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Jazz - Paru le 21 septembre 2012 | Columbia - Legacy

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Jazz - Paru le 14 mars 1989 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 19 octobre 2009 | Preservation Hall

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Classique - Paru le 2 août 1988 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 3 février 1987 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 1 janvier 2012 | New Rounder

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Classique - Paru le 27 mars 1998 | Sony Classical

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Classique - Paru le 11 février 1992 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 20 février 1996 | Sony Classical

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Alternatif et Indé - Paru le 28 juin 2019 | SUB POP

The soundtrack to the 2019 documentary film A Tuba to Cuba is a vibrant album featuring songs the Preservation Hall Jazz Band recorded while on tour in Cuba and after returning home to New Orleans. Also included are a handful of archival songs recorded by previous incarnations of the storied ensemble. As with many of the group's recent albums, including 2013's That's It! and 2016's So It Is, A Tuba to Cuba showcases the band's abundantly cross-pollinated brand of traditional New Orleans jazz. While the titular tuba, played here by bandleader Ben Jaffe, takes a central role on the album, so do many of the Cuban musical traditions the Preservation Hall encountered on their journey. Several of the songs here -- like the buoyant, handclap-driven "Tumba" and the jubilantly funky "Keep Your Head Up" with vocalist Eme Alfonso -- sound more like impromptu jams, deftly combining Afro-Cuban percussion rhythms with New Orleans Mardi Gras energy. Similarly engaging is the upbeat "I Am," with its ringing trumpet melody line, and the mid-tempo stroll of "Kreyol." Also adding a cross-cultural flavor are vintage archival tracks like Alejandro Almenares' yearning guitar/vocal feature "Las Palomas" from the 1940s and Billie & De De Pierce's jubilant rendition of the traditional Cuban song "La Manicero" (aka "The Peanut Vendor"), which was plucked from the Preservation Hall's own musical vaults. More than just a souvenir of an affectionately captured journey, A Tuba to Cuba is a heartfelt celebration of the richly shared musical heritage that connects New Orleans and Cuba. © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Jazz - Paru le 10 juillet 2007 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 6 janvier 2012 | Sony Masterworks

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Jazz - Paru le 21 avril 2017 | SUB POP

Although primarily known as one of the main proponents of traditional New Orleans jazz since debuting in 1961, New Orleans' own Preservation Hall Jazz Band has transformed over the past 20 years into an open-minded and stylistically adventurous ensemble. One of the main drivers of this creative metamorphosis is musical director and tuba player/bassist Ben Jaffe, son of Hall founders Allan and Sandra Jaffe. Since graduating Oberlin Conservatory and joining the band in the late '90s, Jaffe has worked to broaden the band's appeal and find ways to combine their joyous acoustic style with all sorts of artists and musical genres outside of traditional jazz. This was the approach they took on their 2011 bluegrass-steeped collaboration with the Del McCoury Band, American Legacies, and 2013's Jim James-produced That's It!; the latter of which was also their first album of all-original material including songs co-written with Semisonic's Dan Wilson. It's also the approach they take on 2017's ebullient So It Is. Produced by Jaffe along with TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, So It Is showcases a soulful, bluesy, groove-oriented set of songs heavily influenced by the roiling, kinetic sound of Afro-Latin and Cuban bands. However, rather than playing standards of the genre like "The Peanut Vendor" or "Oye Como Va," here Jaffe and his bandmates deliver the Preservation Hall Jazz Band's second album of all-original compositions. Cuts like "Santiago" and "Innocence," both co-written by Jaffe and saxophonist/clarinetist Charlie Gabriel, are ferociously bumping, dance-inducing anthems built around titanically rolling drumbeats, evocative keyboard lines, and bristling, puckered horn riffs. Similarly, the kinetic "La Malanga," co-written by Jaffe and Tao Rodriguez-Seeger (the grandson of Pete Seeger), is a carnival-level, mambo-ready jam replete with searing trumpet lines from Branden Lewis and an angular, post-bop-accented solo from pianist Kyle Roussell. Elsewhere, they dive deep into New Orleans R&B traditions on the funky, organ-steeped, minor-key, Dan Wilson co-write "One Hundred Fires," and borrow the brassy bombast of fellow New Orleans institution the Rebirth Brass Band on the vocal and handclap-heavy audience pleaser "Mad." Along with being a joyous and infectiously jubilant album, So It Is offers the one-two punch of letting the Preservation Hall Jazz Band play the kind of raw, no-holds-barred jazz and blues that they helped personally create a renaissance for, while surreptitiously luring their listeners into what often explodes into a full-on Afro-Latin dance party. © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Jazz - Paru le 16 août 1988 | Sony Classical

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Classique - Paru le 1 octobre 1988 | Sony Classical

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Jazz - Paru le 9 juillet 2013 | SUB POP

Preservation Hall Jazz Band's 2013 album, That's It!, is the first album of all-original material in their 50-year career. Certainly, the storied ensemble has performed original songs by its various members over the years, but the group has never released an album made up solely of new compositions. In that sense, the album fits in with Preservation Hall Jazz Band's recent creative direction that found them collaborating with artists from other genres, including 2010's Preservation: An Album to Benefit Preservation Hall & the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program and 2011's jazz-meets-bluegrass experiment American Legacies, featuring the Del McCoury Band. Some of this newfound creativity is surely due in large part to bassist and tuba player Ben Jaffe having taken over as Preservation Hall's director, a legacy passed down to him by his parents, who co-founded the institution. Under his creative direction, Preservation Hall has flourished as a vital part of New Orleans culture. Produced by Jaffe along with My Morning Jacket's Jim James, That's It! celebrates this culture with a batch of brand-new songs that, while hewing closely to the swinging blues and gospel-oriented traditions of New Orleans jazz, never feel stodgy or revivalist. These are freewheeling, organic productions that make the most of the group's mix of older and younger musicians. Along with new songs by Jaffe, clarinetist/vocalist Charlie Gabriel, pianist Rickie Monie, and saxophonist/vocalist Clint Maedgen, the album also features songs co-written by several pop artists, including the legendary Paul Williams and Semisonic's Dan Wilson. All of which helps to make That's It! a vibrant, engaging work and one of Preservation Hall's best albums. © Matt Collar /TiVo
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    Quand Pleyel rime avec gospel… Accompagné par le Preservation Hall Jazz Band, le fabuleux groupe gospel des Blind Boys of Alabama, se produira à Paris, Salle Pleyel, le 11 novembre.