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KariJazz Presents Yanvablue

KariJazz Presents Yanvablue by Various Artists buy album

Various Artists

Label: Karijazz
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

CD1: Anonse; Dey; Danbala; Magnitude 7; Mize; Mesi Bondye; Libete; San Pale; Nago Wes; Balade Manman' We; Konbit; Yoyo. CD2: Port-au-Prince; Haitian Peace Song; Life's a Bunch of Fridays; Mesi Bondye; Boarding Pass; To Mom and Dad; Blue String; I Remember Ernie; Harmonick.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Buyu Ambroise: tenor sax (CD1#1, CD1#3,); Paul Beaudry: double-bass (1); Lou Rainone: piano (CD1#1); Sean Phekoo: drums (CD1#1); Pauline Jean: vocal (CD1#2); Sharp Radway: piano (CD1#2); Corcoran Holt: bass (CD1#2); Alvin Atkinson: drums (CD1#2); Markus Schwarz : percussion (CD1#2, CD1#3, CD1#9,); Jeff Ballard: drums (CD1#3); Jean Caze: trumpet (CD1#3); Thurgot Theodat: tenor sax (CD1#4); Jimmy Jean Felix: guitar (CD1#4, CD1#8,); Jimmy Roc: drums (CD1#4); Wilson Albin: bass (CD1#4); Harold Faustin: guitar (CD1#5); Jean Beaudet: piano CD1# (5); Jocelyn Menard: saxophone (CD1#5); Brian Cezair: bass (CD1#5); Abdul Wali Mahammad: drums (CD1#5); Danglas Gregoire: percussion (CD1#5); Jowee Omicil: clarinet, soprano sax (CD1#6); Lionel Loueke: guitar (CD1#6); Patrick Andyantsialonina: acoustic bass (CD1#6); Francisco Mela: drums (CD1#6); Jean Michel Clermont: acoustic guitar (CD1#7); Dadi: electric bass (CD1#8); Michiko Tatsuno: piano (CD1#8); Bonga: Haitian drums (CD1#8, CD1#10); Serge Decius: percussion (CD1#8); Eddy Bourjolly: guitar (CD1#9, CD1#10); Welmyr Jean-Pierre: piano (CD1#9); Phillipe Charles: bass CD1# (9); Gashford Guillame: drums (CD1#9); Gifrants:rhythm guitar(CD1#10); Eddy Bourjolly: guitar (CD1#10); Jane Wang: upright bass (CD1#10); Andrew Dorsett: keyboards (CD1#10); Carol Chaikin: flute (CD1#10);Taku Hirano: percussion (CD1#10); David Bontemps: piano (CD1#11); Jude Deslouches: guitar (CD1#11); Julien Robert Lavigne: bass (CD1#11); Jacson Alisme: Haitian drums (CD1#11); Cydric Fereol: gwo ka, percussion (CD1#11); Ginou Oriol: vocal (CD1#12); Eddy Prophete: piano (CD1#12); Tatsuhiko Kimuro: bass (CD1#12). Ken Watters: trumpet (CD2#1); Yves Abel: bass (CD2#1); Andre Atkins: trombone (CD2#1); Ralph Conde: guitar (CD2#1); Kevin Bales: piano (CD2#1); Reginald Petit-Homme: drums (CD2#1); Berman Andre: percussion (CD2#1); Jowee Omicil: soprano sax (CD2#2); Mawuena Kodjovi: acoustic guitar (CD2#2); Nir Felder: electric guitar (CD2#2); Knoa Khasu: acoustic bass (CD2#2); Francisco Mela: drums (CD2#2); Manny Laine: Fender Rhodes (CD2#2); Jean Caze: trumpet (CD2#3-4); Troy Roberts: tenor sax (CD2#3); Andrew Fisher: keyboards (CD2#3); Eric England: bass (CD2#3); David Chiverton: drums (CD2#3); Rosemax: voice (CD2#4); Richard Barbot: bass (CD2#4, CD2#6); Ralph Millet: guitar (CD2#4); Reginald Policard: piano (CD2#4, CD2#6, CD2#7); Joel Widmaier: drums, percussion (CD2#4); William Jean: cowbell, floortom (CD2#4); Frantz Courtois: flute(CD2#4); Bemol Telfort: guitar (CD2#5); Ernst Louis: bass (CD2#5); Robert Pierre Louis: drums (CD2#5); Phil Jelatis: piano (CD2#5); Carl Fleurant: keyboards (CD2#5); Kevin Mounci: flute (CD2#5); Jimmy Jean Felix: guitar (CD2#6); Joel Widmaier: drums (CD2#6); Dadou Pasquet: guitar (CD2#7); Laurent Ciceron: bass (CD2#7); Jimmy Roc: drums (CD2#7); Ralph Conde: guitar, bass programming (CD2#8); Chardavoine: guitar (CD2#9); Phil Cendennin: Yamaha VL (CD2#9); Ismael bruno: bongos (CD2#9); Dener Ceide: guitar (CD2#10); Nicky: keys/programming (CD2#10); Armstrong Jeune: background vocal (CD2#10); Richard Cave: background vocal (CD2#10); Elie Lapointe: background vocal (CD2#10).


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