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Thanks a Million

Eric Le Lann & Paul Lay

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Eric Le Lann and Paul Lay return to the roots of jazz here. THE root even. With Thanks a Million the trumpeter and pianist embark on a pilgrimage to planet Louis Armstrong. They obviously aren’t the first to celebrate and pay homage to this brilliant music, but their refined approach deserves respect. Besides the wonderful elegance in their interpretations of these pieces, Le Lann and Lay display a fascinating knack for complicity, putting their own original spin on the pieces (which have been heard many times over). With some great piano/trumpet duos this album is a superb Paso Doble that closes with Farewell to Louis, an original composition that’s drenched in melancholy. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Dinah
00:04:31

Sam M. Lewis, Composer - Harry Akst, Composer - Joe Young, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Mack the Knife
00:03:23

Kurt Weill, Composer - Bertolt Brecht, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Jubilee
00:02:50

HOAGY CARMICHAEL, Composer - Stanley Adams, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Tight Like This
00:05:16

Louis Armstrong, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Langston Curl, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Thanks a Million
00:04:19

Arthur Johnston, Composer - Gus Kahn, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Azalea
00:04:52

Duke Ellington, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Louison
00:03:15

Eric Le Lann, Composer, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Saint James Infirmary
00:03:49

Joe Primrose, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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I Surrender, Dear
00:05:18

Gordon Clifford, Composer - Harry Barris, Composer - Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Farewell to Louis
00:04:25

Eric Le Lann, Artist - Paul Lay, Composer, Artist - Eric Le Lann, Paul Lay, MainArtist

2018 Gazebo 2018 Gazebo

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Eric Le Lann and Paul Lay return to the roots of jazz here. THE root even. With Thanks a Million the trumpeter and pianist embark on a pilgrimage to planet Louis Armstrong. They obviously aren’t the first to celebrate and pay homage to this brilliant music, but their refined approach deserves respect. Besides the wonderful elegance in their interpretations of these pieces, Le Lann and Lay display a fascinating knack for complicity, putting their own original spin on the pieces (which have been heard many times over). With some great piano/trumpet duos this album is a superb Paso Doble that closes with Farewell to Louis, an original composition that’s drenched in melancholy. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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