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Reunion Pierre Tanguay

A lively, entertaining album. Coda Magazine, Canada

Reunion brings five wonderful Montréal musicians together to play the jazz they love. It’s free-spirited, it comes from the heart and the playing is exciting. It swings, it’s sensitive and it’s witty -- and it’s for you.

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Pierre Tanguay

  • CD 2.0
    DSM 3031
    Out of print

In the press

  • Randall Mcilroy, Coda Magazine, no. 294, November 1, 2000
    A lively, entertaining album.


Randall Mcilroy, Coda Magazine, no. 294, November 1, 2000

Derome is back with Pierre Tanguay on Reunion. There is no safety net for them, their tonal palette is wide and their sense of adventure welcome. Nailing that on the head is the hot, swinging Better Go on which trombonist Tom Walsh fires the opening salvo before the band rides it out in turns swiping the rhythm metre with abandon, while Tanguay pegs the beat down tight. Their adventurous motifs find humour and good times on the extended odyssey of Blues Clair and an apt exuberance on I Want To Be Happy. A lively, entertaining album.

A lively, entertaining album.

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