sunday night… time for a singer… this show was a few months after “bright and sweet”, virginie teychené’s third album, was recorded in mid-february 2012. i’ve listened to this from time to time since ‘kingfrippson’ shared it on dime back in april 2012. a regular when i’m stocking up a usb thumb-drive for a trip.
the question is whether to get her latest album, “a detour into the land of French chanson“. the earlier ones are more up my alley, but there’s a lot to be said for a good track record and for branching out.
i had a lot of trouble finding stéphane bernard (piano), gérard morin (double bass) and jean-pierre arnaud (drums) on the internet. but they seem to be on all of virginie teychené’s albums (except j-p arnaud, who was not on the first).
btw, sorry for not updating the setlist — i’ve been meaning to for ages, but amn’t really in the mood for lyrics searches tonight, though these are all quite familiar (and probably on “bright and sweet”… just a guess ;-).
jazz-up festival, salle des festivals
3 april 2012
virginie teychené/ voice
stéphane bernard / piano
gérard maurin / double bass
jean-pierre arnaud / drums
02-i got the blues 5:01
03-betty carter cover 4:18
04-i’m gonna to go fishin’ 3:10
05-angel face 3:57
08-count basie cover 4:23
09-charlie mingus cover 3:32
10-charlie mingus lester young cover 5:08
12-rat race 3:03
14-virginie short french interview 2:00
tsfjazz radio broadcast
dvb-s audio > zoom h1 > usb > computer magix audiocleanic > flac8
fade in/out because mc words and advertising