Guy Lafitte - Guy Lafitte Joue Charles Trénet mp3 album
Artist: Guy Lafitte Album: Guy Lafitte Joue Charles Trénet Genre: Mainstream Jazz Label: Black And Blue Released: 2002 Quality: APE (image+. cue) Tracklist: Texte de Michel Laverdure. Le soleil a des rayons de pluie (C. Trenet). Que reste-t-il de nos amours (C. France dimanche (C. Narbonne, mon amie (C. Texte de Roger Dumont. Il y avait des arbres (C.
Tenor Saxophone – Guy Lafitte. Written-By – Michel Laverdure (tracks: 1), Roger Dumont (tracks: 6). Notes. Standard jewel case with black tray. Matrix, Runout: LDR 2754. Joue Charles Trenet (LP, Album). Guy Lafitte Joue Charles Trénet (CD, Album, RE).
Guy Lafitte joue Charles Trénet. Guy Lafitte, Marc Hemmeler. Record Label Black & Blue, 59190-2. Year of production 1988. 1. Texte de Michel Laverdure. 2. Le soleil a des rayons de pluie. 3. Que reste-t-il de nos amours.
Performers Guy Lafitte (tenor sax) Marc Hemmeler (piano) Jack Sewing (double bass) Philippe Combelle (drums). Composers Charles Trenet. Date of recording 5 March 1984. Played last 13/01/2019 18:59. Guy Lafitte joue Charles Trénet.
Guy Lafitte (12 January 1927 – 11 July 1998) was a French jazz tenor saxophonist born at Saint-Gaudens, France, most notable for his work with Mezz Mezzrow from 1951–1952 and having toured with Big Bill Broonzy in 1951. In 1954 Lafitte made Paris his home, and worked with Lionel Hampton and Emmett Berry. Lafitte had also been a collaborator on various other projects with musicians such as Wild Bill Davis and Bill Coleman. 1953 All the Things You Are with Franck Pourcel.
LaFitte started out paying clarinet including with swing-oriented gypsy bands. After switching to tenor in 1947 and moving to Paris, he worked with Big Bill Broonzy (1950), Mezz Mezzrow (1951), Bill Coleman (off and on starting in 1952), Dicky Wells and Buck Clayton. Through the years, Lafitte has frequently led his own mainstream combos and was also often utilized by veteran American players who were visiting France including Lionel Hampton (1956), Duke Ellington (for the 1961 film Paris Blues), Milt Buckner, Wallace Davenport, Arnett Cobb and Wild Bill Davis
|1||Texte De Michel Laverdure||1:28|
|2||Le Soleil A Des Rayons De Pluie||3:23|
|3||Que Reste-T-Il De Nos Amours ?||5:59|
|5||Narbonne, Mon Amie||3:29|
|6||Texte de Roger Dumont||1:29|
|7||Il Y Avait Des Arbres||2:29|
|8||Printemps A Rio||2:32|
|10||Bonsoir Jolie Madame||6:11|
|11||Que Reste-T-Il De Nos Amours ?||3:45|
|14||Bonsoir Jolie Madame||5:02|
- Recorded At – Studio Condorcet
- Recorded At – Decca Studios, Paris
- Recorded At – Studios Barclay
- Artwork [Sculpture] – Jean-Claude Biraben
- Bass – George Duvivier (tracks: 14), Jack Sewing (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Drums – J.C. Heard (tracks: 14), Philippe Combelle (tracks: 1 to 10), Sam Woodyard (tracks: 11 to 13)
- Engineer – François Porterie (tracks: 1 to 10), Gerhard Lehner (tracks: 14)
- Narrator – Guy Lafitte (tracks: 1, 6)
- Organ – Milt Buckner (tracks: 11 to 13)
- Photography By [Cover] – Pierre Vinche
- Photography By [Session] – Christian Kitzinger
- Piano – Hank Jones (tracks: 14), Marc Hemmeler (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Producer – Guy Lafitte
- Tenor Saxophone – Guy Lafitte
- Written By – Michel Laverdure (tracks: 1), Roger Dumont (tracks: 6)
NotesTracks 1 to 10 recorded at Condorcet Studio, Toulouse, France, March 5, 1984.
Tracks 11 to 13 recorded at Decca Studio, Paris, France, June 30, 1977.
Track 14 recorded at Barclay Studio, Paris, France, March 29, 1978.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3229265919026
|33.190||Guy Lafitte||Joue Charles Trenet (LP, Album)||Black And Blue||33.190||France||1984|
|none||Guy Lafitte||Guy Lafitte Joue Charles Trénet (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Limited Edition||none||Russia||2002|