Pierre Nolès Et Ses Musiciens* ‎– Invitation À La Danse Vol. 2

Label:
Franco-Élite ‎– EL-11609
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
Released:
 
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist

A1 Love Story 2:28
A2 Rico Vacilon 2:05
A3 Pata Pata 2:45
A4 Too Beautiful To Last 2:08
A5 Saludos To Herb 2:30
A6 Paint It Black 2:40
B1 Natascha 2:12
B2 Pariser Tango 2:10
B3 World Cup 2:40
B4 Rosetta 2:04
B5 Daniela 2:15
B6 Rollin 2:45

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

A1, A4 - Rumba
A2, A5 - Cha Cha
A3 - Samba
A6, B6 - Triple Swing
B1, B5 - Valse
B2 - Tango
B3 - Fox Trot
B5 - Quick Step

Front sleeve : Invitation À La Danse Vol. 2
Rear sleeve : Invitation À La Danse Volume 2

Reviews

Add Review

DisKebec

DisKebec

December 26, 2016
An often-overlooked yet superb early sixties all-instrumental latin-tinged dance-jazz album that features some excellent and rare bossa, samba, rumba, tango, quick-step, triple-swing movers and even a great organ-drenched cover of the Stones' "Paint It Black" .......all delivered by an amazing band that boasts a veritable who's-who's of top Quebec jazz musicians........
......and directed by one of Canada's very best band-leaders, Pierre Nolès whose lengthy C.V. spans early Rock n Roll, Twist ("Peppermint Noles"), contemporary jazz, ballroom, Holiday jazz-pop, Latin jazz, Carribean ("Ay Bo Le"), soundtracks (the coveted "Le Clan" with Michel Conte) and even garage-psych (he produced the early Sinners recordings).

Pierre Nolès (orchestra leader, piano), Denis Lepage (piano, organ & arrangements), Réal Mathieu (trumpet), Yves Lagacé (drums, percussion), Serge Blouin (bass), Richard Beaudet (sax, flute), Pierre Daigneault (tenor sax), and the great Aurèle Lacombe (guitars).