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Wilen - Moshi (CD, album, new edition)
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Wilen - Moshi (vinyl, LP, album, new edition)
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Dream Time - Barney Wilen - CD
Barney Wilen (1937-1996), born the son of a French mother and an American father, lived much of the 1940s in the United States before returning to France, where he studied treble saxophone and received various awards since 1953. After starting his professional career in the legendary Tabou with Henri Renaud, Jimy Gourley and Bobby Jaspar and recording in the recording studios with Roy Haynes and Jay Cameron, Wilen took part in the Sanremo Jazz in 1956 and won the renowned Django D'Or of the Academy of Jazz in 1957.
In the same year Wilen recorded with Miles Davis the soundtrack to Louis Malle's movie "Ascenseur Pour l'Echafaud" with bassist Pierre Michelot, pianist Ren&ecute; Ertreger and drummer Kenny Clarke in a legendary Jamsession in which the artists improvised live with the flow of the music.
As his popularity grew - he played with Bud Powell, John Lewis, JJ Johnson, Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie - Wilen toured Europe, with Miles Davis playing at the Newport Jazz Fest in 1959. Wilen, a big movie lover, was involved in the creation of the soundtrack to Roger Vadim's movie "Les Liaisons Dangerous," curated by Thelonious Monk, and composed the original music for Edouard Molinaro's movie "Un Temoin dan le Ville.
Dreamtime ", recorded at the 1991 edition of the 1991 edition of the Festival Les culles, is the testimony of a great master, an innovator, an avant-garde visionary who reunites with his first love, bop: together with the pianist with the enormous talent of Alain Jean Marie, Barney Wilen embodies his fluidity and elegance, revealing the emotions of a pure soul.
An indispensable record that focuses on one of the most interesting figures of the first European Jazzscene.