Gilson, Jef / Ponty, Jean Luc / Chautemps, Jean Louis: Oeil Vision

Gilson, Jef / Ponty, Jean Luc / Chautemps, Jean Louis: Oeil Vision

Gilson, Jef / Ponty, Jean Luc / Chautemps, Jean Louis: Oeil Vision

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Oeil Vision
Artist: Gilson, Jef / Ponty, Jean Luc / Chautemps, Jean Louis
Label: Modern Silence
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889397610128
Genre: Jazz

Modern Silence present a reissue of Oeil Vision, originally released in 1964. One of the best albums by legendary French pianist Jef Gilson, recorded in 1963 with Jean-Luc Ponty on violin, Daniel Humair on drums, Jean-Louis Chautemps and Pierre Caron on tenor sax, Guy Pedersen and Henri Texier on bass. A superb line up for this beautiful album including two splendid versions of "Chant-Inca" (a hidden cover of Pharoah Sanders "Creator Has A Masterplan"). Essential French spirit/avant jazz. Gilson was the brilliant mind behind a number of incredible, yet over-looked recordings during the late sixties and early seventies. His music spanned from big band and large led ensemble work to his later explorations with African influenced spiritual jazz. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl. Edition of 500.


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