Le jazz funk psychédélique est de retour !
Created by pianist Frédéric d’Oelsnitz surrounded by 6 highly talented musicians, the Music of the Jimi Brown Experience is at the crossroads of those of Jimi Hendrix and James Brown , illuminated by the electric period of Miles Davis .The brass riffs tirelessly, but their solo jazzes up, the electric guitar tears the air, the Fender piano and the leader’s trumpet take the listener to unknown but always “groovy” territories, the rhythm pulses tirelessly. Crossing rock, funk and jazz, this music takes the road left by people like Sly Stone who also tried to create a hybrid music between those of these two giants that were Jimi Hendrix and James Brown . And at the end of this road is a treasure of groove and inventiveness, represented by this album.
A écouter les oreilles grandes ouvertes et sans modération ! Et, au fait, vous pouvez danser aussi !
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01 – Hot pants 5:36
02 – Fire 4:51
03 – Cold sweat 6:09
04 – Dolly dagger 6:05
05 – If six was nine 7:17
06 – Give it up turn it to loose 5:21
07 – Manic depression 4:39
08 – Get on the good foot 6:06
09 – Purple Haze 5:25
10 – Angel 5:17
11 – Super bad / Sex machine 6:31
12 – Licking stick 6:28
13 – Little miss lover 5:30
14 – I feel good 3:06
Jimi Brown Experience Members
Jimi Brown Experience , a name that inevitably evokes the spirit of two icons of Afro-American music. Here there is no easy mimicry, no backward trend, but the spiritual invocation of these great musical minds of the 20th century that are Hendrix and James .
Trained in the school of jazz and live, one might think that playing funk and soul would be a technical recreation for these musicians.
However, as Nile Rodgers reminds us, not all jazzmen are capable of playing funk; this requires a dose of feeling that is not lacking in this Jimi Brown Experience . Seb Chaumont (saxophone), Selim Nini (saxophone), Tahina Razafindratsiva (trombone), and Fred d’Oelsnitz’s parsimonious trumpet gives JB’s relief essential to this project. When the latter is not blowing, he radiates his Fender supported by the rhythmic foundations of Laurent Sarrien (drums) and Fabrice Bistoni (bass), and the guitar of Jonathan Gritella ensuring everyone the essential strength to let go of the choruses and get a little closer to the higher spheres of the soul.