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The French hip-hop trio Jazz Liberatorz had a small release in 2007, but made their mark with 2008's Clin d'Oeil. The album reclaims the brief love affair between hip-hop and jazz that took place in the U.S. in the mid-'90s, using deep basslines, sampled horns, and beat poet-styled phrasings from a slew of guest MCs. The sound is ultra-cool, combining European hip-hop's love of slicker, more urban beats with the simplest jazz instrumentation -- atomic chunks of sound and songs that are reworked to soften the edges of a rapped delivery and convert it to a strong flow through sheer musicality.
© Adam Greenberg /TiVo

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Clin D'oeil
00:07:03

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer

Kif Kif

2
Ease My Mind (feat. Tre Hardson, Fat Lip, Omni)
00:05:28

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - T. Hardson, Writer - D. Stewart, Writer - J. Mc Donald, Writer

Kif Kif

3
I Am Hip Hop (feat. Asheru)
00:04:43

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - G.Benn, Writer

Kif Kif

4
When The Clock Ticks (feat. J. Sands)
00:04:53

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - J.Sands, Writer

Kif Kif

5
Genius At Work (feat. Fat Lip, T. Love)
00:04:30

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - D. Stewart, Writer - T. Taylor, Writer

Kif Kif

6
Indonesia (feat. Tableek)
00:06:03

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - I. Suhnoon, Writer

Kif Kif

7
The Process (feat. Apani B Fly)
00:05:27

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - A. Smith, Writer

Kif Kif

8
The Return (feat. Sadat X)
00:05:14

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - D. Murphy, Writer

Kif Kif

9
U Do (feat. Stacy Epps)
00:05:38

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - S. Epps, Writer

Kif Kif

10
Cool Down (feat. Raashan Ahmad)
00:05:21

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - R. Ahmad, Writer

Kif Kif

11
Take A Time (feat. Buckshot)
00:05:10

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - K. Blake, Writer

Kif Kif

12
Vacation (feat. J. Live)
00:04:52

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - J.J. Cadet, Writer

Kif Kif

13
Speak The Language (feat. Lizz Fields)
00:05:59

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - L. Fields, Writer

Kif Kif

14
Qîdar (feat. Soul Clan)
00:05:03

Jazz Liberatorz, Performer - Christian Garnier, Composer - Benoit Gallet, Composer - Lilian Doyen, Composer - Olivier Emsellem, Composer - Mehdi Chaib, Composer - Simon Charnaud, Composer - Olivier Fournier., Composer

Kif Kif

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The French hip-hop trio Jazz Liberatorz had a small release in 2007, but made their mark with 2008's Clin d'Oeil. The album reclaims the brief love affair between hip-hop and jazz that took place in the U.S. in the mid-'90s, using deep basslines, sampled horns, and beat poet-styled phrasings from a slew of guest MCs. The sound is ultra-cool, combining European hip-hop's love of slicker, more urban beats with the simplest jazz instrumentation -- atomic chunks of sound and songs that are reworked to soften the edges of a rapped delivery and convert it to a strong flow through sheer musicality.
© Adam Greenberg /TiVo

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