Thursday, March 24, 2016

Django Reinhardt 1934 (2)-1935 (1) - Intégrale, vol. 2

The darling of top French accordionists during the latter half on the 1929s (see vol. 1), by the 1934-35 period covered here Django Reinhardt had become an accompanist of a totally different nature. Following the lead of Jean Sablon, numerous were the popular singers now calling upon his services, first among them Germaine Sablon, Jean's sister, who often used the jazz backing of the Michel Warlop orchestra. During the course of our Volume 2, we shall also come across many more. After 1935, opportunities to accompany vocalists would become rarer, howewer, since Django and some of his principal cohorts were by then almost totally absorbed by the Quintet of the Hot Club of France. Even in the present volume, tucked away among the cooing of singers such as Léon Monosson and Le Petit Mirsha, we hear the historic Quintet's maiden efforts, that new, original jazz sound that captivated even the Americans...
Adapted by Don WATERHOUSE from the French text of Daniel NEVERS
© FRÉMEAUX & ASSOCIES, 1996

Django Reinhardt
"I Saw Stars"
The Complete Django Reinhardt, vol. 2
(1934-1935)

Tracks

Cd. 1

JEAN SABLON & TRIO
(1934)
1 Je sais que vous êtes jolie (Christiné, Poupon)  3:01
2 Par correspondance (Mireille, Nohain)  2:36

GERMAINE SABLON & L’ORCHESTRE. MICHEL WARLOP
(1934)
3 Tendresse (Aubert, Champlay)  3:05
4 J’ai besoin de toi (Coppola, Bourgeat)  3:21

MICHEL WARLOP ET SON ORCHESTRE
(1934)
5 Blue Interlude (Warlop)  3:18

TRIO DJANGO REINHARDT
(1934)
6 Tiger Rag (LaRocca)  2:19
7 After You’ve Gone (Creamer, Layton)  2:11
8 Confessin’ (Neiburg, Dougherty, Reynolds)  2:36

“DELAUNAY’S JAZZ” (QUINTETTE DU H.C.F.)
(1934)
9 I Saw Stars (Siegler, Goodhart, Hoffman)  2:41
10 Confessin’ (Neiburg, Dougherty, Reynolds)  2:46

ELIANE DE CREUS ET SES BOYS
(1934)
11 La Rumba-Da-Boum (Waltham, Jamblan, Olive)  3:16

AIMÉ SIMON-GIRARD (ORCH. MICHEL WARLOP)
(1934)
12 Cocktails pour deux (Cocktails for two) (Johnston, Coslow, Palex, Hennevé)  3:07

GERMAINE SABLON (ORCH. MICHEL WARLOP)
(1934)
13 Deux cigarettes dans l’ombre (Two cigarettes in the dark) (Pollack, Palex)  3:07

AIMÉ SIMON-GIRARD (ORCH. MICHEL WARLOP)
(1934)
14 L’amour en fleurs (Love in Bloom) (Johnston, Rainger, Palex, Hennevé)  3:01

GERMAINE SABLON (ORCH. MICHEL WARLOP)
(1934)
15 Je voudrais vivre (Sablon, Divert)  2:44

PATRICK ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE
(1934)
16 From Now On (Brown, Freed)  3:02
17 I Saw Stars (Siegler, Goodhart, Hoffman)  3:01
18 Black Panther Stomp (DuPage)  2:49
19 Okay Toots (Donaldson, Kahn)  2:43
20 When my Ship Comes In (Donaldson, Kahn)  3:05
21 My Carolina Hide-a-way (Coots)  2:37

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Cd. 2

LE QUINTETTE DU HOT CLUB DE FRANCE
(1934)
1 Dinah (Askt/Lewis/Young)  2:33
2 Tiger Rag (LaRocca)  2:33
3 Lady be Good (Gershwin, Gershwin)  2:53
4 I Saw Stars (Siegler, Goodhart, Hoffman)  2:28

JEAN SABLON
(1935)
5 La dernière Bergère (Siniavine, Sauvat)  3:02
6 The Continental (Conrad, Magidson, Palex, Hennevé)  2:56
7 Un Baiser (Coquatrix, Luc)  3:16

LE PETIT MIRSHA
(1935)

8 Vieni, vieni (Scotto, Vantard, Konyn)  2:53

LÉON MONOSSON & L’ORCHESTRE ALAIN ROMANS
(1935)
9 Deux cigarettes dans l’ombre (Pollack, Palex)  3:16
10 Tout le jour, toute la nuit (Night and Day) (Porter, Palex)  3:20

LE PETIT MIRSHA
(1935)

11 Maman, ne vends pas la maison (Trénet)  3:28
12 Petit homme, c’est l’heure de faire dodo (Little Man...) (Wayne, Hennevé, Plaex)  3:38

COLEMAN HAWKINS, ACC. PAR MICHEL WARLOP ET SON ORCHESTRE
AVEC ARTHUR BRIGGS
(1935)
13 Blue Moon (Rodgers, Hart)  3:14
14 Avalon (DeSylva, Jolson, Rose)  3:01
15 What a Difference a Day Made (Grover, Adams)  3:01

COLEMAN HAWKINS, ACC. PAR D. REINHARDT & S. GRAPPELLI
(1935)
16 Stardust (Carmichael, Parish)  3:10

PATRICK ET SON ORCHESTRE DE DANSE
(1935)
17 Hands Across the Table (Parish)  3:06
18 We Were so Young (Kern)  3:12
19 From You (McHugh, Fields)  2:53
20 Darling, je vous aime beaucoup (Sosenko)  3:17


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Personnel
Featuring Django Reinhardt, Jean Sablon, André Ekyan, Noël Chiboust, Joseph Reinhardt, Alix Combelle, Stéphane Grappelli, Michel Warlop, Louis Vola, Roger Chaput, Guy Paquinet, Coleman Hawkins, Arthur Briggs, etc...

Recorded in Paris, between April 11, 1934 & March 4, 1935

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15 comments:

Orbyt said...

Thrilled to see that you're completing this massive set. Many thanks Mel.

zero said...

Not just massive, this set is glorious. Thanks VERY much for presenting it.

PlantDoctor53 said...

Hi Mel; thanks for #2, and thanks again for everything.

oldnick said...

Thank you Mel! I agree with all the comments above. I also look forward to the appearance of Volume 4 in the fullness of time.

jessouaffe said...

2 out of Twenty,
we already had plenty
but still miss
1
more
4
the road..

thx x 18

Mileskat said...

Thanks very much! for Django Integrale Vol. 2.

ralexbop said...

Thanks a lot Mel.
Great work.

FrankDell said...

merci fucking beaucoup

-Otto- said...

Thank you for this offer, Melanchthon. The artwork and the second CD are still up, but of the first CD, part 2 is unfortunately dead.

Melanchthon said...

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The Jackal said...

Dear Mel,

Integrale is very much appreciated and Erroll Garner stuff is important historical completion too.

Luis said...

Thanks for this volume!

Fred Archtop said...

Thank you so much Mel.

Alberto Cos said...

Merci encore!

musician3 said...

GREAT...........................THANK YOU FOR ALL