Stars of Gypsy Swing
TRACKLIST & AUDIO
1. Hungaria 2. Minor Blues 3. Swanee River 4. What Is This Thing Called Love 5. Rosas 6. Kokopelli Song 7. Noto Swing 8. Sweet Chorus 9. Istiqbal Solo 10. Barbes-Brooklyn 11. Bolero A Tchan-Tchou 12. Yong Yuan Xiao Shi 13. Limehouse Blues
1. Marina Swing 2. Step Swing 3. Dark Romance 4. Coquette 5. My Blue Heaven 6. Djangology 7. For Sylvia 8. Ma Premiere Guitare 9. Nanoc 10. The Story Of The Northern Plea 11. Moment’s Notice 12. Fleche D’Or 13. Confessin’
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Everyone a dazzling star. The Stars of Gypsy Swing. This is a musical imprint of our patron’s unique personalities, highlighting their talent, energy, compositions, melodies and Django Reinhardt’s music.
Some were born to Django’s music, others gravitated to it, all have left their indelible mark on this style. Individually displaying their singular guitar style, mastery and personal interpretations, all these incredible musicians have nurtured and evolved the genre globally to renewed heights of popularity.
This CD was only made possible by their generously donated tracks. The purpose: to elevate and share Django’s legacy, whilst assisting Le QuecumBar’s objective of supporting and promoting Django’s Gypsy Swing, its Gypsy heritage and its musicians worldwide.
It has taken over a year to put together this unique eclectic and exciting mix of guitar masterpieces that includes original and unreleased material from John Jorgenson, Hank Marvin (his first Gypsy Swing guitar recording) and Biel Ballester.
All 26 tracks on this double album were contributed by the 13 elite global Gypsy Swing guitar patrons of Le QuecumBar, London’s world premier Gypsy Swing venue. www.quecumbar.co.uk
Featuring Angelo DeBarre (French Gypsy), Dave Kelbie (UK) with Fapy Lafertin and The George Washingmachine Quartet (Australia), John Jorgenson (USA), Hank Marvin (UK)
Ritary Gaguenetti (French Gypsy), Gary Potter (UK), John Etheridge (UK), Moreno(French Gypsy), Stephane Wrembel (France), Biel Ballester (Spain), Andreas Oberg (Sweden), Robin Nolan (UK) and Lollo Meier (Dutch Gypsy).
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