Laô Pierre Chabrele & Clan Destin 3:17
La vie Mawé Crisis TB Solo 3:33
TROMBONE CARIBÉEN – Pierre Chabrèle on ATV News, Martinique 25 August 2018 – French version
Latest album – NEG MAWON DÉWÔ
NEG MAWON DÉWÔ tracks & credits
Protect your planet. Composition by Pierre Chabrèle. Lyrics / lead vocals : Mary Birch. This is our anthem for COP 24. French & Italian versions coming soon with lyrics & vocals by Fabienne Palasciano… other versions in the pipeline. This is OUR planet, we are all concerned. Protect it! Out now on CD Baby, iTunes, Deezer, Spotify, Apple Music…
Hello My Friends Dub : Mixed at Ariwa studios by Joe Ariwa. Available now on iTunes, Apple Music, CD Baby, Spotify, Deezer etc …
Making of the Ziétaj documentary featuring Pierre Chabrèle and first shown on 18 November on Martinique 1 ère. Watch this space, full versions coming soon with French & English subtitles. Thanks to Renée-Liz Cimper & the ZIETAJ CREW.
“Il grandissimo Pierre Chabrèle” on Radiotelevisione Svizzera
Voici la version française de l’émission en “voix off”.
Pierre Chabrèle is featured on Radiotelevisione Svizzera’s Groovin’, 23 December 2017.
Pierre Chabrèle is described as an important person on the French music scene, someone with “diversi progetti”.
Featuring “Spirit of Jah”, Chabrèle’s composition on Roots Heritage’s début album “Levelution” and “La Vie Mawé Crisis”.
Pierre Chabrèle special guest, plays with Fabienne Palasciano at the opening of the Bluesnights festival. in Switzerland..Autumn 2018. Photos © Roger Salem
La Vie Mawé Crisis – Pierre Chabrèle composed La Vie Mawé Crisis in January 1992 inspired by the worsening economic situation in the wake of the Gulf War. This clip features the trombone solo version released in 2017. It “talks” of catastophe, wars, dictators, corruption and crises but keeps hope and guarded optimism for the future. It is a also call to world politicians to wake up and do something fast before it is too late.
Pierre Chabrèle & Roots Heritage create a buzz in Bangkok
John Clewley talks about Pierre Chabrèle and Roots Heritage in his weekly world music column in the Bangkok Post , 15 May 2018. Thanks, John.
… Pierre Chabrèle, whose trombone work can be heard in the shows and albums of many of Paris’ top musicians and bands, including Salif Keita. He has recently joined up with a group of like-minded senior musicians to form a new reggae-dub based band, Roots Heritage. The band has a recently-released debut album, Levelution, which was produced by the veteran London dub man Mad Professor, one of my favourite producers (along with Dennis Bovell) when I lived in South London during the 1980s. Chabrèle also has some interesting solo projects as well. Of particular note is a 2017 release with his original band Clan Destin, La Vie Mawe Crisis, which features some really great drumming from Cameroonian Brice Wassy. Both CDs are highly recommended and can be purchased on line at CD Baby.
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