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The video Dew Drops in My Heart

The official video for DEW DROPS IN MY HEART (Georges Beckerich) from the album TOUPIA

Georges Beckerich – Trumpet, sound effects and all other instruments
Alexis Drossos – Tenor saxophone
Yasuhisa Yamamoto – Percussions

Video design and direction by Georges Beckerich
Produced by G.B. for Juste Une Trace
Published by Éditions Amoc
Recorded by G.B. and Yasuhisa Yamamoto
Mixed and mastered by Jonathan Marcoz
Photographs by G.B.
Artwork «TOUPIA» by G.B. and Corinne Garino

https://youtu.be/R89Wgxegar4

℗ 2015-2019 – Georges Beckerich © 2020 – Juste Une Trace – AMOC

BABYLON LIVE VIDEO

A live video for « BABYLON » (Barry Melton) from the album LIVE AT LA DAME DE CANTON.

It was 1969 at the Woodstock Festival, the voice of Barry “The Fish” Melton filled the air over an excited crowd. At the same time Jay Ryan was in the streets of Chicago in the marching band.

BARRY «THE FISH» MELTON MEETS JAY AND THE COOKS

Barry «The Fish» Melton – Vocals, guitar
Jay Ryan – Vocals, guitar
Stéphane Missri – Guitar, banjo
Paul Susen – Fiddle, mandolin
Marten Ingle – Bass
Danny Montgomery – Drums

Produced by Paul Bessone for Juste Une Trace
Published by Ice Nine Publishing and Seafood Music
Recorded at LA DAME DE CANTON
Mixed by Arnaud Bascuñana
Live video by friend and DDC
Artwork “Live at La Dame de Canton” by Corinne Garino

THE VIDEO GENESIUM

A STOP-MOTION video for « Genesium » by PEE BEE. The song composed by Claudio Pallaro is on the album OR NOT TO BE. The reference of Genesium is not immediately apparent, eventually emerging from pastoral swathes with a theme from Genesis’ Cinema Show… It’s a fun environment and Pee Bee have established a quietly anarchic culture that keeps the music away from the chin-stroking density that could put non-jazzers off. As such, it’s an exuberant and highly enjoyable listen that takes in current affairs and pop culture from the ’60s and ’70s within quirky arrangements, all put together by a wide-ranging and technically accomplished group of musicians.

Video produced by Paul Bessone for Juste Une Trace
Assisted by Jean Bessone
GENESIUM published by Éditions Amoc
Recorded and mixed by Yohan Progler for Jazz En Face
Mastered by Raphaël Jonin
Video Design by Thibault Joyeux
Photograph by Nathalie Courau-Roudier
Artwork “Or Not To Be” by Jérémie Bernard

Pee Bee is member of Grands Formats federation

The video 83 BIS

Gary Brunton composed 83 BIS in memory of the CIM, the jazz school located at 83 bis Rue Doudeauville in the 18th district of Paris.
At the end of the 80s, Gary Brunton studied there. During the course, he met Pierre Christophe, Daniel Garcia Bruno and Bojan Zulfikarpasic. It was during this period that he settled permanently in France.

The founder and director of the Centre d’Informations Musicales, Alain Guerrini, encourages him and takes pleasure in organizing jams-session. It is also at the CIM that Gary Brunton meets Michel Grailler, Dave Liebman and Simon Goubert. Many talented professional musicians have passed through this school founded in the mid-1970s.
We found a
jam-session filmed by Alain Guerrini in 1989. We find Dave Liebman (soprano saxophone), Bojan Zulfikarpasic (piano), Gary Brunton (double bass), Daniel Garcia Bruno (drums) and Michel Grailler (he remplaces Bojan Z).

30 years later, Gary Brunton, Bojan Z and Simon Goubert record their first album together.
The official video for 83 BIS (Gary Brunton) from the album NIGHT BUS

GARY BRUNTON – Double bass
BOJAN Z – Piano
SIMON GOUBERT – Drums

Produced by Paul Bessone for Juste Une Trace
Published by Éditions Amoc
Recorded and mixed by Vincent Mahey
Mastered by Raphaël Jonin
Produced by Gary Brunton and Edouard Ferlet
Video Design by Thibault Joyeux, Paul and Jean Bessone
Photographs by Nathalie Courau-Roudier
Artwork cover by Jérémie Bernard
Supported by Sacem and Scpp

THE VIDEO JESSE JAMES

A STOP-MOTION video for « JESSE JAMES » (Barry Melton, Robert Hunter) from the album LIVE AT LA DAME DE CANTON.

It was 1969 at the Woodstock Festival, the voice of Barry “The Fish” Melton filled the air over an excited crowd. At the same time Jay Ryan was in the streets of Chicago in the marching band.

It is no coincidence that LIVE AT LA DAME DE CANTON starts off with “Jesse James”, one of the songs co-written by Barry “The Fish” Melton and Bob Hunter. Robert Hunter, lyricist and member of the Grateful Dead, had passed away 3 days before the recording. It’s with these memories and some nostalgia that Barry got on stage accompanied by Jay and The Cooks. He pays homage to his friend and you can hear it in his voice.

BARRY «THE FISH» MELTON MEETS JAY AND THE COOKS

Barry «The Fish» Melton – Vocals, guitar
Jay Ryan – Vocals, guitar
Stéphane Missri – Guitar, banjo
Paul Susen – Fiddle, mandolin
Marten Ingle – Bass
Danny Montgomery – Drums

Produced by Paul Bessone for Juste Une Trace
Published by Ice Nine Publishing and Seafood Music
Recorded at LA DAME DE CANTON
Mixed by Arnaud Bascuñana
Live video by friend and DDC
Stop Motion by Thibault Joyeux
Artwork “Live at La Dame de Canton” by Corinne Garino

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