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This track from the exciting new ensemble brings the heat to lead off the weekend. It stretches out past traditional big band charts without losing any of the fun or fireworks. An exciting addition to the jazz landscape. Jazz from the UK.
Florence Joelle, the songstress with a style all her own and a subconscious colonized by vintage American tunes, sings of things that go bump in the night. Paris-born, she was bred on jazz at home and the music of the city's streets: the Gypsy art of Django Reinhardt, bal musette, and North African Rai. As a girl she began to collect rock'n'roll, doo-wop and early blues. The unstoppable Chris Campion on click bass, the infamous Arthur Lager (Gallon Drunk/The Scientists) on drums and the tenacious tunesmith Huck Whitney (The Flaming Stars) on lead guitar. Happening right now, you will never forget your first Kiss Of Fire.
August 5, 2011
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