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Grégoire Maret (Deluxe Edition) / Gregoire Maret (Deluxe Edition)


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Artist: Gregoire Maret
Release date: 2012
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:20:22
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No. Title Length
1. Lucilla's Dream 4:56
2. The Secret Life of Plants 4:48
3. The Man I Love (feat. Cassandra Wilson) 4:57
4. Travels 4:54
5. Crepuscule Suite: 5:37 PM (Intro) 1:37
6. Crepuscule Suite: Crepuscule (feat. Marcus Miller) 7:14
7. Crepuscule Suite: 4.28 AM (Outro) 2:48
8. Manhã do Sol (feat. Raul Midón & Samantha Hayes) 5:49
9. Prayer (feat. Mark Kibble & Alvin Chea) 7:59
10. Lembra de Mim 4:28
11. Children's Suite: The Womb 1:01
12. Children's Suite: Children's Song 6:30
13. Children's Suite: Outro 6:16
14. O Amor e o Meu País (feat. Toots Thielemans) 6:12
15. Ponta de Areia 3:38
16. Totoyama No Hikui Tsuki (feat. Makoto Ozone) [Bonus Track] 7:15



For decades, if you mentioned the words “jazz” and “harmonica” together, one name came to mind: the Belgian master Toots Thielemans. But since emerging in the mid-'00s, Swiss-born Gregoire Maret has made a name for himself on the instrument. He's played with major jazz figures such as Pat Metheny and Herbie Hancock, and he’s also worked with non-jazz artists like Meshell Ndegeocello and Pete Seeger. In 2012, Maret transitioned from in-demand sideman to the star of the show with his self-titled debut. The album opens with “Lucilla’s Dream,” a multi-part piece with impressive harmonica playing. Steve Wonder’s harp work has been a big influence on Maret, who brings a nice touch to Wonder’s “The Secret Life of Plants.” The awesome singer Cassandra Wilson appears on Gershwin’s “The Man I Love,” where Maret steps into the role of tasteful accompanist. There are also covers of a few Brazilian gems: Ivan Lins’ “O Amor E O Meu Pais” (with a guest spot by Thielemans) and Milton Nascimento’s “Ponta de Areia.”