19 October 2014

JEF GILSON ‎– ANTHOLOGY JEF GILSON 1945/1975 : THE BEGINNING OF JEF GILSON (PALM, 1975)





A1. Blues In Disguise
A2. Dixieland Blues
A3. Jef's Blues
A4. Chant Inca
A5. Requiem Pour Django
A6. Audytion

B1. Bizz_Arre
B2. Le Grand Bidou
B3. Fable Of Gutemberg
B4. Arva-Et-Viente
B5. Marigny Square Garden
B6. Madison For Mad


Pierre Merlin, cornet (A1)
Claude Luter, clarinet (A1)
Jef Gilson, clarinet (A1,2, 3), piano (A4, B1-3)
Mourgli Jospim, piano (A1)
Michel Pacout, drums (A1)
Jacky Vermont, trumpet (A2)
Claude Romain, clarinet (A2)
Jean-Claude Fohrenbach, tenor saxophone (A2, 4)
Raphael Shechoun, piano (A2)
Henri Cenni, guitar (A2)
Georges Hadjo, bass (A2, 3)
Fernand Minete, drums (A2)
André Persiany, piano (A3)
Jean Bonnal, guitar, (A3)
Jean Liesse, cornet (A4)
Jean-Louis Chautemps, tenor saxophone (A4, B4-6)
Guy de Fatto, bass (A4)
Robert Barnet, drums (A4)
Georges Kirsch, percussion (A4)
Gilbert Diaz,  trumpet (A5, 6)
Alex Renard, trumpet (A5, 6)
Raymond Fonsèque, trombone (A5, 6)
Roland Audy, alto saxophone (A5, 6)
Georges Bessières, tenor saxophone (A5, 6)
Henri Jouot, baritone saxophone (A5, 6)
Gilbert Gassin, bass (A5, 6)
Armand Cavallaro, drums (A5, 6)
Georges Gay, trumpet (A6)
Raymond Katarzinsky, trombone (A6)
Alain Tabarnouval, soprano saxophone (B1-3)
Pierre Caron, tenor saxophone (B1-3)
Lloyd Miller, balafon, microrgan (B1-3)
Alain Melet, electric bass (B1-3)
Henri Texier, bass (B1-3)
Pierre-Alain Dahan, drums (B1-3)
Georges Bence, trumpet (B4-6)
Ivan Jullien, trumpet (B4-6)
Jacques Nourredine, baritone saxophone (B4-6)
Georges Arvanitas, piano (B4-6)
Paul Piquillem, guitar, (B4-6)
Pierre Sim, bass (B4-6)
René Nan, drums (B4-6)



Recorded in Paris, 1946-1962

Palm ‎– PALM 18

LP Rip

6 comments:

Nick said...

GF

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Solomon said...

Thank you!

boogieman said...

Thanks a lot.
Impressive list of French jazzmen!

headman said...

I've probably got much of this on other albums by him but, hey, you can never have too much Jef Gilson!

Thanks very much for sharing this rarity, Nick.

Wallofsound said...

I have the music, but not the record. Thanks. I do like being a complete-ist.





corvimax said...

thank you Nick.
I know only four of the tracks on this album. of course also to see the originals one day ... maybe