DANIEL JOHN MARTIN Vol2

DOUBLE CREAM

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Artist DANIEL JOHN MARTIN
Booklet : 4 Pages
Number of CDs : 1


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Double Cream is a treat brought to you by Daniel John Martin. Having pushed the Gypsy swing style to its limits in his earlier published work ‘Urban Gypsy’ the artist now brings together all his experience and explores other styles in music.

The precision of the English bow has been known for centuries yet DJM is arguably the first to introduce us to such eclecticism: The artist takes inspiration from 1960’s pop music, the jazz poetry of A Baraka, the P-Funk of Funkadelic and the bluesy chants of a Blue Note standard. DJM has an undeniable talent for writing and composing, combined with a voluptuous lightness brought by his renowned violin and a surprising sweet and sour, “typically British” voice.

Augustin BONDOUX


 

DANIEL JOHN MARTIN: VIOLIN & CHANT
GILLES REA: GUITAR SOLO
REMI OSWALD: RHYTHM GUITAR
ANTONIO LICUSATI: BASS
MICHEL JULLIEN: BATTERY

WHEN I THINK OF YOU BLACK MAGIC DOUBLE CREAM WALTZ FOR EMPTY POCKETS CATHY EASY LISTENING FRANKIE'S BACK IN TOWN THE POODLE I KNOW YOU KNOW ... PRAYER.

 


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DOUBLE CREAM

Daniel John Martin



 

1- WHEN I THINK OF YOU

2- BLACK MAGIC

3- DOUBLE CREAM

4- WALTZ FOR CATHY

5- EMPTY POCKETS

6- EASY LISTENING

7- FRANKIE’S BACK IN TOWN

8- THE POODLE

9- YOU KNOW... I KNOW

10- PRAYER

All compositions and lyrics by Daniel John Martin except for no 7 « Frankie’s back in town » based on « Archie » composed by Frank Cassenti, arranged and put into words by DJM.

 

Daniel john Martin Violin & vocals

Gilles Réa Lead guitar

Rémi Oswald Guitar

Antonio Licusati Double bass

Michel Jullien Drums

 

Daniel John Martin plays on a modern violin made for him by luthier Etienne Rouit (Aliénor, Paris) and plays on a bow made by Pierre Testa (Paris).

Daniel John Martin uses the incredible fine tuning pegs by 

 

 

Produced by Rémy Chaudagne.

Recorded at LDC studios by André Baille in Montreuil September 2014 Mixed at LDC studios by Rémy Chaudagne and André Baille in October 2014 Pre-mastering : Philippe Labroue

Mastering by Sonics-mastering : François Fanelli

Photography by Didier Portal and Daniele Lo Presti

Artwork by James Verhille

Rights : Frémeaux & Associés (Augustin Bondoux, editor)

Publishing : Éditions Musicales Frémeaux & Associés © Groupe Frémeaux Colombini

 

DJM wishes to thank Rémy Chaudagne, André Baille : Philippe Labroue and François Fanelli... Gilles Réa, Rémi Oswald, Antonio Licusati Michel Jullien and Héloise Divilly... Didier Portal and Daniele Lo Presti, James Verhille... for their immense talent ! Thank you Khalil Chahine, Jean Marc Ladet and Olivier David. Thank you Sabrina Wittner for the wonderful fine tuning pegs... I don’t know how I ever managed without them ! Thanks go to Augustin Bondoux and Patrick Fremeaux at Fremeaux & associés. Thank you Stephen « patron » Martens and Fabienne Morel at « Les Z’allumés des Arts »...Thank you Etienne Rouit and co at Aliénor and Pierre Testa for coping with me so often ... Finally thanks and love to my family... my mother, the Martins, the Barlows : the Axsons and the Bernards... especially uncle John and Barbara for their help with the lyrics... my lovely wife Savine and Chopin, the poodle... May God bless you all. If you love animals...eat less meat!!

Contact : info@danieljohnmartin.com

 

 

Double Cream est une gourmandise signée Daniel John Martin. Après « Urban Gypsy », projet dans lequel l’artiste avait entrepris de détourner codes et usages du swing manouche, il change une nouvelle fois le menu de sa carte. Si l’on connaissait depuis longtemps la précision des archets anglais, on connaissait moins leur éclectisme : Daniel John Martin puise son inspiration tant dans la pop anglaise sixties, que dans le jazz poetry d’un Amiri Baraka, le p-funk de Funkadelic et dans les mélopées bluesy des standards du label Blue Note. Un indéniable talent d’auteur compositeur, auquel se mêle la voluptueuse légèreté qu’apporte le jeu violonistique qui a fait sa solide réputation et une surprenante voix britannique, aigre douce façon sauce Worcestershire.   Augustin BONDOUX

Double Cream is a treat brought to you by Daniel John Martin. Having pushed the Gypsy swing style to its limits in his earlier published work ‘Urban Gypsy’ the artist now brings together all his experience and explores other styles in music. The precision of the English bow has been known for centuries yet DJM is arguably the first to introduce us to such eclecticism: The artist takes inspiration from 1960’s pop music, the jazz poetry of A Baraka, the P-Funk of Funkadelic and the bluesy chants of a Blue Note standard. DJM has an undeniable talent for writing and composing, combined with a voluptuous lightness brought by his renowned violin and a surprising sweet and sour, “typically British” voice.                      Augustin BONDOUX

 





ExtractTrackAuthorDuration
01 When I Think Of You03'37
02 Black Magic04'20
03 Double Cream03'01
04 Waltz For Cathy04'11
05 Empty Pockets05'23
06 Easy Listening04'10
07 Frankie's Back In Town05'04
08 The Poodle04'49
09 You Know… I Know03'48
10 Prayer02'34
« Son inspiration s’abreuve à plusieurs sources » par Jazzmag

Bien connu des amateurs de jazz manouche pour ses prestations dans les clubs parisiens et ses enregistrements, notamment avec Angelo Debarre, le violoniste et chanteur Daniel John Martin montre, à travers sa large palette d’auteur-compositeur-interprète, qu’il n’est pas seulement un épigone de Django, mais que son inspiration s’abreuve à plusieurs sources. Dans son quintette, le guitariste Gilles Réa est l’auteur de soli séduisants.
Par J.A.. - JAZZMAG