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Nguyen Le & Ngo Hong Quang - Ha Noi Duo (2017) {ACT 9828-2}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at May 8, 2017
Nguyen Le & Ngo Hong Quang - Ha Noi Duo (2017) {ACT 9828-2}

Nguyên Lê & Ngô Hồng Quang - Ha Noi Duo (2017) {ACT 9828-2}
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© 2017 ACT Music | ACT 9828-2
Jazz / World Jazz / World Fusion / Guitar Jazz / World Music

Nguyên Lê is a maverick, a hyper-fluent guitarist with a penchant for mixing up genres. Born in Paris of Vietnamese descent, he’s regarded as a jazz musician, though his most celebrated albums pay tribute to 60s rock gods like Hendrix and Floyd. Here he teams up with a young traditionalist, Ngô Hong Quang, on fiddle and lute to portray “the soul of Vietnam” and its quickening evolution. There are jaunty folkish tunes, temple bells and ethereal melodies with titles like Heaven’s Ground, but nothing arrives without surprises. One moment you are among mountain clouds, then Lê unleashes a storm of widdly-diddly electric axe. Italian trumpeter Paolo Fresu adds elegant Milesesque licks to a remarkable fusion of ancient and modern.
Nguyen Le / Paolo Fresu / Dhafer Youssef - Homescape (2006) {ACT}

Nguyen Le / Paolo Fresu / Dhafer Youssef - Homescape (2006) {ACT}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Even in the adventurous territory of jazz, this French-Vietnamese musician stands out as a unique explorer of sounds. His new CD will surprise even those who believe themselves to be, by now, familiar with the diversity of his musical output. The first unusual fact: Most of the tracks were recorded in Lê’s living room (pardon me, his salon), and also completed à la maison using his computer. The second unusual fact: This domestic method of producing music need not conjure up the cosy, well worn realm of familial comfort, in fact Nguyên Lê leads the listener into a space that is full to the brim with warped sounds and acoustical metamorphoses.

Nguyen Le - Songs Of Freedom (2011) {ACT}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 30, 2016
Nguyen Le - Songs Of Freedom (2011) {ACT}

Nguyen Le - Songs Of Freedom (2011) {ACT}
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Genre: Ethnic Fusion

Nguyên Lê takes the title of his latest album from one of his favourite songs of freedom: Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” sits alongside hits from Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton and the Beatles, whose “Eleanor Rigby” and “Come Together” frame the album - credit where credit’s due, these artists wrote some of the finest songs in recent memory. But Lê takes the liberty to unearth these icons of pop and rock history from their dust (or gold) covered depths and brings them to the present day and to the global village, with the help of his own formidable musical prowess as well as many exceptional guests from all over the world who provide support in his band.

Peter Erskine / Nguyen Le / Michel Benita - ELB (2001) {ACT}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 21, 2016
Peter Erskine / Nguyen Le / Michel Benita - ELB (2001) {ACT}

Peter Erskine / Nguyen Le / Michel Benita - ELB (2001) {ACT}
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Genre: Fusion

Guitarist Nguyen Le has become the Parisian equivalent of Bill Frisell: a "changes player" who is not averse to kicking on nasty effects pedals or playing simply and folksy when the tune merits. But on this cooperative outing with drummer Peter Erskine and bassist Michel Benita, Le throws his own signature into the mix with the various odd bends and nontempered slurs he pulls off on the guitar, alluding to his Vietnamese heritage on pieces like "Sao Sen," "Zigzag" and "Free at Last" with a very personal touch on the fretboard.
Nguyen Le - Songs Of Freedom (New Morning, Paris) (2012) HDTV 1080р

Nguyen Le - Songs Of Freedom (New Morning, Paris) (2012) HDTV 1080р
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Audio: English AAC-LC 2 channels 128-384 Kbps VBR
Blues-Rock Fusion

A look "Exotic" on classics of 70s Pop Music. This new record is a continuation of another famous album "Rock" Nguyen Lê "Purple Celebrating Jimi Hendrix" .It comes to versions do not "cover" but to take possession of those songs that have become symbols a true global culture worshiped the world over, those songs now belong to everyone & the world has to sing in his own way. Attitude eminently Jazz finally own a music that has always combined respect for tradition and the freedom of the reinterpretation & improvisation.

Nguyen Le - Signature Edition [2CD] (2010)  Music

Posted by jhoer10 at Oct. 15, 2010
Nguyen Le - Signature Edition [2CD] (2010)

Nguyen Le - Signature Edition [2CD] (2010)
MP3 320 kbps | 44.1 Khz | 02 h 28 min 10 sec | No Covers | 343.2 mb
Label: ACT Music | Genre: Jazz

Nguyên Lê (b. Paris, France, 14 January 1959) is a French jazz musician and composer of Vietnamese ancestry. His main instrument is guitar, and he also plays electric bass guitar and guitar synthesizer.He has released numerous albums, both as a leader and as a sideman. His 1996 album Tales from Viêt-Nam blends jazz and traditional Vietnamese music. Nguyên Lê has performed with Randy Brecker, Vince Mendoza, Eric Vloeimans, Carla Bley, Michel Portal, and Dhafer Youssef.

Nguyen Le - Million Waves  Music

Posted by fontibre at Sept. 30, 2006
Nguyen Le - Million Waves

Nguyen Le - Million Waves
Jazz | MP3 | 132,57 MB | 320 Kbps | No covers

French/Vietnamese guitarist Nguyen Le is certaily one of the most talked about guitarist today. His strong technical skills and equally profound compositions sets him apart from tons of other good players. Check out this power trio with ex Mahavishnu and Pat Metheny drummer Danny Gottlieb and bassist Dieter Ilg.

Nguyen Le - Walking on the Tiger's Tail  Music

Posted by fontibre at Sept. 21, 2006
Nguyen Le - Walking on the Tiger's Tail

Nguyen Le - Walking on the Tiger's Tail
Jazz | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 148,14Mb | No Covers

Brian Whistler

"The intent of the artist is the same as that of the sorceror: It is the act of making something out of nothing"

This ecstatic, amazing and inspired music, this lightening bolt of AHA! against the midnight sky of smooth jazz post 90's mono directional mediocrity, this authentic record embodies that most rare and wonderful of things: a mature work by an artist with a truly original voice.

ELB - Peter Erskine/Nguyen Le/Michel Benita  Music

Posted by fontibre at Sept. 17, 2006
ELB - Peter Erskine/Nguyen Le/Michel Benita

ELB - Peter Erskine / Nguyen Le / Michel Benita
Jazz | MP3 | 320 Kbps | 79,72 Mb | Covers

No one plays the guitar like Nguyen Le. What he sounds like to me is if one crossed the late, great Shawn Lane with Noel Akchote. I also hear a good bit of Nels Cline, something of Ben Monder, a bit of Amit Chatterjee, a soucon of Pat Metheny, and even the occasional Bill Frisell move.
Nguyen Le - Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon (2014) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Nguyên Lê with Michael Gibbs & NDR Bigband - Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon (2014)
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Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Nguyên Lê is a magician; his art reveals itself not only in his own compositions but also in his celebrations of the music of the past, where his approach to the latter resembles sculptures made of new clay. Remember Purple, his tribute to Jimi Hendrix, or more recently his Songs Of Freedom and its evocations of rock's greatest moments. He's a flamboyant guitarist and, while he shows courteous deference to his source material, he has always expressed the full diversity of an imaginary world engendered by his own history, that of a nomad, self-taught virtuoso: his music feeds on influences embracing all continents, and is painted with colours drawn from jazz, rock, and a kind of world fusion permeated with light. Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon demonstrates that the imagination of Nguyên Lê has indeed risen to power; it is no simple tribute to a record which made history. It fervently expresses the re-creation exempt from all imitation of a score which you can hear in filigree. Lê produced and arranged the album, and adds five tracks of his own, interspersing the Pink Floyd material. Korean singing sensation Youn Sun Nah adds dramatic vocals and Michael Gibbs provides the orchestration.