Genre Jazz International. Recording Date March 14, - May 17, Track Listing. Billets Doux. Django Reinhardt. But the real feature seems always to be Django Reinhardt, guitarist supreme. He is prominently featured on "St. Genre Jazz International. Recording Date January 31, - November 10, Track Listing. Honeysuckle Rose.
Django Reinhardt. Sweet Georgia Brown. Night and Day. Cole Porter. I mean, the combination of incredible speed — all the speed you could possibly want — but also the thing of every note have a specific personality.
You don't hear it. I really haven't heard it anywhere but with Django. Toots Thielemans . Andrew Latimer , of the band Camel , has stated that he was influenced by Reinhardt. Willie Nelson has been a lifelong Reinhardt fan, stating in his memoir, "This was a man who changed my musical life by giving me a whole new perspective on the guitar and, on an even more profound level, on my relationship with sound During my formative years, as I listened to Django's records, especially songs like 'Nuages' that I would play for the rest of my life, I studied his technique.
Even more, I studied his gentleness. I love the human sound he gave his acoustic guitar. Although he is famous for composing scores for two movies by Woody Allen , respectively "Vicky Barcelona" and "Midnight in Paris", most of Wrembel's music has been inspired by Django Reinhardt. From to , he has released five volumes of the series "Django Experiment" composed of covers of Reinhardt's compositions as well as creations inspired by him.
In Wrembel also released "Django l'impressionniste", 17 never-published solo pieces composed by Reinhardt between and Reinhardt recorded over sides in his recording career, from to , the majority as sides of the then-prevalent RPM records, with the remainder as acetates, transcription discs, private and off-air recordings of radio broadcasts , and part of a film soundtrack. Only one session eight tracks from March was ever recorded specifically for album release by Norman Granz in the then-new LP format, but Reinhardt died before the album could be released.
In his earliest recordings Reinhardt played banjo or, more accurately, banjo-guitar accompanying accordionists and singers on dances and popular tunes of the day, with no jazz content, whereas in the last recordings before his death he played amplified guitar in the bebop idiom with a pool of younger, more modern French musicians.
A full chronological listing of his lifetime recorded output is available from the source cited here,  and an index of individual tunes is available from the source cited here. Since his death, Reinhardt's music has been released on many compilations. A small number of waltzes composed by Reinhardt in his youth were never recorded by the composer, but were retained in the repertoire of his associates and several are still played today.
The latest one was released on January 23, as "Django Experiment V. The names "Gagoug" and "Choti" were reportedly conferred by Django's widow Naguine on request from Matelo, who had learned the tunes without names. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Belgian-born Romani French jazz guitarist and composer.
In this ["Nuages"] graceful and eloquent melody, Django evoked the woes of the war that weighed on people's souls—and then transcended it all. Main article: Gypsy jazz. The instant I heard Django, I flipped. I chose his style because it spoke to me. He was too far ahead of his time. He was something else. Django is still one of my main influences, I think, for lyricism.
He can make me cry when I hear him. Biography portal Music portal Jazz portal. Eventually, Django would play electric guitar, and become one of the greatest guitar stylists of all time. Organ begins to play Interview: Announcer: Could you tell me Mr Reinhardt, what has compelled you to write this mass?
DR: All the gypsies in the entire world have made use of foreign masses for many centuries. I have written this mass to be interpreted by choir and organ. A: And in what surroundings do you isolate yourself in order to write — it's not a question of surroundings.
For you certainly cannot do it after a jazz concert? DR: I prefer to write in the evening very late or in the morning in my bed. A: And did you notate the music? DR: No, it's not I who notates the music. I dictate it to him. A: And is today the first recital of your mass? DR: It is an extract of my mass. I particularly don't know the ending.
It's the first time I have heard the composition on the organ. If I Had You. It Had to Be You. The Flat Foot Floogie. Lambeth Walk. Why Shouldn't I? Irving Berlin. Please Be Kind. Improvisation No. Don't Worry 'Bout Me. The Man I Love. Track Listing - Disc 3. Billets Doux. Swing de Paris. Them There Eyes. Three Little Words. Appel Direct. Jeepers Creepers.
Swing ' Japanese Sandman. Raymond B. Tea for Two. My Melancholy Baby. Track Listing - Disc 1. Ride Red Ride. Django Reinhardt.
A Blues Riff. Duke and Duke. Del Salle. For Sentimental Reasons. Django's Blues.Check out Django Reinhardt Vol. 2 by Django Reinhardt on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on xirobormamowecetinidemawal.coinfo