Gainsbourg, du jazz dans la ravine
At the beginning of his career, at the end of the 1950s, jazz was dominated by Boris Vian, who bore the banner on St Germain des Prés. Gainsbourg then signed a few pearls of the French song (Du jazz dans la ravine, le poinçonneur des lilas, l'eau à la bouche, ...).
The repertoire is particularly focused on this period of his career (Couleur café, Pauvre Lola, Les déménageurs de piano) in jazz and latin-jazz colors, some known by all, others to be discovered by the public. (la recette de l'amour fou, Ronsard 58, The cha cha cha du loup)
Enthusiasts of jazz as much as words will enjoy to relive the universe of this controversial singer as much as uncontested..
Manoel Nicolas : guitar/vocal
Luc Joly : sax/flûte
Julien Picca : double basse
Gerome Geney : drums