Peju by Bastien Brison
From the album
Homage to so many and omitting the ever present Scene of Now American pianists...naughty French man. Now put some French hip hop on it and stop pretending it sounds like Jamal, a few steps to go mon frere. Still incredibly beautiful though.
About the Album
Born in 1991 in Roanne, Bastien joined the CNR Chalon / Saône in 2006 and discovered his first emotions of the trio with Michel Martin-Charriere and Elijah Martin-Charriere. Influences found in his playing come from Bill Charlap, Kenny Barron, Mulgrew Miller, Hank Jones, Keith Jarrett, Ahmad Jamal ... He has participated in several festivals ( Fort en Jazz, Jazz à Grenoble, Cavajazz, Jazz au Péristyle de l'Opéra de Lyon...) and is a regular player on the jazz scene in Lyon (The Key Vault, The Periscope, The Second Breath Backstage ...) During a journey to New York, he worked occasionally with internationally renowned musicians Johnny O'Neal, Aaron Goldberg, Gerald Clayton, Eric Reed, Sacha Perry. He has also played with renowned musicians such as Patrick Maradan, Paco Sery, Roman Cuoq, Irving Acao, Christophe Lincontang William Lespinasse. He plays in a variety of bands: MMC Trio Michel Martin Charriere (double bass) Elie Martin Charriere (drums) Bastien Brison Trio Sylvain Pourrat (double bass) Romain Sarron (drums) PYC Trio Pierre Yves Cote (double bass) Phil Maniez (drums) Adele Bracco Trio Adele Bracco (singer) Patrick Maradan (double bass) Le Big Band de l'Ouest Direction Nicolas Frache Archibald Alexis Bringuier (Voice) Karim Addadi (Guitar) Tof Sinclar (Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Rewind Willy Amarat (Beatbox) BCBG Yacha Berdah (Trumpet) Pierre Gibbe (Bass) Hugo Crost (Drums)
February 15, 2013
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