JEF GILSON - Malagasy At Newport-paris [lp] (180 Gram)
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Date of release: Jul 30 2021
LP version. 180 gram vinyl. 'In May 1972, the wave of anger and the thirst for freedom that had swept the world in 1968 arrived in Madagascar. The Malagasy youth took the opportunity to exile in search of a brighter future. Several of them, all jazz musicians and often polyintrumentalists, came to Paris with their Afro hair and bellbottoms. Their names were Sylvin Marc, his cousin Ange 'Zizi' Japhet, Del Rabenja, Gerard Rakotoarivony and Frank Raholison. By chance, they crossed paths with pianist and bandleader Jef Gilson, who they had already met as kids during a series of concert and workshops in Tananarive four years earlier. Gilson was far from an unknown on the French jazz scene. He had played with Boris Vian and Andre Hodeir at the end of the forties, he was one of the first French composers to move away from the New-Orleans style to try his hand at bebop, had launched numerous young stars (Ponty, Texier, Portal...), was a polemical critic for Jazz Hot, had opened for Coltrane at Antibes/Juan Les Pins, and was part of the Double Six... But it was tough to make a living playing personal compositions and Jef, who didn't have enough money to return to the island and continue mining the seam of Malagasy jazz, saw an opportunity to relaunch Malagasy. He had his recording studio in the Les Halles area, at the Foyer Montorgueil, where he was teaching jazz to a choir. He set to work with the new Malagasy group, working on a repertoire and reviving some of his compositions from the '50s/'60s and also included more recent tunes. The group Malagasy 73 gigged a lot. One of their concerts was recorded on the 14 March in a club, 'Le Newport', in rue Gregoire de Tours, Saint Germain des Pres, not far from the 'Kiosque d'Orphee' where Gilson worked at the beginning of the '60s when he brought bebop and avant-garde jazz to the attention of a generation of musicians with his records imported from USA. This meeting between two generations and two cultures created a new mix between jazz, traditional music and electric funk. Jef Gilson had reinvented himself yet again, and it wouldn't be the last time.' --Jerome 'Kalcha' Simonneau First ever standalone reissue, remastered. Licensed from Palm/Genevieve Quievreux. 01. Newport Bounce 02. Salegy Jef 03. Solo Frank 04. Buddah's Vision 05. Veloma Lava 06. Valiha Del 07. Requiem pour Django 08. Dizzy 48 09. '1973
Vinyl release of Jef Gilson - Malagasy At Newport-paris [lp] (180 Gram). Released through Souffle Continu Records and available on LP.
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Cat No: 3491570061220
Packaging: LP Regular
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