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Daniel Humair - Seasoning (Live At Theater Gütersloh) FLAC album


Performer: Daniel Humair
Genre: Jazz / Audio recording
Title: Seasoning (Live At Theater Gütersloh)
Released: 2017
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Interview
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Mehr von Daniel Humair (geb. 1938) gibt es im Shop. Adding to his discography as a leader, Daniel Humair brought a new group to his European Jazz Legends‹-concert at the Theater Gütersloh on November 11, 2016 – a quartet made up entirely of former students of his from the Paris Conservatory. Vincent Lê Quang on soprano and tenor, pianist Emil Spanyi and Stephane Kerecki on double bass made their former professor proud in a set of mostly Humair-compositions, with a completely improvised Ballad‹ by the group as the icing on the cake. Every time I play I want to be in a situation where I can learn something, Humair says

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DANIEL HUMAIR is a 21st century modern avant-garde jazz music artist. Blending power, elegance, and thoughtfulness, Swiss drummer Daniel Humair has worked with the best American and European jazz musicians. He quickly became a staple among European drummers, first in a bop style, then adopting the sophistication of West Coast drummers such as Shelly Manne and later absorbing Elvin Jones' influence.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Arfia
Written-By – François Jeanneau
10:47
2 Ira
Written-By – Daniel Humair
8:13
3 Huchedu
Written-By – Daniel Humair
10:22
4 Ballad
Written-By – Daniel Humair, Emil Spanyi, Stephane Kerecki*, Vincent Le Quang
6:34
5 Couscous Purée
Written-By – Daniel Humair, J.P. Muvien*
9:02
6 Genevamalgame
Written-By – Daniel Humair
9:18
7 Mutinerie
Written-By – Michel Portal
10:09
8 Interview With Daniel Humair
Interviewee – Daniel HumairInterviewer – Götz Bühler
11:03

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed Through – Challenge Records International
  • Marketed By – Challenge Records International
  • Recorded At – Theater Gütersloh

Credits

  • Bass – Stéphane Kerecki (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Design – Knut Schötteldreier
  • Drums – Daniel Humair (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Liner Notes – Götz Bühler
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Lutz Voigtländer
  • Piano – Emil Spanyi (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Producer [Produced By] – Volker Dueck
  • Soprano Saxophone – Vincent Lê Quang* (tracks: 2 to 7)
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Vincent Lê Quang* (tracks: 1)

Notes

Recorded Live at Theater Gütersloh, 11.11.2016
Mixed and mastered November & December 2016

℗+© 2017 Deutsche Media Productions GmbH & Co. KG, Erwinstr.103, 79102 Freiburg, Germany.

Manufactured in the Netherlands.

Although not credited as such, Vincent Lê Quang is playing tenor saxophone, not soprano saxophone, on track 1.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 08917 13222 9
  • Label Code: LC 01221
  • Rights Society: BIEM