (in the tradition od Django Reinhardt) he’s most famous
for, or the take-offs on Jimy Hendrix, blues, be-bop, and rock that he loves to throw in
whenever he can, As a composer there’s problably no one else like him.
DISCOGRAPHY
AS A LIDER
-Pere Soto Jazz Group (DLR 713-C La Raiz prd.)
-Pere Soto Grup "Coincidencias" (1989 - LP BM-002 Berman Int.)
-Pere Soto & Bill Gerhardt Quartet "Metanoic" ( 1992 - CD 85012-2 Riff)
-Pere Soto & Bill Gerhardt Quartet "Particular Venacular" (Planet X New York)
-Django's Castle "Nuages" (2001 - Satchmo)
-Django's Castle "Prisoners of Love" (2002 - Imagen)
-Django's Castle "El caliqueño del califa" (Taller de Músics 2004)
-Django's Castle "Blue Drag" ( Goofy Records 2004)
-Pere Soto & Craneo de Jade encuentro 2003 ( por editar)
-Live in Diana Wortham Theater (2004)
AS A SIDEMAN
-Vania Nazaré, "Brasileira-mente" (1996 - CD 001 Sabam)
-Fay Victor, "In My Own Room" (1998 Timeless Records CD SJP446)
-Alex Coke, “Wake Up Dead Man” (2004)
-Django Festival 3, Hot Club Records 2004 (HCRCD109)
FESTIVALS / CONCERTS
SPAIN
-Jazz Festival Terrassa 82-84-86-92 "as headliners)"
-4 Mostra de Jazz Europeu (Barcelona)
-Jazz Festival La Garriga
-Jazz Festival Jaén (Roberto Lecaros quartet)
-Special TV concert (TV3) in the Ancient Monastery of St. Cugat
-Jazz Festival Jazz en la costa (Fay Victor & Bill Gerhardt & Pere Soto)
-Jazz Festival Palencia.95
-Festival de Jazz Tàrrega 1996 (Djangos Castle)
-Menorca Jazz Festival 2001
-Festes de Maig 2002 (Badalona)
-Albacete Jazz Festival 2002
-Lugo Jazz Festival 2003
-Jazz en la nit Festival 2003 (Premia de Dalt)
-Festa Major St Cugat del Valles 2004 (Pere Soto & Total Guitar Project)
-Jazz a Castelló 2004
-Casa de la Cultura de Gandia Jazz 2004
AUSTRIA
-St Johan Tirol Jazz Festival (Joe Malinga Sudafrican band)
HOLLAND
-Jazz Festival Eindhoven 90 (Tom Cora-Niko Langenhuisen-Pere Soto)
-Jazz Festival Amsterdam 91 (Pere Soto trio)
-Jazz Festival Zwolle (Tom Jones Blues band)
-Bim Huis februari'93 (Pere Soto & Bill Gerhardt quartet)
-North Sea Jazz Festival 1999 (with Big John patton)
BELGIUM
The Botanic cultural center april 96
LUXEMBURG
Den Atelier Jazzclubluxembourg
ENGLAND
-Birmingham Jazz Festival 2001,2002,2003,2004
-Sutton Acoustic guitar Club, Sutton Coldfield
-Warwick Festival 2004
ANDORRA
SuperVocalMeeting 1996 a l'auditori,
Special concert for the President of the Nation
USA
-Jazz Festival Charlotte 92 NC, Pride Jazz, Charlotte 95 NC, Doe Run Resort 95
(Virginia), Jazz Club Visiones august 95 (N. York), Pearl’s Jazz Club, (San Francisco)
-CREATIVE GROVTH CENTER (San Francisco), The Mouskoni Center (San Francisco),
Watertown festival 2004, NY, Diana Wortham Theatre , (Asheville), NC 2004, Central
Market, Austin TX, with Alex Coke Quintet, Live concert-interview at Radio KMHD,
Portland, Oregon.
MEXICO
- Jazz Festival México 2000 (invitado de Cráneo de Jade), Aniversario de Radio UNAM
2000 (con Roberto Aymes trio), Concierto especial 2001 Escuela de Bellas Artes de
OAXACA, Curso + concierto en el Iago de OAXACA 2003, Fiestas de HUAJUAPAN 2003 (
con Marta Saez), concierto en el teatro Angela Peralta de San Miguel de Allende. San
Miguel de Allende multidisciplinary performance with OSCAR MARTINEZ (paintervisual
artist.

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