Jef Gilson ‎– The Best Of Jef Gilson

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Jazzman ‎– JMANLP 042
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Jef Gilson Big Band Up To The Light
Bass – Henri TexierBass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisDrums – Stephane Vilar*Horn – Joseph Martin (8)Organ – Jef GilsonSoprano Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis ChautempsViolin, Clarinet – Jean-Luc Ponty
1:35
A2 Jef Gilson Accueil
Drums – Jean-Claude PourtierOrgan – Jef GilsonPercussion – Pierre MoretVocals – Le Choeur Des Halles De Paris*
1:14
A3 Jef Gilson Big Band Valse Pour Helene
Alto Saxophone – Jacques Di DonatoBass – Gilbert "Bibi" Rovere*Drums – Pierre-Alain DahanPiano – Jef GilsonSoprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Nathan DavisTenor Saxophone – Pierre CaronTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jean-Louis ChautempsTrombone – Francois Guin*, Raymond FonsèqueTrumpet – Jean Liesse, Roger Guerin*Vibraphone – Bernard Lubat
2:30
A4 Jef Gilson Blue-Bizz
Bass – Henri TexierBass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisDrums – Stephane Vilar*Horn – Joseph Martin (8)Piano – Jef GilsonSoprano Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Violin, Clarinet – Jean-Luc Ponty
6:59
A5 Jef Gilson Sextette Valse A Quatre Temps (Jazz A Trois Temps)
Bass Guitar – Claude BonsangClarinet – Bertrand GaudiatPiano – Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone – Pierre Caron
3:05
A6 Jef Gilson Orchestre Et Choeurs* Agnus Dei
Alto Saxophone – Hubert FolBass – Jack Sewig*Bass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisChoir – Alain Jezequel, Anne Germain, Didier Debons, Françoise Walch, Jacques Hendrix, Jean Cussac, Jean-Marie Jezequel, Vincent MunroDrums – Pierre-Alain DahanOrgan, Arranged By – Jef GilsonTrombone – André Feraud, André Siot, Charles Orieux, Francois Guin*Trumpet – Bill Coleman (2), Jean Liesse, Tony RussoVocals – Anna-Maria Bondi
2:55
B1 Jef Gilson Big Band Modalite Pour Mimi
Alto Saxophone – Jacques Di Donato, Michel PortalBaritone Saxophone – Henri JouhardBass – Alby CullazDrums – Jacques ThollotPiano, Arranged By – Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone – Nathan DavisTrombone – Francois Guin*, Raymond FonsèqueTrumpet – Yvan Jullien*, Sonny Grey, Woody ShawVibraphone – Bernard Lubat
3:49
B2 Jef Gilson Three Four One
Alto Saxophone – Michel PortalArranged By, Conductor – Jef GilsonBaritone Saxophone – William BoucayaBass – Henri Téxier*Drums – Stephane Vilar*Horn – Joseph Martin (8)Piano – Jean-Claude PetitSoprano Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis ChautempsTrombone – Jacques Tallourd, Jean-Pierre BurtinTrumpet – Bernard Vitet, Fernand Gérard, Georges Gay, René Léger
3:53
B3 Jef Gilson Chakan - Movement 1
Baritone Saxophone – Jean-Louis ChautempsBass – Gilbert "Bibi" Rovere*Bass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisDrums – Pierre-Alain DahanFlugelhorn – Unknown ArtistPiano – Jef GilsonSoprano Saxophone – Nathan DavisStrings [10] – Unknown ArtistTenor Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Trumpet – Henri Van Haeke*, Ivan Jullien, Jean LiesseVocals – Anna-Maria Bondi
2:26
B4 Jef Gilson Jazztet Jazz A La Quarte
Drums – Lionel MoinePiano – Brubo Sisinni*, Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone – Vincent Audiger*Trumpet – Guillaume Poncelet
3:28
B5 Jef Gilson Un Pas, Deux Pas, Cent Pas
Drums – Jean-Claude PourtierOrgan – Jef GilsonPercussion – Pierre MoretVocals – Le Choeur Des Halles De Paris*Vocals [Solo] – Marie-Valérie Quievreux*, Sophie-Barbara Quiévreux
2:30
B6 Jef Gilson Valerie's Waltz
Bass – Erwin FenyohaziDrums – Jacky PontetFlute – Valerie CordinPiano – Jef Gilson
3:38
C1 Jef Gilson Nonet* Feat. Jean-Louis Chautemps Suite Pour San Remo: Ouverture
Bass – Gilbert "Bibi" Rovere*Bass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisDrums – Gaëtan Dupenher*Piano, Arranged By – Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Chautemps, Pierre CaronTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Trumpet – Jean-Baptiste MiraVibraphone – Bernard Lubat
4:25
C2 Jef Gilson Strings For One
Bass – Henri TexierDrums – Stephane Vilar*English Horn, Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Trumpet, Trombone, Strings – The Soloists Of ParisPiano – Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jean-Louis ChautempsViolin – Jean-Luc Ponty
5:40
C3 Jef Gilson Nonet* Feat. Jean-Louis Chautemps Suite Pour San Remo: Adriano
Bass – Gilbert "Bibi" Rovere*Bass Clarinet – Claude LenissoisDrums – Gaëtan Dupenher*Piano, Arranged By – Jef GilsonTenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Chautemps, Pierre CaronTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Francois Jeanneau*Trumpet – Jean-Baptiste MiraVibraphone – Bernard Lubat
4:11
C4 Philly Joe Jones* With Jef Gilson & His Ensemble Espagnolade
Bass – Guy PedersenCello – Jean-Charles CaponDrums – Philly Joe Jones)*Piano, Arranged By – Jef GilsonTrombone – Luis Fuentes
6:33
D1 Jef Gilson & Malagasy Chant Inca
Alto Saxophone – Alain RazafinohatraBaritone Saxophone – Roland De ComarmondBass – Jean-Charles CaponBass Clarinet – Arnaud RazafyDrums – Alain RahoersonPiano, Xylophone – Jef GilsonSoprano Saxophone – Georges RahoersonTenor Saxophone – Joel Rakotomamonjy, Serge Rahoerson
4:11
D2 Jef Gilson & Malagasy Hommage A Rakotozafy
Drums – Jef Gilson, Sylvain Marc*Instruments [Remaining] – Unknown ArtistValiha – Del Rabenja
4:49
D3 Jef Gilson & Malagasy The Creator Has A Master Plan
Alto Saxophone – Roland De ComarmondBass – Sam*Bass Clarinet – Arnaud RazafyDrums – Serge RahoersonPercussion [Madagascan] – Alain Rahoerson, Jojo (14)Piano – Jef Gilson
11:28

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Packaging at Divine Inc.
Digital restoration and mastering at See Why Audio.

Track A1 - Recorded Paris, 16 March 1963. From the 7" EP "Jef Gilson Big Band" (CED-J-451).
Tracks A2 & B5 - Recorded SM Studios, Paris, December 1971. From the LP "Messe Pour Halles de Paris" (SM 30-453).
Track A3 - Recorded Paris, October 1965. Taken from the LP "The Bog Band Era" (Palm 20).
Track A4 - Recorded Europasonor Studios, Paris, 23 December 1962. Taken from the LP "Enfin!" (CED 30 J 1002).
Track A5 - Recorded Paris, February, 1960. From the 7" EP "The Tracks" (TRS 12).
Track A6 - Recorded Paris 1966. From the LP "Jazz Pour Dieu" (Uni Disc 30 145 M).
Track B1 - Recorded Paris, 3 April 1965. From the LP "Jef Gilson A Gaveau" (SFP).
Track B2 - Recorded Europasonor Studios, Paris, 2 February 1963. Taken from the LP "Enfin!" (CED 30 J 1002).
Track B3 - Recorded Paris, June 1966. From the LP "The Bog Band Era" (Palm 20).
Track B4 - Recorded Ribes, February 22 & 23, 1997. From the CD "Les Touches Noires" (Artis JG 01).
Track B6 - Recorded Champagnac, (Ardeche), Septemeber 23-27, 1992. From the CD "Midi Douze" (FD Music 152122).
Tracks C1 & C3 - Recorded Villingen, Germany, April 18-19, 1966. From the LP "New Call From France" (Saba SB15081).
Track C2 - Recorded Paris, January 1963. Taken from the LP "The Big Band Era" (Palm 20).
Track C4 - Recorded Paris, 31 March, 1969. From the LP "Philly Joe Jones" (Vogue CLVLX 357).
Track D1 - Recorded Antananarivo (formerly Tananarive, Madagascar, April 1969. From the LP "Malagasy" (Lumen LD 33 908).
Track D2 - Recorded France, 1073. From the CD "Zao" (Isma'a YEB 2002).
Track D3 - Recorded Antananarivo (formerly Tananarive, Madagascar, October 1969. From the LP "Malagasy" (Lumen LD 33 908).

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Track B4 Bruno Sisinni is wrongly listed as Piano Player

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