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Sunday, January 16

Five great tips to fill up on jazz

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What winter and spring jazz will be like in terms of discography remains a bit of a mystery: labels and distributors reveal little about their game, beyond a few more closely related releases. A first selection brings the list down to five expected proposals, which are below. Suggestions from Guillaume Bourgault-Côté.


Dominique Fils-Aimé, Three Little Words, Ensoul Records (12 February)

February becomes an almost annual meeting for Dominique Fils-Aimé. Two years after the remarkable and much noticed Stay Tuned !, which followed by a year Nameless, the Montreal singer-songwriter will complete her triptych of albums next month that explore the legacies of African-American music. There is the form: this neat and inspired soul-jazz-R & B. But there is also the substance: these societal issues (on racism, in particular) that Dominique Fils-Aimé skillfully puts on the table with each song and which give his project a rare resonance and depth.


Charles Lloyd, Tone Poem, Blue Note (12 mars)


Eighty-two years and a reinforced relevance with each album. From year to year, the saxophonist Charles Lloyd from one project to another enriches an already immense work. He puts it back on March 12 on the Blue Note label with Tone Poem, which he presents surrounded by his group The Marvels (Bill Frisell, Reuben Rogers, Eric Harland and Greg Leisz). We understand that the chosen repertoire will go from Ornette Coleman … to Leonard Cohen (Anthem). “The images of his poetry and his dark, moving melodies speak to my melancholy,” Lloyd told the magazine recently. Downbeat.



Misc, Share the ambulance, Bonsound (February 3)

Nearly five years will have passed between the release of the Montreal trio’s first album. Misc and Share l’ambulance, expected on February 3. Jérôme Beaulieu, William Côté and Simon Pagé promise an album which “reflects the global crisis which shakes humanity and the choices which are presented to it” – what is called a big program. The Misc sound is characterized by a solid jazz foundation fed by electro, pop, rock and various samples: undoubtedly one of the most daring and interesting Quebec groups. Among the other local outings to watch out for, this time on the label Effendi: the Jazzlab Orchestra (March), the pianist François Bourassa (a solo for April) and his colleague Rafael Zaldivar, who will be accompanied by the great drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (June).


Jon Batiste, We Are, Verve (19 mars)

Those who have seen the very pretty animated film Soul, from director Pete Docter, will have noticed the quality of the soundtrack signed by the pianist and singer Jon Batiste. The one who is musical director for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will present in March a new album at Verve, which we present as a fusion of R&B, soul, funk, rap, punk, jazz and classical (yes, that covers wide) and which will be accompanied by four animated short films. Peace activist from the Black Lives Matter and Remember to Vote movements, co-artistic director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, luminous pianist, Batiste describes what he does as ” social music »: There is never anything unnecessary in what he does. Far from there.


33 rpm and 180 grams

For a good decade the major jazz record companies have focused on showcasing their past catalog by capitalizing on the popularity of vinyl. The last few years have seen a strengthening of this trend and of the quality (180 gram discs are the norm) of what is brought back to the market. We pay attention to details, in short. ECM got down to it, Verve and Impulse! Records also (the Vital Vinyl series). But we will note for this winter and this spring the improvement of the two series of Blue Note (Vinyl Reissue and Tone Poet), with reissues of legendary albums by Shorter, Adderley, Blakey, Mobley, Clark, Hancock , Morgan and other giants. Only big material on which to place the needle.





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