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Travels

by Jerry Tachoir Group

Modern contemporary jazz - Tachoir music has been described as "Highly original compositions with dazzling improvisations by virtuoso musicians" - The Times
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Hip Joint
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2. No Sweat
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3. Caribbean Express
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4. Elect Oral Blues
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5. Saguenay
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6. Market Place
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7. Favor
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the latest recording by Grammy nominated contemporary jazz mallet artist, Jerry Tachoir and the Jerry Tachoir Group.
This is a collection of original compositions by award winning composer/pianist, Marlene Tachoir and Jerry Tachoir and are inspired by native rhythms from recent tours from the serene Saguenay Region of Quebec to the rhythmic Puerto Rico and everywhere in between. It has been a busy year!
Musicians on the project are:
Jerry Tachoir - Vibraphone and Marimba
Marlene Tachoir - Piano and Voice
Roy Vogt - Electric Bass
Ralph Pace - Drums
Mat Britain - Steel Drums
Tom Roady - Percussion

Tachoir Music has been described as \"Highly original with dazzling improvisations by virtuoso musicians\"

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