CD review: Ioan Streba – Balkans Jazz (Gypsy Blues) 2019: Video, CD cover

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IOAN STREBA – Album “BALKANS JAZZ” Ethnic Gipsy Blues Label Plaza Mayor Company Ltd Distribution Sergent Major Company Ltd – The Orchard IOAN STREBA, Romanian musician who has been based in Paris for many years, proposes with this original project mixing his musical influences gipsy with a very modern jazz.

What could be better than Paris, solidly accompanied by three musicians’ referents of the jazz scene: Philippe Milanta on piano, Bruno Rousselet has double bass and Philippe Soirat has drums, to try a meeting between these two free universes, from west to east?

Ioan Streba, Romanian musician settled in Paris for many years, offers with this original project mixing his gipsy musical influences with a very modern jazz.

Now, what better than Paris, solidly accompanied by three musicians referents of the jazz scene: Philippe Milanta on the piano, Bruno Rousselet on bass and Philippe Soirat on drums, for tent a meeting between these two free universes, from west to is?

The bar is set high, and the surprising result, which is not unlike the clarinet of Buddy Franco or Eddie Daniels or quartets of Desmond, Coltrane or Gets …

However, it is a current music, perfectly original, in which the phrase and structures of the blues permeate Ioan’s original compositions, or vice versa! …

A rich album of a festive Quintet or Trio Ethno & Gipsy jazz blues.

1.After Ionel Show (3:03)
2.Descent Blues (4:20)
3.Blues Funky Orient (3:34)
4.Clasik and Gypsy Blues (2:13)
5.Petit Etude Blues (3:22)
6.Samba Gypsie Blues (2:53)
7.Valachie Blues (3:31)
8.Blues Moldave (2:42)
9.Diminished Blues (3:58)
10.Blues Oriental Gypsy (3:11)
11.Blues Geamparale (3:18)
12.Blues Balade (3:21)

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