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UDU

by Synop-sis

Original Instrumental World Jazz Fusion from France
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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2. L'oukoume
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3. Marionette
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4. Lettre
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5. Le Complot
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6. Escale
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7. Lacsap
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8. Miscellaneous ethics
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9. Sirene
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10. Interieur
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"UDU" acoustic and electric jazz by Synopsis in 1993.

In 1993 SYNOPSIS featured Jean-Marc Baccarini on saxophones, Alain Asplanato on drums, and the group's founders : Eric Sempe on guitar, and Marc Peillon on bass.


Synopsis perform only original compositions with a Jazz sound, but incorporating various ethnic influences.

Recorded, mixed and produced at Bauer Studios (ECM Studio), Ludwigsburg in 1993.


See also their latest album, "Home", full of surprises, not least of which a rare guest appearance by world-famous alto saxophone star David Sanborn. Some will recognize the melodic compositions of Eric Sempe and Marc Peillon, and discover new pieces by Claude Tedesco in a Jazz vein, by Neil Gerstenberg (afro-scottish polyrythmic celtic jazz...), and by drummer Alain Ruard. The setting is more intimate than ever before with Marc Peillon often playing double-bass, and Eric Sempe on Guitar-Sitar.

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