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martes, 23 de mayo de 2017

Django Reinhardt • Accords Parfaits



Tracks:
1. Minor Swing Django Reinhardt
2. Nuages Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
3. Djangology Django Reinhardt;Stéphane Grappelli
4. Beyond The Sea (La Mer) Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
5. Swing 39 Django Reinhardt
6. Menilmontant Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
7. Swing 42 Django Reinhardt
8. September Song Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
9. Swing Guitars Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
10. All The Things You Are Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
11. Daphne Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
12. Django Castle (Le Manoir De Mes Rêves) Django Reinhardt
13. Les Yeux Noirs Django Reinhardt
14. Louise Django Reinhardt
15. Belleville Django Reinhardt
16. Stormy Weather Django Reinhardt
17. I Got Rhythm Django Reinhardt & Stéphane Grappelli
18. After You've Gone Django Reinhardt
19. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) Django Reinhardt
20. Honeysuckle Rose Django Reinhardt
21. Dream Of You Django Reinhardt and the Quartet of the Hot Club of France
22. It's Only A Paper Moon Django Reinhardt
23. Hallelujah Django Reinhardt
24. Saint Louis Blues Django Reinhardt






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2 comentarios:

  1. I was introduced to Django when I was 13 by a guitarist friend,The album was the Hot Club Of France. I have been listening to him ever since. He is one of those extremely rare artists that does not fade. Or at least hasn't for me. My friend didn't make it too well through life, so despite the sheer infectious vitality of Django's work it is tinged with sadness for me. Rory, Dublin.

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    1. Hi Ror, Is a pleasant memory and melancholy at the same time. Django was the only creator of a jazz style outside his home country. There is a certain parallelism between the origins of American jazz and Django jazz, both have gone through poverty, racism, exclusion, etc. Luckily today we can enjoy his music.
      PS: I also invite you to listen, when you can, to Oscar Alemán. regards

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