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Stéphane Huchard - "Bancal Cha Cha" [Official Video]

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"Bancal Cha Cha "extracted form "Panamerican", Sréphane Huchard new album released on JazzVillage - April 2013.
Discover this new album here : http://bit.ly/13xIGHh
Produced, recorded and mixed by Eric Legnini
January 5th and 6th 2012 - Brooklyn Recording Studio (New York)
www.jazzvillagemusic.com
www.stephane-huchard.com

Stéphane Huchard : drum&percussion
Jim Beard : piano, Fender Rhodes, B3&keyboards
Chris Cheek : tenor and soprano saxophone
Nir Felder : electric&acoustic guitar
Matt Penman double bass
Minino Garay : percussion

For this new record, Stéphane Huchard travels from Paris to Big Apple and meet the best jazz musicians in New York.
Pianist Jim Beard, saxophonist Chris Cheek, bassist Matt Penman and guitarist Nir Felder gathered at Brooklyn Recording Studio to play and record original compositions of drummer and leader Stéphane Huchard.
With their subtle and elegant playing, the presence of the most Parisian of Argentinian percussionists Minino Garay and the artistic direction of wonderful French pianist Eric Legnini (who brought his sense of groove and melody), "Panamerican" looks like a major album in Stéphane Huchard's career.

Pour ce nouvel album, Stéphane Huchard prend la route de Paris à Big Apple, à la rencontre de la fine fleur du jazz New-Yorkais.
C'est au Brooklyn recording studio que le pianiste Jim Beard, le saxophoniste Chris Cheek, le contrebassiste Matt Penman et le guitariste Nir Felder se sont retrouvés autour des compositions originales du batteur. Grâce à leur jeu subtil et racé, la présence du plus parisien des percussionnistes argentins Minino Garay et la réalisation artistique de l'excellent pianiste Eric Legnini (qui apporte son sens du groove et de la mélodie), Panamerican s'annonce comme un album capital dans la carrière du batteur Stéphane Huchard.

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