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Friday, September 17, 2010

Jean-Jacques Milteau, Manu Galvin, Demi Evans - Pacific Blue `

Styles : Diatonic Harp
Released : 2005

1 - Ode to Bilie Joe
2 - Watermelon Man
3 - Soft Rain
4 - Soweto
5 - Bad Love Interview
6 - At Last On Time
7 - Stormy Monday
8 - Same Kind Of Pressure
9 - Love & Misery
10 - Chain Of Fools (Bonus Track)
 Jean-Jacques Milteau' is a Parisian harmonica player, singer, songwriter and blues, perhaps the greatest harmonica player of French history, considered by many to be the pope of the blues. Born in Paris, near Porte D'Italie, became interested in the harmonica when he heard the first time in 60 years, and the folk music of Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, but missed out this time by leading rock and was turning for the most ancestral rhythm. He accompanied several French singers of different styles, such as Yves Montand and Charles Aznavour. In 1989 she recorded her first album, 'Blues Harp' and toured the world always accompanied by his faithful sidekick, guitarist Manu Galvin and distinguished guests of the blues. Since then, he accompanied blues Yankee beasts, as Mighty Mo Rodgers, Little Milton and Mighty Sam McClain.

 Milteau is a curious case in which the blues thrives far from its most fertile land, the southern U.S.. His passion for the blues harmonica and took him to Memphis in 2001 where he recorded the eponymous album with Little Milton and Mighty Sam McClain. In his next work, '3rd Blue', recorded in 2003, was attended by Gil Scott-Heron, Terry Callier, N'Dambi and Howard Johnson, and the most worthy companies and tuba player Howard Johnson Dean activist Gil Scott-Heron, the fabulous author of "Revolution Will Not Be Televised ', the anthem of the '60s counterculture. The blues Milteau now sounds nostalgic and lonely, sometimes emerges alive and infectious, with its fantastic harmonica solo. Milteau is today one of the most renowned musicians on this instrument, with extensive technical work are published on it. Jean-Jacques Milteau has proved that the blues, despite being born black American, it can be played with enormous talent and property, by a French and white.

 Album review of ymd5270
Let listen this album if you're a real harp fans.
Manu Galvin's concise and lively play guitar, like water flowing J.J.'s harp performances...
 You can realize why J.J. known as "the Paganini of the harmonica community" and "blues Enstein".
There are need no more comments. Flawless!!!

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