Delgres – Mo Jodi (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Delgres - Mo Jodi (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Delgres
Album: Mo Jodi
Genre: Blues, Alternative Rock
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 44:21
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 494 MB


01. Delgres – Respecte Nou (03:23)
02. Delgres – Mo Jodi (03:49)
03. Delgres – The Promise (00:19)
04. Delgres – Mr President (03:45)
05. Delgres – Vivre Sur La Route (03:27)
06. Delgres – Sere Mwen Pli Fo (Feat Skye Edwards) (03:44)
07. Delgres – Can’t Let You Go (03:56)
08. Delgres – Ti Manmzel (03:54)
09. Delgres – Anko (03:14)
10. Delgres – Ramene Mwen (05:15)
11. Delgres – Chak Jou Bon Die Fe (03:44)
12. Delgres – Pardone Mwen (05:44)


Dying today. In Creole, mo jodi. The title says it all for Delgres’ first album, an impeccable trio that could easily be compared to what would happen if the Black Keys dropped their anchor in the Antilles… Delgres for Louis Delgrès, an abolitionist infantry colonel born in Saint-Pierre, famous for his anti-slavery proclamation, a high point of Guadeloupe’s resistance against Napoleonic troops who wanted to restore the slave trade. When Louis Delgrès and his 300 men realised all was lost when faced with Bonaparte’s soldiers, they decided to commit suicide using their explosives, by virtue of the revolutionary emblem live free or die… However, this historic name doesn’t constrain Pascal Danaë, Baptiste Brondy and Rafgee to only be a “band with a message”. Delgres proudly waves its name and the ideals that go with it, but focuses first and foremost on making rock with a touch of garage, fed with some primitive blues, raw soul music and sounds from New Orleans. Combining dobro guitar, drums and sousaphone – an atypical tuba popular in the carnival fanfares of the Antilles and New Orleans −, the trio assert their originality. In his writing too, Danaë goes back and forth − with great ease − between Creole and English, blurring the lines between his influences, which he has always treated with taste throughout his long career (he was for instance involved in Rivière Noire, best World Music album at the 2015 Victoires de la Musique). A stylistic kaleidoscope, illustrated by the ballad Séré mwen pli fo, sung in duo with Morcheeba’s Skye Edwards. In its edgier moments as well as nostalgic and absorbing sequences, Mo Jodi talks about History, but also hope, and builds bridges between continents and centuries to create a blissful journey of rock’n’blues’n’soul that will take you by the guts!  – Marc Zisman

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