Julien Lourau: I actually discovered Rumbabierta through Sebastian Quezada, a Chilean friend of mine who’s a singer and percussionist. He’s the absolute lynchpin, the mastermind behind the whole project. After all, this album follows your double electro-electric album Fire and Forget and that took a fair few people by surpris. t’s the same every time really. The criticism that’s always leveled at me is that the last album was ‘totally different’. But the simple truth is I don’t want to end up churning out the same thing over and over again! It’s the same again this time round.
Julien Lourau (born 3/2/1970) is a French jazz saxophonist. He is the son of sociologist René Lourau. Julien Lourau made his début in the group Trash Corporation with guitarist Noël Akchoté and pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic. He also founded the group Olympic Gramofon with Sébastien Martel, Vincent Ségal, Eric Löhrer, Cyril Atef, and DJ Shalom. In 1992, Julien Lourau won the first soloist prize in La Défense and went on to set up his Groove Gang.
Tracks: - 01. Sawaniye 4:12 02. Nigeria 6:07 03. Instrumental Logo 6:53 04. Oduddua 7:32 05. Dudum Banza 3:19 06.
Julien Lourau is a French jazz saxophonist. He won that year's jazz trophy at the "Victoires de la Musique" awards. He returned to a more traditional jazz in 2002 with the album
Julien Lourau VS Rumbabierta (CD).
Julien Lourau (mp3) 1995 - Julien Lourau Groove Gang 05. Sisivijana. mp3 09. Madres De Plaza De Mayo. mp3 10. Blues For Shepp. Julien Lourau - 7 albums + 1 bootleg - 1995-2009, MP3, 96-320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet. 1995 - Julien Lourau Groove Gang. 09.
Julien Lourau made his début in the group Trash Corporation with guitarist Noël Akchoté and pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic. Julien Lourau also collaborated with the hip hop dance collectif le Groove Gang in a show untitled Come fly with us . By doing so, he encountered the French hip hop dance pioneer Bintou Demébélé, who was at the moment a member of the Groove Gang . Julien Lourau vs Rumbabierta (Label Bleu, 2007). Saigon Quartet (Naïve Records, 2009). "Julien Lourau Biography".
CreditsJulien Lourau - Primary Artist
|3||Instrumental Loco||Julien Lourau|
|5||Dudum Banza||Julien Lourau|
|6||Las Flores Blancas||Julien Lourau|
|7||Moira "Tawiri"||Julien Lourau|
|10||Batacash, Pt. 1||Julien Lourau|
|11||San Lazaro||Julien Lourau|
|13||Batacash, Pt. 2||Julien Lourau|