Trippin'

by Jean-Paul Bourelly

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The basic track on Bourelly's Trippin' were self produced, recorded during several red eye sessions in 1987. Later tracks were added when Enemy records producer Michael Knuth got involved and got his young trio in the studio again to fill out rest of the CD which included the bright young drummer Rodney Holmes. This was Jean-Paul's second cd as a leader with standout tunes like Trippin', Garden of Love, and Diamond Ring. The moody side of the cd comes from tunes like Wild and Lonely and Sanctuary.

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...his own blend of jazz, funk, blues and more avant-garde sounds....one of the most exciting players on the scene at the moment... - Rating: A-
Entertainment Weekly (04/10/1992)

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released January 1, 1992

Personnel: Jean-Paul Bourelly (guitars, vocals), Carl Bourelly (keyboards), Mark Battson (organ), Reggie Washington (bass, background vocals), "F-Nation" Freddie Cash, Kevin Bruce Harris (bass), Tony Lewis, Rodney Holmes, Kevin "K-Dog" Johnson (drums), Dwania Kyles (background vocals).
Recorded at Baby Monster Studios and Eastside Sound, New York.

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Jean-Paul Bourelly Berlin, Germany

Jean-Paul Bourelly, guitarist and innovative musician was born in Chicago. The founder and label owner of
JPGotMangos has always strived toward new musical territory in his group’s collaborations, recordings and underground experimentations. "I always felt that the guitar was not just a rock & roll instrument but a channel in which I could breath out all my life experiences."
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