Jazz Addiction Band

"Nice Cap"

2000

Mimi VERDERAME, Guitar & Drums - Fabrice ALLEMAN, Soprano & Tenor Sax - Jean-Pol STEFFENS & Gino LATTUCA, Bugle Trumpet Marc GODFROIT, Trombone - Ivan PADUART, Piano - Théo DE JONG, Electric Bass - Frédéric MALEMPRE , Percussions.

GUEST: Robert Jeanne Sax Tenor

The cordiale fusion of Nice Cap or that of the more techno-breckerine, of Badaboum, here everything has a pleasant Mediterranean perfume, the Islands, the sun.

 

A nuance which is everything but ordinary. Add into the balance the colors of precessions and the rewrite of the charts in relation to the line-up and a salvo of compositions born tomorrow and savor the evidence : the octet is there, the mini big band no! The coppery sound of the new Addiction fully reminds of the universe of brass band or the muscled phalanges of Salsa more than the blue intricate. And the 
repertoire confirms the verdict, with its airs of family album where the Cousins dominate : from joyous R’nB that deviates to an illuminated Reggae of Cousin Donald, The passage leads us through the seven tempos of a demonic Salsero of Martino Latini, a gentle bossa written by Robert Jeanne as a tribute to Stan Getz, the cordiale fusion of Nice Cap or that of the more techno-breckerine, of Badaboum, here everything has a pleasant Mediterranean perfume, the Islands, the sun. To the reassuring of solidity of Mainstream, Verderame will always prefer the boiling water of the Gulfstream. Reaching for the old good standart of Cahn and Stordal, I should care, which receives a Latino lifting of a good measure.

So, here we are. It is up to you to engulf yourselves. Fabrice Alleman, Ivan Paduart, Gino Lattuca, Mini and the others will act as guides. You are free, by the end of the run, to pronounce “JAZZ ADDICTION” à l’espagnole if it pleases you!

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