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Jef Gilson & MalagasyMalagasy ... CD
Palm/Souffle Continu (France), 1971. New Copy ... $13.99 19.99
A groundbreaking project from French pianist Jef Gilson – an artist who'd already made some incredible records in the 60s, but really knocked it out of the park here – by collaborating with a host of musicians from Madagascar! The set mixes Gilson's strong ear for arrangement with these wonderful twists and turns in both the rhythms, and in the phrasing of the horns – a lineup that includes Georges Rahoerson on soprano sax, Roland De Comarmond on baritone, Alain Razafinohatra on alto, and Serge Rahoerson and Joel Rakotomamonjyh on tenors – working alongside Gilson on piano and some balafon-like use of xylophone! The tracks are filled with modal changes – moving even more strongly when the group brings in some added percussion – and on one track, Gilson plays some very cool Hohner electric piano too. Titles include a remake of "The Creator Has A Master Plan" – plus "Avaradoha", "Chant Inca", "Sodina", and "Malagasy". CD

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Jef Gilson & MalagasyMalagasy At Newport-Paris ... CD
Palm/Souffle Continu (France), 1973. New Copy ... $13.99 19.99
An incredible live performance from French pianist Jef Gilson and his groundbreaking Malagasy combo – a group of musicians from Madagascar, exiled in Paris – working here with Gilson on some really amazing sounds! The record is definitely jazz a the core – thanks to plenty of Fender Rhodes from Jef and strong tenor solos from Del Rabenja – but there's also a lot of percussion from Sylvain Marc and Ange Zizi Japhet, and nice heavy drums from Frank Raholison, who keeps things funky in all the right ways. Marc also handles heavy bass and some great guitar – and on two tracks, Gilson picks up the ondoline, used in a really beautiful way! Titles include "Veloma Lava", "Valiha Del", "1973", "Dizzy", "Solo Frank", and "Buddah's Vision". CD
Also available Malagasy At Newport-Paris ... LP 32.99

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Jef Gilson & MalagasyMalagasy At Newport-Paris ... LP
Palm/Souffle Continu (France), 1973. New Copy (reissue)... $32.99 36.99
An incredible live performance from French pianist Jef Gilson and his groundbreaking Malagasy combo – a group of musicians from Madagascar, exiled in Paris – working here with Gilson on some really amazing sounds! The record is definitely jazz a the core – thanks to plenty of Fender Rhodes from Jef and strong tenor solos from Del Rabenja – but there's also a lot of percussion from Sylvain Marc and Ange Zizi Japhet, and nice heavy drums from Frank Raholison, who keeps things funky in all the right ways. Marc also handles heavy bass and some great guitar – and on two tracks, Gilson picks up the ondoline, used in a really beautiful way! Titles include "Veloma Lava", "Valiha Del", "1973", "Dizzy", "Solo Frank", and "Buddah's Vision". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Malagasy At Newport-Paris ... CD 13.99

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✨✧ Jef Gilson & MalagasyMalagasy ... LP
Palm/Souffle Continu (France), 1971. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A groundbreaking project from French pianist Jef Gilson – an artist who'd already made some incredible records in the 60s, but really knocked it out of the park here – by collaborating with a host of musicians from Madagascar! The set mixes Gilson's strong ear for arrangement with these wonderful twists and turns in both the rhythms, and in the phrasing of the horns – a lineup that includes Georges Rahoerson on soprano sax, Roland De Comarmond on baritone, Alain Razafinohatra on alto, and Serge Rahoerson and Joel Rakotomamonjyh on tenors – working alongside Gilson on piano and some balafon-like use of xylophone! The tracks are filled with modal changes – moving even more strongly when the group brings in some added percussion – and on one track, Gilson plays some very cool Hohner electric piano too. Titles include a remake of "The Creator Has A Master Plan" – plus "Avaradoha", "Chant Inca", "Sodina", and "Malagasy". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Malagasy ... CD 13.99
 
 
 



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