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Byron Miller’s PSYCHO BASS CD booklet

I am proud to announce the release on  JUNE 1st of the 2nd CD for which I illustrated the booklet. The fourth album of Byron Miller, the Funk bassist who collaborated with George Duke and Luther Vandross ! He created the first funk bass solo that became a reference of its kind on the track “Reach For It” for George Duke in 1977! What a privilege to be a part of his new project. You can already preorder it on Itunes or Amazon for digital download or CD :-)

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All is Well !

Here’s a portrait of Lisa Simone , Nina Simone’s daughter, who is a brilliant jazz & soul singer . She released her 1st album “All is Well” this year. She has a great voice and has found her way far from the shadow of her mother the awesome Nina Simone. (clic on the pic to enlarge it)

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Katche/Bona/Di Battista/Legnini : The ultimate quartet

Here’s a painting of the 4 amazing jazz musicians Manu Katche, Richard Bona, Stefano di Battista and Eric Legnini  playing together . These four musicians have come together to form an incredible quartet with beautiful compositions that occurs occasionally. Don’t miss them on stage! (click on the pic to enlarge it)

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Rainbow Shadow CD booklet

I’m proud to be a part of Reggie Washington’s new opus to come on June 1st 2015 called : “Rainbow Shadow” a tribute to Jef Lee Johnson. This album is dedicated to the music of the late great guitar player Jef Lee Johnson who passed away in January 2013. You must listen to that gem which magnified Jef Lee Johnson’s music with great guests ! The CD booklet and the CD itself is decorated with some of my paintings for this project . Thanks to Reggie Washington and Stefany Calembert from Jammincolors to use my artworks for that beautiful project.

You can preorder that CD by sending an email to jammincolors@gmail.com.

 

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Tribute to Marcus Miller’s Slave Route Project

Here’s a painting in tribute to the upcoming CD of Marcus Miller “Afrodeezia” inspired by his involvement as a Goodwill Ambassador to UNESCO on the Slave Route Project. This album is a beautiful one and honors the African rhythms that were transported to new continent by the slaves who had the opportunity to express themselves only through music …. (clic on the pic to enlarge it)
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“FACE THE MUSIC” Exhibition

Eating a good housemade burger or having a just a drink among Marvin Gaye, Maceo Parker, Ibrahim Maalouf and other artists?
It is at the ” Coltrane Bar”& ” Cosmo Restaurant”, 38-40 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth Paris 3rd arrondissement beginning today!
The paintings exhibition “Face the Music” has just begun! Please share the event and enjoy your meal:-)

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French Jazz & Rock Flavour

Here’s a double portrait of the great french singer Sandra Nkaké and the great flute player Jî Dru. They are 2 amazing french talents and You must listen to their music !

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Psycho Bass draw

Here’s a little draw I’ve made for the upcoming CD of the great bass player Byron Miller “Psycho Bass”. Some fun drawing acrylique on paper. (not for sale)

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Old friends

Here’s a painting of 2 Jazz legends : George Duke and Al Jarreau. I had the envy to reunite them on a canvas after listening to Al Jarreau’s latest CD “My Old Friend ” which is a tribute to the late George Duke who passed away in August 2013. I love those 2 artists and had the honor to meet George Duke a few times. Al Jarreau’s CD is a  really beautiful tribute that You must listen to (click on the pic to enlarge it)

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Cold Duck

Here’s a commissionned portrait of the late great saxophone player Eddie Harris who composed the great jazz standard “Cold Duck”. Amazing musician and composer ! The artwork’s background is featuring the theme of his 1st solo album called “Exodus to Jazz”. (click on the pic to enlarge it)

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