Jazz Brunch

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All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
In the 1984-1985 Parisian concert season, the big band of Claude Bolling held court in the expansive lounge of L'Hotel Méridien in a series of "jazz brunches"; from the evidence of this live recording, they must have been splendidly high-spirited affairs. Though colored by the Ellington and New Testament Basie manners of swinging and voicing, Bolling's band still has a perceivable, clearly etched Continental flavor that gives this music its own signature. Bolling's ten fingers are in an unquenchably swinging mode on his "Canonette" and Ernie Wilkins' "Sixteen Men Swingin'"; Annette Lowman provides sassy vocals in English, fortunately on five of the eleven tracks, ...
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All Music Guide - Richard S. Ginell
In the 1984-1985 Parisian concert season, the big band of Claude Bolling held court in the expansive lounge of L'Hotel Méridien in a series of "jazz brunches"; from the evidence of this live recording, they must have been splendidly high-spirited affairs. Though colored by the Ellington and New Testament Basie manners of swinging and voicing, Bolling's band still has a perceivable, clearly etched Continental flavor that gives this music its own signature. Bolling's ten fingers are in an unquenchably swinging mode on his "Canonette" and Ernie Wilkins' "Sixteen Men Swingin'"; Annette Lowman provides sassy vocals in English, fortunately on five of the eleven tracks, scatting up a storm on "Cotton Tail." The centerpiece of Jazz Brunch is a remarkably coherent 20-minute, three-part suite for Basie, "From CB to CB with Love," that seamlessly merges various Basie arrangers' trademarks within the lighter Bolling sound. Though technically this is music out of its time and place, more often than not, this band could achieve liftoff.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/9/1990
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074644575323
  • Catalog Number: 45753

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Claude Bolling Big Band Primary Artist
Claude Bolling Indexed Contributor, Piano
Claude Tissendier Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
Jean Aldegon Reeds, Alto Saxophone
Guy Bodet Trumpet
Michel Camicas Trombone
Jean-Paul Charlap Guitar
Vincent Cordelette Drums
Michael Delakian Trumpet
Jean Eteve Clarinet, Reeds, Alto Saxophone
Andre Paquinet Trombone
Pierre Schirrer Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Pierre-Yves Sorin Bass
Maurice Thomas Trumpet
Benny Vasseur Trombone
Charles Verstraete Trombone, Trumpet
Fernand Verstraete Trumpet
Émile Vilain Trombone
Annette Lowman Vocals
Jacques Bessot Trumpet
Dominique Vernhes Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Charlie Barnet Composer
Claude Bolling Producer, Audio Production
Gilbert Prenneron Engineer
Jean-Claude Zylberstein Liner Notes
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