21 October 2008

PARIS WITH LOVE


Here is the virtuoso accordion player himself, typically french in style and interpretation - his real name was Joss Baselli
Jo Basile
LP Audio Fidelity AFSD-5938 (1963)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Special thanks for Joss Baselli - this famous French accordionist is as always at a top. Accordion swing with musette flavour, or simply - French Accordion. Beautiful sounds !

Whatever is posted in this blog demonstrates a very good taste.
Besides, the quality of tracks is professionally high (digital processing ?).

Supr

Anonymous said...

PS-1/ Of course, there are musettes with swing touch as well as swingin' melodies with musette flavour. But sometimes it is difficut to distingwish.
PS-2/ During some period (late 50-th and begining 60-th ?) Joss played also an electronic accordion (as usual with button keys) and those records may exist somewere.

Supr

Zarville said...

Thanks for the kind words, I have some more records with him that I plan to post some day or other
/ Zarville

Richard Gagnon said...

Thank you! My own copy is a bit crackly (from all the loving wear, naturally), and your transfer is flawless, as always.

Having done it quite a bit myself (but not on your scale!), I'm well aware of the amount of work and attention to detail required of a good rip, so I tip my hat to you in appreciation.

Zarville said...

And I tip my hat for you, for your kind words - thanks

Anonymous said...

Paul si sinorina from Czech rep. 18.3.09 Mister Jo Basile is very good material for compare style musette. Another Jo is Jo Privata. My favorite accordeonist is Mr. Edouardo Duleu, He is super today and before 1955 . Thank you for listening LP's in your blog Mr.Balthazar.

Zarville said...

OK, thanks!