Sebastien Paindestre Trio Releases "Parcours"


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Second album of Sebastien Paindestre's band upcoming on 12th April 2008.

French jazz pianist...

“Paindestre is a respected pianist, composer, teacher and concert promoter in Malakoff (La Fabrica'son, France, near Paris). He started piano lessons at 15 years-old and graduated to formal classical study in just two short years. Within the next four years of training, he transitioned completely to jazz and has since played with dozens of France's greatest jazzmen. Paindestre's experiences include composing and conducting children's music, accompanying contemporary dance and co-founding the Normandy Jazz Festival. While a regular member of the immensely popular Now Blues Quartet since 2000, as well as a successful musical theater tour, Paindestre began leading his own trio in 2001. Needless to say, he is accustomed to wearing many hats." ~David Seymour, jazzreview.com

Sebastien Paindestre Trio
Sebastien Paindestre: piano
Jean-Claude Oleksiak: contrebasse
Antoine Paganotti: batterie

Parcours Track List
1. Le Soupirail (S.Paindestre) 4'30
2. Mtamorphose (S.Paindestre) 6'03
3. Un pre impair (J.C Oleksiak) 3'48
4. Bess you is my women now (G.Gershwin) 7'14
5. Merlin (S.Paindestre) 6'39
6. Je Kaje Lune (S.Paindestre) 5'13
7. La Java de La Luna II (S.Paindestre) 5'10
8. 5 Boulevard Serrurier (S.Paindestre) 6'14
9. Tell me a bed time story (H.Hancock) 7'02

Uext venue in France @ 'Duc des Lombards' (Paris) on 26 may 2008.

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