Two RB’S * Harbor Street Parade * Minor Bash * I’ll Remember Alex * Scandinavian Summer * It Don’t Mean A Thing… * 1944 Stomp
* Transit * Invisible * Guillaume’s Invitation * Second Line
Recorded: MESA Studio France : August 2006 : time 62.16 : GNO7CD5
Distribution online: www.guillaumenouaux.com : e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
With three of the eleven named numbers in the album credited to famous specialists’ jazz reedsmen, and three others arranged by himself - drummer leader Nouaux, has produced a candlelight diner club set, or crowd, with a quality jazz music novel compendium that should continually provide for a full-house sitting for its members.
As a jazz traditionalist of New Orleans Classic Jazz, I’m particularly impressed with the Paul Barbarin of the street parade Second Line number on how the two Nouaux front-line brass instrumentalists, and the Leroy Jones vocals, so much so, as it is, is the example making jazz interpretation that this reeds less quintet has done on the whole - given to the various modern, standardisation jazz styles of the past century, a futuristic slant that can be appealing to the world wide youth of today.
In other words, full of pleasant riff movements, the title tune sound could be the soundings of the perfect stamp for a Nouaux style of jazz music.
However, having attended the concert at the 2007 Nairn, Scotland, jazz festival that both Guillaume and Sébastien were present, heard staged with clarinettist leader, Evan Christopher and Australian David Blankhorn on guitar, will not forsake “our kind of jazz “ Classic - namely, the
See website page: Nairn 2007 Jazz Festival
Kings Jazz Review
Tuesday the 25th of September 2007