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Mornin

Here is a tribute painting to the late great Al Jarreau my fav singer who left us last February…A true gentleman and a wonderfull human being who will be missed… This painting depict him among the stars bringing a nice Mornin’ on earth like in his famous song Mornin’ (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla).

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AL JARREAU “MORNIN'” LIVE 1985

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piano legend

Here’s a painting to celebrate Ahmad Jamal’s new masterpiece to come : Marseille. The piano legend will play his love for this city he walked among many times .

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Trompeta Maestro

Here’s a portrait of Wallace Roney. That awesome trumpet player was Miles Davis friend and his way of playing reminds a lot Miles himself :-) (Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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JAZZ PIANO LEYENDA

He aquí un retrato de Thelonius Monk la leyenda piano de jazz . (Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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PINTURA NUEVA SOMBRA DEL ARCO IRIS

He aquí un retrato de Reggie Washington y Jef Lee Johnson reunidas en una sola alma . Esta obra es una pintura homenaje a la obra de Reggie Washington por el legado de la guitarra gran jugador finales de Jef Lee Johnson . Por favor, echa un vistazo a su Cd “Arco iris de la sombra un homenaje a Jef Lee Johnson” vol 1 . El vol2 es muy pronto :-) (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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Maestro Sax

Aquí está un retrato del fallecido John Coltrane que hice al final del 2016. músico impresionante Me encanta escuchar ! (Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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REUNIÓN CON AL JARREAU

Aquí están 2 fotos del recuerdo de un hermoso encuentro con mi cantante favorito mucho tiempo el Sr. Al Jarreau. He hecho 3 Al pinturas que ofrecen .

Me sentía tan afortunados para encontrarse con él para una firma de la pintura gracias a su manager Joe Gordon.

Grandes recuerdos después de un hermoso concierto de Al con la NDR Big Band en la sala Olympia (París).

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Intento !

Aquí está un retrato del saxofonista francés impresionante Jowee Omicil ! Compruebe fuera si usted no sabe su música : una máquina de ranura real y un showman increíble en el escenario ! (pinche en la imagen para verla más grande)

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Evangelio de la diva

He aquí un retrato del gran pianista y cantante de soul / Evangelio Liz Mc Comb . Una bella voz y un talento increíble ! Me encanta su música :-) (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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CABALLERO JAZZ

Aquí está un retrato de D. Kyle Eastwood la famosa estrella de cine hijo mayor. Es un jugador de graves talentuous y compositor de la música de jazz y moviescores . Él es realmente un tipo muy suave. Echa un vistazo a su hermosa música ! (pinche en la imagen para verla más grande)

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cumplir con la leyenda de la música clásica americana!

En julio pasado tuve el honor de conocer al Sr. Randy Weston el pianista fantástico . Él amablemente posó con su pintura y me dio una cálida bienvenida antes de su hermoso espectáculo en New Morning.

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Encuentro con los elementos !

En julio pasado tuve el honor absoluto para satisfacer los miembros fundadores del viento de la tierra & Cuatro : verdine blanca, Ralph Johnson y Philip Bailey backstage de su sala de espectáculos Olympia . Lo que un recuerdo ! Toda la banda y el personal me dieron una cálida bienvenida . Firmaron la pintura tributo que hice hace unos meses cuando el fundador banda Sr. Maurice White falleció…Aquí está una foto de la reunión y el blanco de todo tipo de mensajes Verdine izquierda en su página de Facebook el día después… Fue increíble para cumplir con esos tipos que me gustan ya tanto tiempo !

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D de Esperanza de Emily

Aquí está una pintura homenaje a Esperanza Spalding último disco donde se cuenta con un nombres de personajes Emily …Una gran CD donde me encontré con un cierto gusto de mi amigo el último gran Jef Lee Johnson, quien probablemente inspirado Esperanza para este hermoso CD. (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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MAESTRO TROMBÓN ENRROLLADA

Aquí hay una paortrait del gran compositor musical y trombonista Fred Wesley ! Fue director musical de James Brown y ahora está de gira con su propia banda la Nueva JB . (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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SABOR FRANCÉS

Aquí está un retrato del cantante francés , compositor y músico Yael Naïm. Ella es una artista exitoso joven que canta jazz , canciones pop y el folk.

Esa pintura fue hecha para decorar el próximo festival de Jazz Jazz Ferté 2016 la próxima primavera :-) (Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla )


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ESTRELLA BRILLANTE

Aquí está una pintura homenaje al creador de los elementos “tierra, viento y fuego”, el único Maurice White. Fue uno de mis héroes musicales y una parte de mi juventud se desvanecen con sus pases…Él será siempre nuestro Shining Star

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Una estrella entre las estrellas

Aquí está una pintura homenaje a David Bowie…Yo estaba muy movido por su fallecimiento y tenía la idea de que la pintura mientras escucha su canción durante mi trote…Él era simplemente increíble…y se puede perder…(Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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El Padre de la invención

Aquí está una pintura de finales del gran guitarrista, compositor de canciones, cantante Frank Zappa. Un artista increíble que utilizó su talento desde el rock hasta el jazz y clásica…(pinche en la imagen para verla más grande)

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CHICK COREA

Aquí está un retrato del increíble pianista Chick Corea . Uno de mis músicos de jazz favoritos :-)

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Strasbourg Saint Denis !

Aquí está una pintura de Roy Hargrove Quintet 's. Yo quería hacer algo con esos grandes músicos que he visto mucho en el escenario :Sullivan Fortner (Piano) , Justin Robinson (Sax), Ameen Saleem (Bajo) , Quincy Philips (Batería) y por supuesto, Roy Hargrove, el trompetista increíble : uno de mis favoritos que escribió una gran obra musical sobre un lugar que conocemos muy bien en París : “Strasbourg Saint Denis” (pinche en la imagen para verla más grande)

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EPIC SAX JUGADOR

Aquí está un retrato del saxofonista increíble Kamasi Washington. Su último CD llamado The Epic fue un verdadero shock para mí ! (Haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

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JazzPics Exhibition

I will have a new exhibition with my friend, the jazz stage photographer Paul Charbit, at Théâtre Claude Debussy in Maisons-Alfort from September 28th to October 17th. Vernissage will take place on October 1st et Théâtre Debussy 6.30 pm.

Hope You’ll come to see our 40 paintings and jazz scene pictures in that beautiful place .

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Rainbow Crow

Here’s another huge painting for my friend Jef Lee Johnson who passed away on January 2013. I made that painting for my next exhibition that will occure in october 2015. Jef called himself the rainbow crow after an american indian legend. Here’s the painting pisc and you can discover and read the legend under the pic :-) (haga clic en la foto para ampliarla)

 

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Rainbow Crow

(Lenni Lenape Tribe)
retold by
S. E. Schlosser

It was so cold. Snow fell constantly, and ice formed over all the waters. The animals had never seen snow before. At first, it was a novelty, something to play in. But the cold increased tenfold, and they began to worry. The little animals were being buried in the snow drifts and the larger animals could hardly walk because the snow was so deep. Soon, all would perish if something were not done.”We must send a messenger to Kijiamuh Ka’ong, the Creator Who Creates By Thinking What Will Be,” said Wise Owl. “We must ask him to think the world warm again so that Spirit Snow will leave us in peace.”The animals were pleased with this plan. They began to debate among themselves, trying to decide who to send up to the Creator. Wise Owl could not see well during the daylight, so he could not go. Coyote was easily distracted and like playing tricks, so he could not be trusted. Turtle was steady and stable, but he crawled too slowly. Finally, Rainbow Crow, the most beautiful of all the birds with shimmering feathers of rainbow hues and an enchanting singing voice, was chosen to go to Kijiamuh Ka’ong.It was an arduous journey, three days up and up into the heavens, passed the trees and clouds, beyond the sun and the moon, and even above all the stars. He was buffeted by winds and had no place to rest, but he carried bravely on until he reached Heaven. When Rainbow Crow reached the Holy Place, he called out to the Creator, but received no answer. The Creator was too busy thinking up what would be to notice even the most beautiful of birds. So Rainbow Crow began to sing his most beautiful song.

The Creator was drawn from his thoughts by the lovely sound, and came to see which bird was making it. He greeted Rainbow Crow kindly and asked what gift he could give the noble bird in exchange for his song. Rainbow Crow asked the Creator to un-think the snow, so that the animals of Earth would not be buried and freeze to death. But the Creator told Rainbow Crow that the snow and the ice had spirits of their own and could not be destroyed.

“What shall we do then?” asked the Rainbow Crow. “We will all freeze or smother under the snow.”

“You will not freeze,” the Creator reassured him, “For I will think of Fire, something that will warm all creatures during the cold times.”

The Creator stuck a stick into the blazing hot sun. The end blazed with a bright, glowing fire which burned brightly and gave off heat. “This is Fire,” he told Rainbow Crow, handing him the cool end of the stick. “You must hurry to Earth as fast as you can fly before the stick burns up.”

Rainbow Crow nodded his thanks to the Creator and flew as fast as he could go. It was a three-day trip to Heaven, and he was worried that the Fire would burn out before he reached the Earth. The stick was large and heavy, but the fire kept Rainbow Crow warm as he descended from Heaven down to the bright path of the stars. Then the Fire grew hot as it came closer to Rainbow Crows feathers. As he flew passed the Sun, his tail caught on fire, turning the shimmering beautiful feathers black. By the time he flew passed the Moon, his whole body was black with soot from the hot Fire. When he plunged into the Sky and flew through the clouds, the smoke got into his throat, strangling his beautiful singing voice.

By the time Rainbow Crow landed among the freezing-cold animals of Earth, he was black as tar and could only Caw instead of sing. He delivered the fire to the animals, and they melted the snow and warmed themselves, rescuing the littlest animals from the snow drifts where they lay buried.

It was a time of rejoicing, for Tindeh – Cuatro – had come to Earth. But Rainbow Crow sat apart, saddened by his dull, ugly feathers and his rasping voice. Then he felt the touch of wind on his face. He looked up and saw the Creator Who Creates By Thinking What Will Be walking toward him.

“Do not be sad, Rainbow Crow,” the Creator said. “All animals will honor you for the sacrifice you made for them. And when the people come, they will not hunt you, for I have made your flesh taste of smoke so that it is no good to eat and your black feathers and hoarse voice will prevent man from putting you into a cage to sing for him. You will be free.”

Then the Creator pointed to Rainbow Crow’s black feathers. Before his eyes, Rainbow Crow saw the dull feathers become shiny and inside each one, he could see all the colors of the rainbow. “This will remind everyone who sees you of the service you have been to your people,” he said, “and the sacrifice you made that saved them all.”

And so shall it ever be.

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THE EPIC SAXOPHONIST

Here’s a portrait of the amazing sax player Kamasi Washington. He just released an incredible album mixing, jazz, funk and hip hop that shocked me ! You must check out that incredible musician!

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