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Yusef Lateef & the Belmondo Brothers

The music is a blend of complex and precise improvisations and melodies from around the world, including 19th Century Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and Africa, all peppered with a jazz sensibility. The three multi-instrumentalist virtuosos in the front line forge their individual voices into a sound sculpture without losing their individuality. The rhythm section not only keeps up with the horns, but also builds a solid foundation for them. The multicultural style of the music and its beautiful complexity fits well with the great Yusef Lateef’s legacy and the Belmondo brothers’ body of work.
- Hrayr Attarian,

Yusef Lateef - Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Flute [Alto, Ethnic, Moan, Pneumatic & Chinese]
Lionel Belmondo - Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute [Alto], Clarinet, Percussion, Directed By, Mixed By
Stéphane Belmondo - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Other [Shell], Percussion, Mixed By
Paul Imm - Acoustic Bass
Jérôme Voisin - Bass Clarinet, Clarinet
Julien Hardy - Bassoon
Dre Pallemaerts - Drums
Dominique Dournaud - English Horn
Philippe Gauthier - Flute, Flute [Alto]
François Christin - French Horn
Laurent Becker - Oboe
Laurent Fickelson - Piano
Trombone - Glenn Ferris
Bastien Stil - Tuba

Executive-Producer – Olivier Lacourt, Ronan Palud
Recorded By [Assisted By] – Ludovic Palabaud
Recorded By, Mixed By – Manu Payet
Mastered By – Chab (2)
Mixed By – Christophe Dal Sasso
Liner Notes [English Translation] – Claire Simon
Liner Notes [French] – Vincent Bessieres
Artwork – Liam Farrell

Recorded At Acousti Studio On March 25 & 26th, 2005.
Mixed on March 29 and 30th, April 24 and 25th, 2005

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