George Edouard Nouel - Chodo

    Back in stock ! Ultra rare spiritual afro jazz funk with west indies and latin influences by Georges-Edouard Nouel, this jazz pianist from Martinique is better known for his collaboration with Noel McGhie, Steve Potts or Roland Brival but his only album is just a masterpiece, at the same level as Marius Cultier "Ouelele" or Fabiano Orchestra "Butterfly island". It contains the killer Fender jazz club tune Meci bon die, but the whole album is a complete joy from the first to the last second. Essential to any lovers of deep jazz records such as Romano Mussolini "Mirage", Michel Sardaby "Welcome New Warmth", Marco Di Marco. An absolutely essential record almost impossible to find.

    Record is strong EX not far from NM. Sleeve is EX very close to NM (due to a barely visible sticker removal mark) . Top copy. 

  • George Edouard Nouel
  • Chodo
  • Label: Chant du Monde - LDX 74 603
  • Country: France
  • Release year: 1975
  • Cover state: EX
  • Vinyl state: EX
    • Currently unavailable