Nomades en Vol - Portrait

Nomades en Vol - Portrait

by Bratsch



Bratsch are, as they say, big in France (and several other places), and as good a way as any to start Network's Portrait series, essentially a retrospective look at careers. This covers 1988-2003, across a pair of CDs. The first disc, which goes up to 1994, focuses on the quintet proper and its free-ranging inspirations, which go from Greek rembetika to gypsy jazz and klezmer, even delving into the Italian "Maruzella" and touching on Arab music with "Bayat." The more recent part offers four new tracks recorded for this compilation but places the spotlight more firmly on the band's collaborations with other artists, such as "Johnny," where they teamed with Hungarians Andro Drom. It shows how they managed (remarkably) to spread their net even wider and take in yet more music. But more than that, how they've been able to assimilate the styles so perfectly that they fit seamlessly with people who make music in each style. That's not just because Bratsch are excellent chameleons, able to take on local coloring; it's because they're damn good, as every track here shows

Product Details

Release Date: 03/09/2004
Label: Network Germany
UPC: 0785965105129
catalogNumber: 51051

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bratsch   Primary Artist
Nano Peylet   Clarinet,Vocals
Bruno Girard   Violin,Vocals
Pierre Jacquet   Double Bass
François Castiello   Accordion,Vocals
Dan Gharibian   Bouzouki,Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Paul   Composer
Bratsch   Arranger,Composer
Nano Peylet   Arranger,Composer
Azimuth   Arranger,Composer
Nikos Gatsos   Composer
Francis Lemarque   Composer
Bruno Girard   Arranger,Composer
Traditional   Composer
Roland Kopp   Graphic Design
Jean Trouillet   Liner Notes
Franz Aumüller   Cover Art
François Castiello   Arranger
Dan Gharibian   Arranger,Composer
Christos Scholzakis   Liner Notes
Emmanuel Bacquet   Cover Photo
Pauline Cumbers   translation

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