Baro Ferret, Sarane Ferret, and Matelo Ferret Les Freres Ferret: Le Gitans de Paris 1938-1956 3 CDs Baro Ferret, Sarane Ferret, and Matelo Ferret Les Freres Ferret: Le Gitans de Paris 1938-1956 3 CDs Default Manufacturer Baro Ferret, Sarane Ferret, and Matelo Ferret Les Freres Ferret: Le Gitans de Paris 1938-1956 3 CDs Arts & Entertainment les-freres-ferret 7440 5.0 1
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If you had have never heard of Grapelli or Reinhardt, this record would still be in one of the higher echelons of the jazz directory, this triple album is superb. It has been my personal go-to album for the past couple of years. There are a few reasons why. First of all, these guys are as tight musically in a recording situation as you will hear, but this is not a quintette, these guys have swapped and changed, vibraphone in one, piano and drums in another. Which leads to point 2, the versatilit...
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Baro Ferret, Sarane Ferret, and Matelo Ferret Les Freres Ferret: Le Gitans de Paris 1938-1956 3 CDs

Baro Ferret, Sarane Ferret, and Matelo Ferret Les Freres Ferret: Le Gitans de Paris 1938-1956 3 CDs
To think you know gypsy swing history just because you’ve heard Django Reinhardt is to forget - and underrate - the essential legacy of the Ferret brothers, whose own authentic saga unfolded in parallel with Reinhardt’s contribution. Pierre Lafargue allows us to discover this history in a 3 CD set with a 48 pages booklet.
Patrick Frémeaux

CD1: Le Trio Ferret : 1. Ma Théo - 2. Gin Gin - 3. La Valse des Niglos - 4. Ti-pi-tin - Albert Ferreri et le Trio Ferret : 5. Exactly Like You - 6. Wind and Strings (Andalousie) - Gus Viseur’s Music : 7. Wind and Strings (Andalousie) - Gus Viseur et son orchestre : 8. Swing Valse - Sarane Ferret et le Swing Quintette de Paris : 9. Miami - 10. Septembre - 11. Blue Guitare - 12. Swing Star - 13. Swing 39 - 14. Cocktail-Swing - 15. Deux Guitares - 16. Tiger Rag - Sarane Ferret et le Quintette de Paris : 17. Royal Blue - 18. Surprise-Party - 19. Daphné - 20. Hungaria - 21. Lucky -

CD2:
Sarane Ferret et le Quintette de Paris : 1. Studio 28 - 2. Folies-Bergère - 3. Sex-Appeal - André Ekyan et son Swingtette : 4. Standard Swing - 5. Etude Rythmique - Jean “Matelo” Ferret et son Sixtette : 6. Swing Guitare (Swing Guitars) - 7. La Vipère du trottoir - 8. Le Rapide - 9. Swing 42 (Swing Rêverie) - Sarane Ferret et son Quartette : 10. J’en ai marre - 11. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love - Sarane Ferret et son Quintette de Paris : 12. Folie Douce - 13. Swing 47 - 14. Pacific Boogie - 15. I Should Care - Pierre “Baro” Ferret et son Ensemble : 16. Panique - 17. La Folle - Jean “Matelo” Ferret et son Ensemble : 18. Guitare Boogie - Jean “Matelo” Ferret et son Quartette : 19. I Surrender Dear - 20. Out of Nowhere - 21. Djoungalo - 22. Pennies From Heaven -

CD 3:
Tony Murena et son Ensemble Swing : 1. Madam’s - 2. Tout n’est pas perdu - Tony Murena et son Ensemble Swing : 3. Avenir - Tony Murena et son Ensemble Swing : 4. Pacific - André Ekyan et son Swingtette : 5. Tcha–Tcha - Pierre “Baro” Ferret et son Ensemble : 6. Dinalie Mineure - 7. Turbulente Zoë - Jean “Matelo” Ferret et son Ensemble : 8. Roule ta bosse - 9. Dors, dors, dors - Sarane Ferret et le Quintette de Paris : 10. Royal Blue - 11. Au temps de la Cour - 12. Nuages - 13. Minor Swing - 14. Viper Drink (Viper’s Dream) - 15. White Christmas - 16. Mon Rancho - 17. Nuits d’Italie - Sarane Ferret et son orchestre : 18. Le Rock ça chauffe - 19. L’Homme du bar - 20. Studio 28 - 21. Miami - Bonus Track : Gus Viseur’s Music (Gus Viseur et le Trio Ferret) : 22. Swing Cocktail
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If you had have never heard of Grapelli or Reinhardt, this record would still be in one of the higher echelons of the jazz directory, this triple album is superb. It has been my personal go-to album for the past couple of years. There are a few reasons why. First of all, these guys are as tight musically in a recording situation as you will hear, but this is not a quintette, these guys have swapped and changed, vibraphone in one, piano and drums in another. Which leads to point 2, the versatility of the arrangements, and content go from Mozart, to dark gypsy, to waltz to musette to Wes Montgomery and back again. Thirdly, the virtuosity of the family, while listening at first you are are checking as to who is playing what where, and eventually you begin to recognise individual styles, some wonderful stuff in there. If you are a gypsy jazz fan, here is the reason why you should have this album, you know when you want to relax and listen to some good old style manouche yet your only options are the 15 Django cd's you've acquired through the years, yet you cannot mentally switch off listening to the men. How did they do that, must learn that lick etc...The Ferret guys are a 9 to Django's 10, you can put it on, listen to some excellent manouche...get some new ideas, and keep the buzz of a dinner party high. top drawer collection, seal of approval assigned

Submitted by: redblues on 04/21/2011 05:50:55 AM

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