LA PLAYLIST TOUS TERRAINS

1.Sattelite Dish by Nitai Hershkovits ft. Georgia Anne Muldrow

2. Seeds by Georgia Anne Muldrow

3. The Hipster by Florian Pellissier quintet

4. Social Call by Gigi Gryce nonet feat Ernestine Anderson

5. Congo to Cuba by Yiri Yiri Boum

6. Les Dorlanes by Vikings de la Guadeloupe

7. Tu voles by Rokia Traoré

8. Fanta Bourama by Djelimady Tounkara

9. Blues is for tomorrow by Healing Orchestra

10. Tensions by Charles Mingus

11. Switch  by Chris McGregor & the Castle Lager big band

12. Love Song  by Alan Lee quartet

1. Yesterday's Love by Aura

2. Beau mot plage by Christian Prommer

3. Oscalypso by The Art Blakey Percussion Ensemble

4. Me or the Papes by Jeru the Damaja

5. One Love by Charles X

6. Creole by Charlie Hunter quartet feat Mos Def

7. Blues Walk by Barney Wilen

8. Narcisa con Yalode by Omar Sosa

9. Sissi by Florian Pellissier quintet

10. All too soon by Duke Ellington

11. Martini Sweet by Joy




Ma carte de visite, c’est l’empreinte de ma pompe sur ta face
Grosse pointure : logique, je recouvre ta trace
— Lucio Bukowski




All rappers are princesses like me
— Earl Sweatshirt


1. Your love is too much by Gene Harris

2. Creole Gypsy by Roland Brival

3. Sakalav  by Christine Salem

4. 19 Naked life by Oko Ebombo

5. The Dreamer by Anderson Paak

6. Zvipacher by Chiwoniso

7. Lolilola by Christine Salem

8. The Rize by KillAson

9. Round 3 - Amsterdam by Mauro Gargano

10. Moon Ray  by Roy Haynes

11. Tijan by Edmony Krater

12. Atuka Mondhoro 808 by Jacob Mafuleni & Gary Gritness

1. Badder Weather by Matthew Halsall & the Gondwana Orchestra

2. Finer Things by Med Blue & Madlib

3. Sunrise in Beijing by Christian Scott

4. Cielito Lindo by Ed Thigpen

5. Rose Marie by Les Rapaces

6. Took My Brother Down by Vieux Farka Touré & Julia Easterlin

7. Who Got the Props by Black Moon

8. Beliefs by Arnault Cuisinier

9. Blues for Gwen by McCoy Tyner

10. Mar y rayo by Renaud Garcia-Fons & Dorantes

11. Djon Maya by Victor Démé

12. Blues Theme #2 by Lenny Breau

13. Where We Should Go by Guilhem Flouzat ft. Becca Stevens


They use all of the music that I did in the ‘50s, ‘60s and the ‘70s behind people like Tupac and LL Cool J. I’m into all that stuff.
— Donald Byrd



We’re not like pop musicians who have to perform the same top ten tunes every night of a tour.
— Oscar Peterson


Il n’existe que deux sortes
de musique : la bonne et la mauvaise
— Duke Ellington



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