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November Dusk

by Philippe Crettien Quartet

"This is a Quartet, which cultivates dialogue four ways with four equal voices with no one stealing the spotlight. This is expressive, delicate, tender jazz that is passionate and lyrical. This is beautiful jazz, real jazz, the jazz of today" Serge Baudot
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Weird Blues
4:53 album only
2. Mila
4:31 album only
3. November Dusk
5:59 album only
4. Opposite Poles
6:36 album only
5. Blues Pour Valentin
4:04 album only
6. Snow Peaks
5:23 album only
7. Rungs
5:40 album only
8. Pluton
4:36 album only
9. Fall Line Flow
7:59 album only
10. May Breeze
6:56 album only
11. Mr. Sleepy
6:11 album only
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The French saxophonist Philippe Crettien , who immigrated to the United States has joined three young musicians from the Boston area to form the Philippe Crettien Quartet. After cultivating a big powerful sound, Philippe Crettien's tenor playing has evolved from the influences of John Coltrane and Wayne Shorter to that of Warn Marsh a major influence now. Here are four musicians, each having rich musical paths, joining together to create music rooted in the great jazz tradition. Patrick Mottaz's playing inherits the lyricism of Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery including Blues and Rock Influences. Sean Farias is a virtuosic bass player coming out of Scott la Faro's influences. Mike Connors knows how to combine swing sensibility and efficiency in a masterful way. We have here a quartet that speaks the same language and delivers a powerful and engaging jazz. Serge Baudot, Jazz Hot magazine



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