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The Five Corners Quintet - The Devil Kicks / Three Corners



The Five Corners Quintet The Devil Kicks
The Five Corners Quintet - The Devil Kicks / Three Corners
(10") Ricky-Tick Records RT002, 2004-01-13

Review :
Le premier maxi ayant été compilé à tire-larigot ("Freedom Jazz Dance", "Break N' Bossa 6", "Jazzflora", "Nordic Lounge" etc.), et soutenu par tous les Djs qui comptent de Gilles Peterson à Mr Scruff, The Five Corners Quintet remettent ça l'année suivante, avec en tête une idée de "maximum efficace" rondement exécutée. La face A, "The Devil Kicks", dévaste sur son passage n'importe quel bon dancefloor jazz, son complément ensoleillé en face B, "Three Corners", semble lui être tiré d'une musique de film des années 60, swingante et mélodieuse. Et deux 'jazz dance classics' de plus!!
Note : 5/5 (Djouls)

Tracklisting :
A1. The Devil Kicks
B1. Three Corners

Eero Koivistoinen: tenor sax
Jukka Eskola: trumpet & flugelhorn
Severi Pyysalo: vibes
Tapani Nevalainen: bass
Pekka Jaclin: drums & percussion

Links :
thefivecornersquintet.com
myspace.com/thefivecornersquintet
ricky-tick.com
myspace.com/rickytickrecords
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