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Jean-Paul Bourelly - Boom Bop


Tracklist


1Griot Sunset1:14
2New Afro Blu9:50
3Tara6:36
4Silent Rain7:35
5Brother Boom Bap1:53
6Invisible Indivisible7:32
7Kinetic Threadness7:01
8Root One3:07
9Three Chambers Of Diop10:51
10Gumbe7:26

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PAO 10640Jean-Paul Bourelly W/ Archie Shepp & Henry Threadgill Jean-Paul Bourelly W/ Archie Shepp & Henry Threadgill - Boom Bop ‎(CD, Album)PAO RecordsPAO 10640Austria2000

Credits


  • BassReggie Washington (tracks: 2, 7 to 9)
  • Bass [Filtered Boom Bass]Big Royal Talamacus (tracks: 1 to 9)
  • DjembeSlaka (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 9)
  • DrumsSlam T. Wig (tracks: 6)
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, EffectsJean-Paul Bourelly
  • Other [Boograboo] – Samba Sock (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 9)
  • ProducerJean-Paul Bourelly
  • Saxophone [Alto]Henry Threadgill (tracks: 4, 7)
  • Saxophone [Tenor]Archie Shepp (tracks: 1, 2, 6)
  • Vocals, DrumsAbdourahmane Diop (tracks: 1 to 3, 6 to 10)

Notes


After more than a decade of providing some of the most riveting post-Hendrix guitar arsenals this side of Eddie Hazel, and a multifaceted career that includes working with the likes of Miles Davis, Cassandra Wilson, Muhal Richard Abrams and Lawrence "Butch" Morris, Jean-Paul Bourelly is still roundly ignored in jazz-critic polls.

Nevertheless, not being in the spotlight has its advantages, such as being able to follow one's creative spirit. Witness Bourelly's latest album, Boom Bop, where he collaborates with a handful of Senegalese percussionists as well as iconic saxophonists Henry Threadgill and Archie Shepp, resulting in a visceral album of Afro-psychedelia that's as passionate as it is probing.

Bourelly's once staccato, Hendrix-inflected vocals give way to more of an elongated Afro-Arabian phrasing on Boom Bop, but Bourelly's deep delta-blues roots are firmly intact as evidenced by the eerie "New Afro Blu" in which Bourelly sings of a deceitful lover alongside Diop's fervid, chant-like singing. Other blues-drenched Afro-psychedelic charms include the percussive instrumental "Kinetic Threadness," which features some fine alto work from Threadgill, the dreamy "Tara" and the thumping "Silent Rain."

While it's far-fetched that Boom Bop will make Bourelly a household name in the U.S, it will undoubtedly solidify his credentials as one of the most inventive and under-recognized guitarists of our time.
By John Murph

Barcodes


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Boom Bop by Jean-Paul Bourelly, released 08 April 2003 1. Gumbe 2. New Afro Blu 3. Three Chambers Of Diop 4. Silent Rain 5. Root One 6. Invisible Indivisible 7. Kinetic Threadness 8. Brother Boom Bap 9. Tara 10. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Guitarist Jean-Paul Bourelly's ensemble combines his own heavy guitar sound and R&B-tinged vocals, the passionate African chants of Abdourahmane Diop, and the percussive drive of Samba Sock on boograboo four large African congas with bells and Slaka on djembe. Reggie Washington of Steve Coleman renown plays bass on four tracks, doubling the low end with Big Royal Talamacus on filtered boom bass, which sounds like bass through a fuzz box. Album 2000 10 Songs. Boom Bop. Jean-Paul Bourelly. Jazz 2000. Boom Town Ballad - Jean-Paul Bourelly. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Jean-Paul Etienne Bourelly born November 23, 1960 is an American guitarist whose music crosses the boundaries of jazz fusion and rock. Bourelly was born in Chicago, Illinois, to parents from Haiti. His grandmother taught him Yoruba music. When he was ten years old, he sang at the Lyric Opera. He took lessons on piano and drums. He played acoustic guitar, but after hearing Jimi Hendrix on the radio, he bought an electric guitar with money he had saved from working at his uncle's gas station. Listen free to Jean-Paul Bourelly Boom Bop Gumbe, New Afro Blue and more. 10 tracks 63:05. With the release of Trance-Atlantic Boom Bop II, Jean-Paul Bourelly again shows us all that he is not only todays guitar-playing acid-funk archetype, but a bold conceptualist bravely and pointedly mixing disparate elements to create a genre all his own. Phil DiPietro, All About Jazz. Recorded, mixed & mastered 1997 - 2001. Boom Bop is a eclectic fusion music album recording by JEAN-PAUL BOURELLY released in 2000 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. JEAN-PAUL BOURELLY - Boom Bop. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 2000. Filed under Eclectic Fusion By Jean-Paul Bourelly. Jean-Paul Bourelly Boom Bop 2001 funk. Brother Boom Bap. 1: Recorded at East Hill, Planet Recording and Eastside Sound, NYC in November 1993 through January 1994 Tracklist: 1 Welfare Flower Child Bourelly

Jean-Paul Bourelly - Boom Bop
Performer: Jean-Paul Bourelly
Genre: Jazz
Title: Boom Bop
Country: US
Released: 2000
MP3 album: 1469 mb
FLAC album: 2520 mb
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: JAM 2005
Label: Jazz Magnet Records