Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Sébastien Texier. Arranged By, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Marc Padovani. Artwork By – Jules G. Composed By – Eric Dolphy. Double Bass – Olivier Sens. Drums – Jacques Mahieux. Guitar – Gérard Pansanel. Liner Notes – François Postif.
Jean-Marc Padovani (born February 2, 1956, Villeneuve-lès-Avignon) is a French jazz saxophonist who has recorded for Label Bleu, Harmonia Mundi, and other record labels. Saxophonist, composer, and arranger, Jean-Marc Padovani, has worked in theatre, cinema, and song. His album Nimeño, recorded by a septet including Enrico Rava, was awarded Best Jazz Record of 1991 by the newspaper Libération. For many years he collaborated with the writer and actor Enzo Cormann, with whom he has created many musical theatre shows as part of their collaboration La Grande Ritournelle including: Mingus, Cuernavaca, Sud, Double Quartet, Face au toro, Da Capo, Diverses Blessures and most recently Tribute to Jack Kerouac, Exit, and Films noirs. His dedication to jazz was reflected in his show Out, the music of Eric Dolphy', a tribute to the American jazz musician.
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- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Sébastien Texier
- Arranged By, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Marc Padovani
- Artwork By – Jules G
- Composed By – Eric Dolphy
- Double Bass – Olivier Sens
- Drums – Jacques Mahieux
- Guitar – Gérard Pansanel
- Liner Notes [Eric Dolphy Interview] – François Postif
- Liner Notes [Translated By] – Delia Morris
- Management [Label Manager] – Catherine Peillon
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Guy Le Querrec
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Jacques Laville
- Trumpet – Michel Marre
- Vibraphone – Frank Tortiller*
NotesRecording and editing at Studio Gimmick (Yerres, France)10th to 12th February 2003.
Spectacle créé au Centre Culturel Intercommunal de Figeac (Lot).
Total time : 44.50
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