Michel Petrucciani Stuttgart 1998

Michel Petrucciani: Non Stop Travels With Michel Petrucciani / Trio Live In Stuttgart (2007)

Michel Petrucciani: Non Stop Travels With Michel Petrucciani / Trio Live In Stuttgart (2007)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 898 Kbps, 720 x 480 (2.370) at 29.970 fps | Audio: PCM 2 channels at 1 536 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Jazz | Label: Dreyfus Jazz | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 29 Oct 2007 | Runtime: 118 min. | 6,56 GB (DVD9)
Subtitles: French, Japanese, English

The phenomenon that was pianist Michel Petrucciani (b. December 28th, 1962, d. January 6th, 1999) is brought to life by this double-feature DVD from Dreyfus Records. Containing the hour-long documentary (Non-Stop Travels With Michel Petrucciani) that aired on many PBS television stations and a concert performance (Michel Petrucciani Trio: Live In Concert) in Germany, this wonderful DVD brings clarity to the person and musician that was Petrucciani. The single strongest emotion that keeps pouring forth as Petrucciani speaks and plays is his enormous talent and forever optimistic and humorous demeanor trapped in a body with a degenerative bone disease that would fail him before he turned forty.
Michel Petrucciani Trio - Live In Concert (1998) [HDTV 1080i]

Michel Petrucciani Trio - Live In Concert (1998) [HDTV 1080i]
AVC [email protected], 1920x1080 (16:9), ~5Mbps, 25fps | AC-3 192kbps, 48kHz, 2ch | 00:59:38 | 2.32 GB
Jazz | HDTV -> TS

Michael Petrucciani (accomplished French jazz pianist, despite a genetic disease that caused brittle bones and short stature), Antony Jackson and Steve Gadd perform live in Stuttgart, 1998.

Pamela Anderson - Michel Comte photoshoot, 1998  Girls

Posted by FatGarry at May 8, 2015
Pamela Anderson - Michel Comte photoshoot, 1998

Pamela Anderson - Michel Comte photoshoot, 1998
5 JPG | up to 3600*2851 | UHQ | 6.7 Mb
Canadian-American actress
Michel Petrucciani - The Blue Note Albums (9 CD BoxSet) (2015)

Michel Petrucciani - The Blue Note Albums (9 CD BoxSet) (2015)
Jazz | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 07:48:33 | 1.04 GB
Label: Universal Music Italia | Release Year: 2015

Michel Petrucciani overcame the effects of osteogenensis imperfecta (a bone disease that greatly stunted his growth) to become a powerful pianist. Originally greatly influenced by Bill Evans and to a lesser extent Keith Jarrett, Petrucciani developed his own individual voice. He started by playing in the family band with his guitarist father and bassist brother. At the age of 15 he had the opportunity to play with Kenny Clarke and Clark Terry, and at 17 he made his first recording. Petrucciani toured France with Lee Konitz in a duo (1980) and moved to the U.S. in 1982. At that time he coaxed Charles Lloyd out of retirement and toured with his quartet, a mutually beneficial relationship. Petrucciani was a strong attraction in the U.S., usually playing with a quartet (sometimes featuring Adam Holzman's synthesizer for color) or as a soloist; in 1986 he recorded at Montreux with Jim Hall and Wayne Shorter. Although Petrucciani's ability to overcome his affliction was admirable, his impressive playing stood by itself; he died of a pulmonary infection on January 6, 1999.
Stephane Grappelli / Michel Petrucciani - Flamingo (1996) {Dreyfus} [Repost]

Stephane Grappelli / Michel Petrucciani - Flamingo (1996) {Dreyfus}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 462MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

This CD features a logical combination of two talented Frenchmen, violinist Stephane Grappelli and pianist Michel Petrucciani, who had never recorded together before. With the assistance of bassist George Mraz and drummer Roy Haynes, the co-leaders romp on a variety of standards. Petrucciani was 32 at the time of this June 1995 set, a mere child compared to the 87-year-old Grappelli. Despite his age, Grappelli's violin playing sounds as youthful and enthusiastic as it had been in the 1930s; the 60 years of practice had not hurt. While Petrucciani's music is usually in the Bill Evans post-bop vein, he was happy to visit Grappelli's turf on this occasion, mostly playing veteran standards.

Michel Petrucciani - Pianism (1986) {Blue Note}  

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 26, 2014
Michel Petrucciani - Pianism (1986) {Blue Note}

Michel Petrucciani - Pianism (1986) {Blue Note}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 214MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

After five years during which he emerged from France to become an important figure in the international jazz world, pianist Michel Petrucciani (still a few days shy of his 23rd birthday) debuted on Blue Note with this superior trio outing. Assisted by bassist Palle Danielsson and drummer Eliot Zigmund, Petrucciani sometimes shows off the influence of Bill Evans both in the nearly equal roles played by the instruments and in his chord voicings. However, the pianist's own personality does shine through often on the set, which features explorations of four of Petrucciani's tunes, "Night and Day," and "Here's That Rainy Day." Superior post-bop music played by the already brilliant pianist.

Michel Petrucciani - Music (1989) {Blue Note} [Repost]  

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 26, 2014
Michel Petrucciani - Music (1989) {Blue Note} [Repost]

Michel Petrucciani - Music (1989) {Blue Note}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC Image | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 247MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Latin Jazz

Music was a slight departure from pianist Michel Petrucciani's usual Bill Evans-influenced recordings of the period. Petrucciani uses synthesizers (his and Adam Holzman's) on all but two selections, but these are very much in the background, making the ensembles sound a little larger than they actually are. Petrucciani's ten originals range from romantic ("Memories of Paris") and manic ("My Bebop Tune") to charming ("Lullaby") and funky ("Play Me") with a generous supply of Latin-tinged pieces and one rhythmic vocal by Tania Maria; Joe Lovano (on soprano) and the accordion of Gil Goldstein make one appearance apiece.
Michel Petrucciani - Both Worlds (1997) {Dreyfus} [Repost]

Michel Petrucciani - Both Worlds (1997) {Dreyfus}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

The diminutive French pianist Michel Petrucciani continues to display immense talent at the keyboard, but for a change, he's turned to another musician to arrange his original material. Seasoned arranger and superb trombonist Bob Brookmeyer makes a major contribution, adding very different shadings than the leader would have chosen. Rich unison lines flesh out "35 Seconds of Music and More," and Brookmeyer creates an especially melancholy mood for "Colors." An ominous introduction to "Training" dissolves later into a joyful bossa nova. This recommended CD also features trumpeter Flavio Boltro, saxophonist Stefano Di Battista, bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd.

Michel Petrucciani Power Of Three (1990) [Repost]  

Posted by juanchito at June 14, 2014
Michel Petrucciani Power Of Three (1990) [Repost]

Michel Petrucciani Power Of Three (1990)
DVD5 | PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR | Audio: AC3 2.0 Stereo, 256Kbps | 5% Recovery | 2.18 GB
Jazz | Length: 60 min | Uploaded/Uploadable/Bitshare/Freakshare | Links are interchangable
Steve Grossman Quartet - Steve Grossman Quartet With Michel Petrucciani (1999)

Steve Grossman Quartet - Steve Grossman Quartet With Michel Petrucciani
EAC Rip | FLAC, TRACKS+CUE, LOG | HQ Scan: 300 dpi | 59:22 | 355 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Dreyfus Jazz Records