Sangoma Everett Trio




Label: Naïve
Distribution in France: Naïve
Release date: April 20, 2015

The American musician Sangoma Everett has been playing the drums since age 12. After having studied at the legendary Berklee College of Music in Boston, he met Bill Lee in New York and subsequently collaborated with Dizzy Gillespie, Mal Waldron, Dee Dee Bridgewater and many more. He moved to Paris in 1979 for the first time and collaborated with Erik Truffaz, Tony Lakatos, Claude Nougaro and other big French artists. He was also the drummer of the Golden Gate quartet for two years.With “Debi”, a reference to the Indian sarod player Debi Prasad Gosh, he created, with young French musicians Bastien Brison, piano and composition and Christophe Lincontang at the double bass, a very appealing, easily accessible album, also inviting flamenco singer, dancer and musician Sabrina Romero playing the cajon and Moroccan hand drums on four tracks. The compositions are melodic and have great hooks; the music is refreshing and creates much enthusiasm in concert.

Sangoma Everett Trio - Debi