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Renaud García-Fons Discography [18 Albums] (1994-2013) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

25-07-2014, 18:19
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Renaud García-Fons Discography [18 Albums] (1994-2013) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

Artist: Renaud García-Fons
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1994-2013
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Ethnic Jazz, World Fusion, Folk
Quality: FLAC (Tracks,Image+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320kbps
Total: 18 Albums
Total Size: 5,6 Gb/2,17 Gb
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Renaud Garcia-Fons (born December 24, 1962) is a French upright-bass player and composer, notable for his customised 5-stringed bass.
Garcia-Fons started his musical studies at an early age. At five years old he picked up playing the piano, switched to classical guitar at eight, then turned to rock in his teens, and finally settling for the upright bass when he was 16. He got formal musical training at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he studied with François Rabbath who taught him his special technique of playing arco.

Garcia-Fons is known for his melodic sense and his viola-like col arco sound; he is sometimes referred to as "the Paganini of double bass." Garcia-Fons has been deeply influenced by his mentor, the bassist François Rabbath.

He started playing jazz with the band of trumpeter Roger Guérin, and there after had many collaborators, including symphony orchestras, jazz groups, and a trio. In 1987-93, he was part of the French all-double bass ensemble 'L'Orchestre de Contrebasses'. He remained with them for six years, also appearing with the 'Orchestre National de Jazz' directed by Claude Barthélémy during some of this time. Enja Records released his debut solo album Légendes (1992). Alboreá (1995) was his next album release, featuring his quartet including Jean-Louis Matinier (accordion), Jacques Mahieux (drums), and Yves Torchinsky (bass).

His third album, 1998's "Oriental Bass," featured his own compositions and was well received in the press. Next he combined with accordionist Jean-Louis Matinier on the album Fuera (1999). On many occasions he is accompanied by a variety of instruments, including guitar, lute, derbouka, flutes, trombone, and accordion. Garcia-Fons has collaborated with jazz musicians like Jean-Louis Matinier, Michael Riessler, Nguyên Lê, and Michel Godard, and contributed to recordings of Gerardo Núñez and to Middle Eastern players such as Kudsi Erguner, Dhafer Youssef, and Cheb Mami

1994 - Michael Riessler (with Renaud Garcia-Fons) - Momentum Mobile
1994 - Pedro Soler & Renaud Garcia-Fons - Suite Andalouse
1995 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Alborea
1996 - Gérard Marais & Renaud Garcia-Fons - Free Songs
1996 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Legendes
1997 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Oriental Bass
1998 - Michael Riessler (with Renaud Garcia-Fons) - Honing und Asche
1999 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Fuera
2000 - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Gerard Marais - Acoustic Songs
2002 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Navigatore
2004 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Entremundo
2005 - Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio - Arcoluz
2009 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - La Linea Del Sur
2011 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - 'Prince Ahmed' - Rolf-Liebermann-Studio, Hamburg, Germany 12 aug 2011 (Bootleg)
2011 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Mediterrannees
2012 - Garcia-Fons & Matinier - Evangelische Friedenskirche, Bad Ischl, Austria, 5.10.2012 (Bootleg)
2012 - Renaud Garcia-Fons - Solo. The Marcevol Concer
2013 - Renaud García-Fons - Beyond the Double Bass

Renaud García-Fons Discography [18 Albums] (1994-2013) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

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Deceptive   User offline   12 July 2014 20:38

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LD   User offline   30 July 2014 14:44

Wowie!! Huge Thanks. Amazing.

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