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Emile Parisien Quartet|Chien Guêpe

Chien Guêpe

Émile Parisien Quartet

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1
Dieu m'a brossé les dents
00:13:48

Emile Parisien Quartet - Emile Parisen, saxophones - Julien Darrifourcq, drums - Ivan Gelugne, doublebass - Julien Touery, piano

2012 Laborie Jazz

2
Chocolat-citron
00:13:50

Emile Parisien Quartet - Emile Parisen, saxophones - Julien Darrifourcq, drums - Ivan Gelugne, doublebass - Julien Touery, piano

2012 Laborie Jazz

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Bonjour crépi
00:05:13

Emile Parisien Quartet - Emile Parisen, saxophones - Julien Darrifourcq, drums - Ivan Gelugne, doublebass - Julien Touery, piano

2012 Laborie Jazz

4
Chauve et courtois
00:06:53

Emile Parisien Quartet - Emile Parisen, saxophones - Julien Darrifourcq, drums - Ivan Gelugne, doublebass - Julien Touery, piano

2012 Laborie Jazz

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