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Daniel Humair Quartet - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Daniel Humair (drums) Emile Parisien (saxophone) Vincent Peirani (accordion) Jérome Regard (double bass) Programme: With Sweet & Sour, drummer Daniel Humair’s new quartet place itself in the front line of music publishing. In order to stay tuned to a constant freshness, the man who over more than five decades has collaborated with the greats now surrounds himself with young guns. In 2011 he came together with Laborie Jazz, a label that enabled him to produce Sweet and Sour. The stage performance transcends even this album, as young as springtime. On the accordion Vincent Peirani marks himself out as the future of the instrument, quick...

Manu Katché, Richard Bona, Eric Legnini & Stefano Di Battista - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Manu Katché (percussions) Stefano Di Battista (saxophone) Eric Legnini (keyboard) Richard Bona (bass) Programme: It's a veritable all-star international line-up at Jazz in Vienne this year, performing an elegant form of jazz that is neither really avant-garde, nor quite turned towards the past: it's merely timeless. This new leading quartet is based, first and foremost, on a rhythm you can only dream of: French drummer, Manu Katché, originally from Ivory Coast, beats out the supple tempo that we expect of him, while the magnificent Cameroonian (and now New Yorker) bass player, Richard Bona, lays on his unmatchable cross-cultural blend....

Sergio Mendes - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Sergio Mendes (piano) Gracinha Leporace, Katie Hampton, Ayana Williams (vocals) Kleber Jorge Pimenta (vocals, guitar) Hussain Jiffry (vocals, bass) Michael Shapiro (vocals, drums) Scott Mayo (saxophone, flute, keyboard) Marco B. Dos Santos “Gibi” (drums) Harrell Harris “H2O” (rapper) Programme : The Brazilian pianist, composer and arranger resurfaced in 2006 with the album Timeless and thanks to an updated version (by will.i.am and The Black Eyed Peas) of the irresistible “Mas Que Nada”. 40 years after the version by Sergio Mendes & Brazil ’66, the number is again a planetary hit. In 1962 he formed the Sergio Mendes Trio, and then the...

Jamie Cullum - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Jamie Cullum - Piano, Vocals, Percussion Laurence Garratt - Bass, Vocals Brad Webb - Drums, Vocals Tom Richards - Saxophone, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals Rory Simons - Trumpet, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals Programme: The Same Things Get Your Way Sack O' Woe Interlude Seers Tower When I Get Famous Walkin' Pure Imagination Lovesick Blues Don't You Know Don't Stop The Music All At Sea High And Dry Losing You You And Me Are Gone Mixtape Gran Torino Part classical Jazz repainted in bright new colours and part popular dance music, the fifth album from this bubbly British singer and pianist in 2011 was a hymn to eclectic...

Bobby McFerrin - Live at Jazz in Vienne

Musicians: Bobby McFerrin (vocals) Madison McFerrin (vocals) Gil Goldstein (accordion, keyboard) David Mansfield (guitar, mandolin, violin) Armand Hirsch (guitar), Jeff Carney (bass) Louis Cato (vocals, guitar, percussion, drums) A dynamite expert with melody! For several decades now, Bobby McFerrin has been blasting the rules generally followed by singers, yet always doing it in harmony. This incredible musician, winner of 10 Grammy awards, has in particular contributed to removing the distinctions between popular music and erudite music. Barefooted, he travels the most prestigious of stages exploring still virgin territory, inspiring a whole new...