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  • stublastubla Prodigy Godefroy Maruejouls
    Posts: 386
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    Bric a Brac is one gorgeous CD--a model of great fresh repertoire beautifully played--check out the slow waltz "L'Adolescente"......wonderful stuff

    Stu
  • langleydjangolangleydjango Langley, WA USA✭✭✭✭
    Posts: 99
    stubla wrote:


    Bric a Brac is one gorgeous CD--a model of great fresh repertoire beautifully played--check out the slow waltz "L'Adolescente"......wonderful stuff

    Stu

    I second that. Pigalle 44 and Reinier Voet continue to be under-appreciated. Their song selection, arrangements and, most of all their playing, are all top-of-the-line.

    troy
  • Ted GottsegenTed Gottsegen Rowayton, CTModerator
    Posts: 615
    Here here! Reinier is among the select few who use Gypsy Jazz as a means, not a means to an end. He is a true jazzman and their music is outstanding.
  • nwilkinsnwilkins New
    Posts: 431
    Although it is hardly necessary I would like to agree with the above comments - Reinier's playing is original and sophisticated, far beyond most GJ players out there (I suppose because it is only really GJ in sound and feeling - and yes Stu, I know that's what you've been saying all along ;) )
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