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Richard Galliano|French Touch

French Touch

Richard Galliano

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Tango accordion has a clear icon in the late Astor Piazzolla, but these days Richard Galliano is making a strong case for being the premier jazz accordionist. He's as lyrical as one needs, swings like mad, or brings tempos down to a sensual jog with passion and soul. When called upon, he can play a gut-wrenching tango or two himself. For this effort he's joined by two different crack rhythm sections, the brilliant Jean-François Jenny-Clark and Daniel Humair (seven tracks), or the slightly cut below Remi Vignolo and Andre Ceccarelli (four tracks), bass and drums respectively. It's not hard to hear a distinctly French but improvisationally Americanized sound. The lone standard, "You Must Believe in Spring," is one of many waltzes, but this one jumps from second to fifth gear, Galliano rapidly flying through the changes. The title track is also quick, with "Augusta" more a sprightly 3/4, while "L'Envers du Décor" is an easier modal three beat. Nods to Brazilian Hermeto Pascoal are heard on his composition "Bébé" and the mallets on drums and heavy conga beat-based fanfare and theme of "Passarinho." Galliano plays his accordion and whistles in unison on both tracks. Soprano saxophonist Michel Portal swings with Galliano, Humair, and Clark on the 6/8 "J.F.," while Clark duets with Galliano on "Sanguine," which is far from bloody, more like sweet sangria. "Heavy Tango" is as it is titled -- hard-driving and no holds barred -- and there's a slow samba, "Sanfona," one of nine of Galliano's written works. Even when the swing is light, as on "Caruso," Galliano's button pushing is active, pulsing, and popping. There's much to like on this, Galliano's most engaging CD. Perhaps some will beg for more variation, like the Portal cut. But these rhythm sections, especially Europe's finest Clark and Humair, push Galliano's artistry to greater heights, providing the listener with a unique experience in a jazz and even more so in a world music context. Highly recommended.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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1
Bébé
00:03:21

André Ceccarelli, Drums - Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Rémi Vignolo, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - Jean Marie Ecay, Acoustic Guitar - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

2
A French Touch
00:03:08

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

3
J.F.
00:06:31

Michel Portal, Soprano Saxophone - Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

4
Caruso
00:03:32

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

5
Heavy Tango
00:04:03

André Ceccarelli, Drums - Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Rémi Vignolo, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

6
Sanguine
00:03:50

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

7
Augusta
00:05:20

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

8
You Must Believe in Spring
00:04:18

André Ceccarelli, Drums - Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Rémi Vignolo, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

9
Passarinho
00:02:25

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

10
Sanfona
00:03:09

André Ceccarelli, Drums - Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, Writer, MainArtist - Rémi Vignolo, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - Jean Marie Ecay, Acoustic Guitar - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

11
L'envers du decor
00:04:24

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

12
Tacot Blues
00:03:24

Richard Galliano, Producer, Accordion, MainArtist - Daniel Humair, Drums - Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Double Bass - Benjamin Joubert, Masterer - René Ameline, Mastering Engineer, Recording & Mixing - Cédric Champalou, Assistant Engineer

© 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company ℗ 1998 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

Descriptif de l'album

Tango accordion has a clear icon in the late Astor Piazzolla, but these days Richard Galliano is making a strong case for being the premier jazz accordionist. He's as lyrical as one needs, swings like mad, or brings tempos down to a sensual jog with passion and soul. When called upon, he can play a gut-wrenching tango or two himself. For this effort he's joined by two different crack rhythm sections, the brilliant Jean-François Jenny-Clark and Daniel Humair (seven tracks), or the slightly cut below Remi Vignolo and Andre Ceccarelli (four tracks), bass and drums respectively. It's not hard to hear a distinctly French but improvisationally Americanized sound. The lone standard, "You Must Believe in Spring," is one of many waltzes, but this one jumps from second to fifth gear, Galliano rapidly flying through the changes. The title track is also quick, with "Augusta" more a sprightly 3/4, while "L'Envers du Décor" is an easier modal three beat. Nods to Brazilian Hermeto Pascoal are heard on his composition "Bébé" and the mallets on drums and heavy conga beat-based fanfare and theme of "Passarinho." Galliano plays his accordion and whistles in unison on both tracks. Soprano saxophonist Michel Portal swings with Galliano, Humair, and Clark on the 6/8 "J.F.," while Clark duets with Galliano on "Sanguine," which is far from bloody, more like sweet sangria. "Heavy Tango" is as it is titled -- hard-driving and no holds barred -- and there's a slow samba, "Sanfona," one of nine of Galliano's written works. Even when the swing is light, as on "Caruso," Galliano's button pushing is active, pulsing, and popping. There's much to like on this, Galliano's most engaging CD. Perhaps some will beg for more variation, like the Portal cut. But these rhythm sections, especially Europe's finest Clark and Humair, push Galliano's artistry to greater heights, providing the listener with a unique experience in a jazz and even more so in a world music context. Highly recommended.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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