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Christian Scott, Joachim Kühn

Christian Scott / Joachim Kühn “Gnawa Jazz Voodoo”

Christian Scott
Christian Scott, trumpet, cornet, flugel horn, soprano trombone
Braxton Cook, alto sax
Richard Howell, tenor sax
Matthew Stevens, guitar
Lawrence Fields, piano
Kris Funn, bass
Corey Fonville, drums
Mendez Isadora, vocals

“Gnawa Jazz Voodoo” Joachim Kühn Africa Connection, feat. Pharoah Sanders
Joachim Kühn, piano
Majid Bekkas, guembri, oud
Ramón López, drums, percussion
Joseph Bessan Kouassi, conga, talking drum, vocals
Abdessadek Bounhar, percussion
Fathallah Chaouki, percussion
Moussa Sissokho, percussion
Pharoah Sanders, sax

Labelled “one of jazz’s young style gods” by “Jazz-Times” magazine, New Orleans’ Christian “aTunde Adjuah” Scott is more than just another trumpet virtuoso with a sense of dress. He has been compared with Miles Davis and, with his highly political attitude and open-minded musical approach he attracts the young generation as well as “old school” jazz connoisseurs.

Christian Scott homepage
Christian Scott @ Wikipedia

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The European art of improvisation meets North African Gnawa music, West African Griot tradition and the social cry of the post-Coltrane era.

Joachim Kühn @ Wikipedia