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Try!

Airelle Besson, Isabel Sörling, Benjamin Moussay, Fabrice Moreau

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Alchemy was at the heart of Radio One, released in 2016. So naturally Airelle Besson has reunited the same artists for Try!: singer Isabel Sörling, pianist (acoustic and electric) Benjamin Moussay and drummer Fabrice Moreau. The roles are the same. But the collaboration between the four has increased tenfold. The pandemic obliged them to work differently. There is more space, and more freedom. The themes float more freely. They are also more dreamlike, and more bewitching... When the Swede's voice wraps around the Parisienne's trumpet with its shades of Tom Harrell, it is blissful. Moussay and Moreau are obviously fully part of this mix. Their contribution is vital. Because even though only Airelle Besson's name graces the cover of Try!, they all speak as one. Their shared voice is full of playful jazz. It is a narrative jazz, rich in images, and very open. It drifts towards contemporary music. This quartet has a sound all of its own. This little collection of original music is unlike any other. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
The Sound of Your Voice, Pt. I
00:05:35

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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2
The Sound of Your Voice, Pt. II
00:02:33

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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3
The Sound of Your Voice, Pt. III
00:05:50

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Isabel Sörling, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist

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4
Wild Animals
00:03:54

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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5
Angel's Dance
00:06:05

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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Try!
00:05:04

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Isabel Sörling, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist

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7
Patitoune
00:02:19

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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8
Uranus Et Pluton
00:05:41

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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9
Fly Away
00:03:35

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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10
Après La Neige
00:08:01

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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11
Lulea's Sunset
00:05:54

Fabrice Moreau, MainArtist - Benjamin Moussay, MainArtist - Airelle Besson, Composer, MainArtist

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Album Description

Alchemy was at the heart of Radio One, released in 2016. So naturally Airelle Besson has reunited the same artists for Try!: singer Isabel Sörling, pianist (acoustic and electric) Benjamin Moussay and drummer Fabrice Moreau. The roles are the same. But the collaboration between the four has increased tenfold. The pandemic obliged them to work differently. There is more space, and more freedom. The themes float more freely. They are also more dreamlike, and more bewitching... When the Swede's voice wraps around the Parisienne's trumpet with its shades of Tom Harrell, it is blissful. Moussay and Moreau are obviously fully part of this mix. Their contribution is vital. Because even though only Airelle Besson's name graces the cover of Try!, they all speak as one. Their shared voice is full of playful jazz. It is a narrative jazz, rich in images, and very open. It drifts towards contemporary music. This quartet has a sound all of its own. This little collection of original music is unlike any other. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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