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Partager l'ambulance

Misc

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1.1
Le preacher
Misc
5:56
1.2
Petite apathie
Misc
4:25
1.3
Q-Line
Misc
2:49
1.4
X-ALT (Alt Version)
Misc
5:42
1.5
La fab
Misc
1:40
1.6
Une chiée (feat. CHIENVOLER)
Misc; CHIENVOLER
7:49
1.7
Mad
Misc
5:18
1.8
Superman se pointera pas
Misc
7:31
Total Playing Time    41:10
This new effort by the instrumental trio formed by Jérôme Beaulieu (piano & synthesizers), William Côté (drums & percussion) and Simon Pagé (double bass & electric bass) follows the 2016 release of their eponymous album. With this new album, the trio pursues their musical exploration and further blurs the boundaries between jazz and other genres. Firmly rooted in a questioning era of stormy social context, Partager l’ambulance (which translates to "Sharing the ambulance") refers to the global crisis that shakes humanity right now. The music explores the choice we have to either address the crisis and minimize the fallout, or ignore it and risk severe consequences in the future. This reflection is illustrated on the highly colorful album cover, designed by Christophe B. de Muri.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bonsound Studio Masters

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