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Release date

Jul 30, 2022



Jean Carne Jazz Is Dead Le Discopathe Montpellier

Pendant des décennies, la voix de Jean Carne a été un élément crucial du paysage musical américain, reliant des générations d'artistes de jazz, de gospel et de rhythm and blues. Nombreux sont ceux qui reconnaîtront Jean Carne pour sa production au début des années 1970, aux côtés de son mari de l'époque, Doug Carn, pour le label Black Jazz. En tant qu'artiste solo, choriste et coach vocal, elle a contribué et collaboré avec des artistes comme Norman Connors, Doug Carn, Dexter Wansel, Phyllis Hyman, Lonnie Liston Smith, Michael Jackson et bien d'autres. À 74 ans, elle ne montre aucun signe de ralentissement. Sa dernière collaboration avec Ali Shaheed Muhammad et Adrian Younge est une démonstration claire de la référence continue au passé pour éclairer l'avenir.

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