Subtle exploration of the jazz trio from this Montreal based group whose music is driven by Middle Eastern influences melodies and the exotic percussive work of Ziya Tabassian.
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Catalog ID: MAM 009
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Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded at Studio 270 by Robert Langlois on May 23, 2008.
Guillaume Bourque-clarinet, bass clarinet
Jean Felix Mailloux-bass
Ziya Tabassian-percussion (tombak, daf, dayereh, def, riq, dordayereh, cymbals, pocket shaker, grelots, bols)
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1. Pas De Géant 5:59
2. La Balancoire 7:35
3. Akapou 5:22
4. Trois 7:23
5. Trampoline 6:31
6. Arabesque 4:04
7. Saut A La Corde 5:50
8. Sahara 4:07
9. Iz 6:02
10. Naha 5:46
11. Jacques 2:55
Percussion & Drums
Canadian Composition & Improvisation
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"Subtle exploration of the trio form. The compositions by Jean Felix Mailloux have some jazz influences mixed with world rhythms. Bomata present the music of their eponymous first album. The playful side of the melodies, the interaction between musicians and the obvious pleasure of playing music together characterizes this trio. The beauty and simplicity of Bomata's music will reach out to people."-Malasartes
"Jean Felix Mailloux is involved in several projects, either as producer, composer, arranger, or bassist, including the Trio Jean Félix Mailloux, which performed at the Montréal International Jazz Festival in 2003 and 2007. In 2006, the trio recorded and produced the CD Aurores Boréales. Mailloux is also a member of Bomata, the string trio Cordâme, Trio Damian Nisenson, Swing Guitares, and L'Agence du Swing (with Claude Vendette and Pierre Tanguay, among others). He has also recorded with Marie-Michele Desrosiers, Vincent Julien, Iks, and many others. He works on film music with Robert M. Lepage, Bertrand Chenier, and Francis Grandmont; and on stage music for Gregory Hlady (theatre), Louise Bedard (dance), and Daniel Soulieres (dance). Mailloux teaches music and conducts improvisation workshops with Pierre Tanguay and Claude Vendette."-Dame
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"Jean Félix Mailloux - Double-Bass (Montreal).
Jean Félix produces, composes, arranges and plays double bass on a variety of projects including Cordâme, wich produced three cds, the latest cd: Lieux imagines won an OPUS prize for best record: world music, the Jean Félix Mailloux Trio which produced the cd Aurores Boréales and Bomata a trio that produced an acclaimed cd in 2009 and is releasing a new one in 2013. Jean Félix is also a member of the Damian Nisenson Trio, which won the Best Performance Prize at the 2006 Montreal OFF Jazz Festival. Jean Félix also composed music for film, theatre and dance. He is a regular studio musician for composer Robert M. Lepage. Jean Felix is involved in a variety of other great projects."-Jean Felix Mailloux Website (https://jeanfelixmailloux.com/)
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