Marcus Miller «Afrodeezia» en París
Marcus Miller — Director musical, bajista, clarinetista bajo, cantante de jazz, guembri
Alex Han — Saxofón alto, saxofón soprano
Renaud Gensane — Trompetista
Brett Williams — Tecladista
Alex Bailey — Baterista
Mamadou Cherif Soumano — Percusionista
Hervé Samb — Guitarrista
Adhil Mirghani — Percusionista
Alune Wade — Bajista, cantante de jazz
Aziz Sahmaoui — Percusionista, cantante de jazz, N'goni
Adama Bilorou — Yembé
Sobre el programa...
Bassist, clarinetist, composer, arranger, and producer Marcus Miller rose to fame during the eighties with his work alongside Miles Davis, notably composing the latter's Tutu album, one of the jazz legend's greatest successes. A prolific career ensued, during which Miller completed close to 500 recordings, working with such musicians as Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Beyoncé, Eric Clapton, Wayne Shorter, Quincy Jones, David Sanborn, Elton John, and Aretha Franklin.
Appointed UNESCO's artist for peace in 2013, Marcus Miller has dedicated his work to the search for his African roots and, in 2015, released his Afrodeezia album. In this concert at Paris's famed Olympia concert hall, he presents songs from this album in an exhilarating and emotional musical journey through Mali, Brazil, and New Orleans...