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Le jazz et la France : histoire d'amour

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Sonny Rollins  Afternoon In Paris   buy on itunes
Keith Jarrett  Blues   buy on itunes
Dizzy Gillespie  Girl of My Dreams   buy on itunes
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers  Á la Mode   buy on itunes
Diana Krall  Fly Me to the Moon   buy on itunes
Johnny Hodges  The Last Time I Saw Paris   buy on itunes
Miles Davis  Générique   buy on itunes
Louis Armstrong  When I Grow Too Old to Dream   buy on itunes
Chet Baker  There's a Small Hotel   buy on itunes
Oscar Peterson, Stéphane Grappelli, Kenny Clarke & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen  Looking At You   buy on itunes
Joséphine Baker  Hello, Bluebird   buy on itunes
Keith Jarrett Trio  Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West   buy on itunes
Raquel Bitton  Nuages   buy on itunes
Henri Salvador  Maladie d'amour   buy on itunes
Thelonious Monk Quartet  Ruby My Dear   buy on itunes
Jean Sablon  C'est si bon   buy on itunes
Memphis Slim & Willie Dixon  Pigalle Love   buy on itunes
Charles Trenet  Que reste t-il de non amours ?   buy on itunes

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Django Reinhardt et Stéphane Grappelli sont tout deux tombés amoureux grâce à Joséphine Baker. Plus tard, nombreux furent les musiciens américains de jazz à trouver domicile en France, pays d'accueil. Retrouvez ici leurs enregistrements parisiens, époque à laquelle la France découvrait Miles dans « Ascenseur pour l'échafaud » et Art Blakey dans « Les Liaisons dangereuses », tandis que les chanteurs et chanteuses français empruntaient ces rythmes nouveaux. Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli both fell in love thanks to Josephine Baker. Later, many American jazz musicians fell in love with France and made their home there. Check out this selection of their Parisian recordings, made at a time when French listeners were discovering Miles Davis in "Ascenseur pour l'échafaud" and Art Blakey in "Les Liaisons dangereuses." French singers were quick to pick up on these new rhythms.
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