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OZMA

Label: Juste Une Trace
Released: 2009
Duration: 00:44:05
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Track Listing

1. Prise triviale (Ozma) 5’13 2. Sirène (Ozma) 5’19 3. Nana bozo (Ozma) 6’31 4. Vilniusian Dance (Ozma) 4’21 5. Voik (Ozma) 6’21 6. Titubation Matinale (Ozma) 4’33 7. The Wizard (Ozma) 7’44 8. Flibusto (Ozma) 3’48

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Additional Personnel / Information

+ Pascal Schumacher (Vibraphone) on “Nana Bozo” and “Vilnusian Dance”, Jean Louis Marchand (Clar), Thomas Frand (Sop), Claude Spennlehauer (Bar), Christophe Rieger (Alto), Guillaume Nuss (Tuba) on “The Wizard” Co-produced by OZMA Recorded by Matthieu Pelletier and Didier Houbre | Studio Downtown Mixed by Matthieu Pelletier Masterised by Alan Ward | Studio Electric City Photo by Sophie Dungler Artwork by Achile Release date : 09-11-2009

Album Description

An incisive and colorful album with original compositions nourished with live energy and projecting a mutant jazz. Lyrical and uncompromising choruses, frenzied collective improvisations, themes that sometimes flirt with blues, instrumental pop-rock, free-funk, calypso …


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