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Montreal Jazz-Up

Maânouche Swing Quintet

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1.1
Nica's Dream (arr. by Samuel Blais)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
6:07
1.2
Nardis (arr. by Damien Levasseur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
6:07
1.3
Rue de la Roche (arr. by Damien Levasseur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
4:18
1.4
I Fall In Love Too Easily (arr. by Samuel Blais)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
7:31
1.5
Four (arr. by Ivanhoe Jolicoeur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
5:05
1.6
Footprints (arr. by Simon Pagé)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
5:50
1.7
I Said: Damn Lou Page Sam (arr. by Ivanhoe Jolicoeur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
4:23
1.8
Django (arr. by Ivanhoe Jolicoeur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
6:31
1.9
Moanin' (arr. by Ivanhoe Jolicoeur)
Maânouche Swing Quintet
6:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:09
The Maânouche Swing Quintet brings its unique combination of manouche guitar and horns to a lineup of classic jazz standards from Horace Silver, Miles Davis, Sammy Cahn, Wayne Shorter and more. Guitarists Lou Boustani and Damien Levasseur are joined by Ivanhoe Jolicoeur on trumpet, Samuel Blais on saxophone and Simon Pagé on bass for this unique, upbeat, ADISQ Award nominated take on classic jazz.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fidelio Musique Studio Masters

Enregistré En Direct / Recorded Live: Église Saint François-de-Sales, Laval, Québec, Canada, avril / April 2010

Direction artistique / Artistic Direction
: Lou Boustani

Réalisation / Direction: Lou Boustani
Prise de son et matriçage / Sound Engineering and Mastering: René Laflamme

Montage / Editing: Jacques Laurin
Assistant Pierre-Philippe Boulay
Graphisme / Graphics: Nümoov-Michel Bérard
Photos: Michel Bérard
Textes Français / French Texts
: Lou Boustani et / and Aude Le Dubé
Traduction / Translation: Aude Le Dubé

This recording was done with the Neumann U-67 tube, TLM-170, AEA microphones connected to tubed preamplifiers and linked directly to a dCS 905 analogue-to-digital converter with 24-bit / 96 kHz resolution. A Pyramix Mykerinos (Masscore) recorder completed the recording arsenal.

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