If Music Presents: You Need This – World Jazz Grooves

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    2LP - BBE
    2018


    International : Standard / Express delivery
    France : Franco de port 125€HT 

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    TRACKLIST

    A1 –Billy Bang's Survival Ensemble Illustration

    A2 –Michel Sardaby Martinica

    B1 –Kafé Fonetik A Velo

    C1 –Le Steel-Band De La Trinidad* Calypso Jazz Improvisation

    C2 –The Theo Loevendie Consort Timbuktu

    D1 –The Jazz Committee For Latin American Affairs* Ismaaa

    E1 –Armand Lemal Souffle (part 2)

    E2 –Masabumi Kikuchi Pumu #1

    F1 –Joe Malinga & Southern African Force ITwenty Five


    DESCRIPTION

    Currently celebrating 15 years of trading from his London record shop IF Music, Jean-Claude has built an enviable reputation over the past 25 years, as the go-to rare vinyl vendor for some of the biggest DJs and producers on the planet. Fellow record dealer and specialist music expert Victor Kiswell has travelled the globe several times over, hunting for rare records and DJing, appearing on a Cairo edition of Boiler Room in 2017.

    As you might expect, this treasure trove of music contains a generous handful of obscure and brilliant musical gems, carefully mined from all corners of the globe.

    “Europe, The Americas, Africa and Asia are all represented herein and hopefully a few surprises foryou, the listener, too” say Victor & Jean-Claude, summing up the project.

    From its inspired opener: Vietnam veteran Billy Bang’s visceral New York social commentary ‘Illustration’ whose Watts Prophets inspired spoken word vocal is (sadly) as relevant today as it was in 1978; through to the album’s closer, a touching African township ballad titled ‘ITwenty-Five’, ‘World Jazz Grooves’ takes the road less travelled to provide a jaw-dropping journey through world jazz culture.

    As Jean-Claude and Victor put it: “Jazz will always have its appeal: though influenced, jazz does not need to be dictated by trends. It has been experimented with by (almost) every population on the planet. It is its diversity, the fusing of various elements of different folklores, that allows jazz to constantly evolve and maintain its relevance.”

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