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Release: 2014
Ref.: LJ24

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Release : february, 2014

After « Unveiling », his first album released in 2009 on LABORIE Jazz and acclaimed by both the critics and the public, Paul Lay took care to prepare this second creation and to surround himself with an ideal formula. Now well identified by the Jazz Scene but also very much appreciated by the Classical world, Paul Lay confirms here a position of leading pianist and composer to be now reckoned with among the young European talents. “Mikado” is a game of skill indeed, but beyond that, its human form reveals an extremely dense quartet in which everyone intermingles in a natural complicity and a perfect harmony. The quality of Paul Lay’s composition reflects that of a musician deeply rooted in his time and in the surrounding musical scene too, and you will realise that when the purpose of “Mikado” is to preserve the stability of the game, this Quartet’s skill is to disrupt the rules.




1. Ouverture (2'02)
2. Ka (5'57)
3. Let Me Tell You My Secret (6'06)
4. Workaholic (5'57)
5. Voices (3'38)
6. Dolphins (5'24)
7. Little Changes (4'08)
8. HÄiKU #2 (1'45)
9. Awake (4'58)
10. Beyond (4'50)
11. Luiza (3'22)
12. Youth (4'36)
13. Chao Phraya (5'08)
14. Epilogue (0'53)


TOTAL TIME : 58'49



Paul Lay : Piano, compositions
Clemens Van Der Feen : Double bass
Dré Pallemaerts : Drums
Antonin-Tri Hoang : Alto saxophone, bass clarinet



Produced by Laborie Jazz
Executive producer : Jean-Michel Leygonie
Recorded by Boris Darley at Studio Laborie
Assistant : Clément Mettai
Mixed by Boris Darley at Studio Sextan
Mastered by Pierre Vandewaeter at Studio Lakanal
Photos by Jean-Baptiste Millot / www.jeanbaptistemillot.com
Artwork by Jean-Louis Duralek / HowCanYouNot.com
Worldwide Digital Distribution : Socadisc



Grand Prix du disque de Jazz de l'Académie Charles Cros 2014Prix Django Reinhardt de l'Académie du Jazz en 2016





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