Brèves / 22.01.2016

Palmarès 2015 (4/4)

Comme l’an dernier, Soul Bag publie son palmarès. Les collaborateurs de notre magazine ont donc choisi les albums, DVD, livres et prestations scéniques qui les ont le plus marqués en 2015. Quatrième et dernière partie.


Julien Crué


Wee Willie Walker / “If Nothing Ever Changes” (Little Village Foundation)

Melody Gardot / “Curency Of A Man” (Decca)

Betty LaVette / “Worthy” (Cherry Red)

Moutain Men / “Against The Wind” (Echo Productions)

Eric Bibb & JJ Milteau / “Lead Belly's Gold – Live At Sunset And More” (Dixiefrog)

Hugh Coltman / “Shadows –. Songs Of Nat King Cole” (OKeh)

Emma Donnovan & The Putbacks / “Dawn” (HopeStreet)

Mighty Sam McClain & Knut Reiersrud / “Tears Of The World” (ACT)

Jamison Ross / “Jamison” (Concord)



Carl Hall / “You Don't Know Nothing About Love – The Loma / Atlantic Recordings 1967-1972” (Omnivore)

The Pilgrim Travelers / “Gospel Boogie – Rare Recordings 1946-57” (Gospel Friend)

Wilson Pickett / “Mr. Magic Man – The Complete RCA Studio Recordings” (Real Gone)

The Staple Singers / “Freedom Highway Complete” (Epic-Legacy)

The Valentinos / “Lookin' For A Love – The Complete SAR Recordings” (Abkco-Ace)



Moutain Men



A City Called Heaven – Chicago And The Birth Of Gospel Music (Robert Marovich, University Of Illinois Press)



Prince Phillip Mitchell (Porretta Soul Festival, Italie)



Philippe Bas-Rabérin


Bettye Lavette / “Worthy” (Cherry Red) 

Harrison Kennedy / “This Is From Here” (Dixiefrog)

Tad Robinson / “Day Into Night” (Severn)

Mighty Sam McClain & Knut Reiersrud / “Tears of the World” (ACT)

Dee Dee Bridgewater & Irvin Mayfield / “Dee Dee's Feathers” (OKeh)

Boz Scaggs  / “A Fool To Care” (429 Records)

John Mayall / “Find A Way To Care” (Forty Below)



Lead Belly / “The Smithsonian Folkways Collection” (Smithsonian Folkways)

-“Live in Paris – American Folk Blues Festival – 20 octobre 1962” (Frémeaux & Associés)

-“Slavery in America – Redemption songs 1914-1972” (Frémeaux & Associés)

Little Richard / “The Indispensable” (Frémeaux & Associés)

-“Crackin' the Cosimo Code” (Ace)


Blue Planet

Samba Touré / “Gandadiko” (Glitter Beat)



A City Called Heaven – Chicago And The Birth Of Gospel Music (Robert Marovich, University Of Illinois Press)

The Original Guitar Hero and the Power of Music (Dean Alger, University of North Texas Press)

John Mayall – The Blues Crusader (Dinu Logoz, Olms)



Eric Bibb & Jean-Jacques Milteau (Paris, Alhambra)

John Mayall (Paris, Olympia)

Diana Krall (Paris, Olympia)



Franck Cochon


Lucky Brown / “Mystery Road” (Tramp)

The Soul Surfers / “Soul Rock!” (Ubiquity)

La Machine Ronde / “Music Makes The World Go Round” (Musicast)

Magic In Three / “Return Of” (G.E.D. Soul)

Saun & Starr / “Look Closer” (Daptone)

Hiatus Kaiyote / “Choose Your Weapon” (Flying Buddah)

The Polyversal Souls / “Invisible Joy” (Philophon)

Lucas Sapio / “Every Day Is Gonna Be The Day” (Good Fellas)



Johnny Hammond / “Gears” (BGP -Ace)

Isaac Hayes Movement / “Disco Connection” (Stax – Ace)

Sly And The Family Stone / “Live At The Fillmore East” (Epic – Legacy)

Gil Scott-Heron / “Small Talk At 125th” (BGP -Ace)

Lonnie Liston Smith / “Visions Of A New Wolrd” (BGP-Ace)



Hiatus Kaiyote

Saun & Starr

La Machine Ronde



Mathieu Mazelier


The Rebirth / “Being Thru The Eyes of a Child” (Walk Talkin)

D'Angelo and the Vanguard / “Black Messiah” (RCA) 

Jazmine Sullivan / Reality Show (RCA)

Sly Johnson / “The Mic Buddah” (Heavenly Sweetness)

Emily King / “The Switch” (Making Music)

Mark Ronson / “Uptown Special” (Columbia)

Judith Hill / “Back In Time” (NPG)

Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest / “Sylva” (Impulse!)



Quincy Jones / “Live In Paris 1960” (Frémeaux & Associés)

Sly and the Family Stone / “Live At The Fillmore East” (Epic-Legacy)

Heatwave / “Too Hot To Handle” (Big Break)

Johnny Hammond / “Gears” (BGP-Ace)

David Porter / “…Into A Real Thing” (Stax-Ace)



Emily King (“The Switch”)

Judith Hill (“Back In Time”)



Nina Simone (Richard Elliott, Equinox)

A Gospel Story (Jean Buzelin et Wozniak, Difymusic)



-“Selma” (Ava DuVernay, Pathé)



Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest / Olympia, Paris