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Gwen Sampe & Jobic Le Masson - Conversions (2014)

15-11-2014, 18:53
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Gwen Sampe & Jobic Le Masson - Conversions (2014)

Artist: Gwen Sampe & Jobic Le Masson
Title Of Album: Conversions
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Gwen Sampe & Jobic Le Masson
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:18
Total Size: 137 Mb
Covers: Front

01. All The Pretty Horses (4:12)
02. Love Came (4:12)
03. Old Devil Moon (6:53)
04. When Winter Called (4:34)
05. All Those Ships (4:13)
06. Fragments (5:46)
07. Not Just Yet (3:16)
08. Caravan (7:15)
09. My Little Brown Book (5:35)
10. The Last Turning (4:44)
11. Over The Rainbow (7:32)

Gwen Sampé:
A native of Houston, Texas, Gwen is a singer, composer, arranger, teacher, workshop facilitator and dancer with a background as rich and diverse as her talents.
In 1990 Gwen directed, performed in and composed the music for "Turnings," a theater piece based on Wole Soyinka's book of poems, "A Shuttle in the Crypt." She played the part God in Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde, the first woman to play the part, she joined Ariya, England's first black opera company and performed in their production of Dido and Aeneas, she has taught in prisons, retirement homes, in special and in universities, she has worked with teenagers at risk and adult learners, written music for a short film. She studied dance with Yolande Burke and Elsa Wolliaston and uses dance to great effect in her live shows. (A DVD is one of the future projects, for those unable to see her live performances.) A blessed life, yes, yet singing jazz has remained her main focus and love. Gwen has been performing in clubs and festivals around Europe for many years and released her first album," Water Gazing," in 2002. Her musical partnership with pianist Jobjc Le Masson started 5 years ago.

Jobic Le Masson:
Jobic Le Masson was born in France in 1968 and started his musical education at the age of 7 at the Conservatory. Age sixteen he moved to the US on his own and attended the Greenwich High School in Connecticut where he studied music theory and composition. In 1987 he attended the Berklee School of Music where he received his BMus and a diploma in sound engineering.and returned to Paris after graduating in 1990.
Jobic divides his time between composing, arranging, performing, recording and teaching. Over the years he has developed and maintained close associations with musicians such as John Betsch, Peter Giron, Aldridge Hansberry, Sebastien Buchholz, Gwen Sampé, Steve Potts, Longineu Pearson, Rasul Siddik, Benjamin Duboc, Didier Lasserre, with whom he records and performs with regularly in festivals and clubs both in France and abroad.
An improviser allergic to clichés, his compositional skills have been acclaimed by the press, notably with the release of his cd "Hill."

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