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Born in 1986, David Reinhardt is the grandson of guitarist Django Reinhardt. He released his critically acclaimed first album in 2008 and has since developed his craft performing in front of audiences around the world. Colombe, dedicated to David s grandmother, features Florent Gac on piano and organ, and Yoann Serra on drums and includes a wide repertoire of original material, an Ivan Lins bossa classic, a Jimmy van Heusen classic Here s That Rainy Day, and the Love Theme from the movie Spartacus.

1. Lady
2. XV
3. A Fool's Errand
4. Aparecida
5. Me Hermano LP [Drum Solo]
6. Colombe
7. C
8. Love Theme [From Spartacus]
9. Melina's Theme
10. C
11. Here's That Rainy Day
12. Love Theme [From Spartacus] [Guitar Solo]

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  • Audio CD (May 29, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B007R8UVOS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,373 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By V on July 2, 2012
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David Reinhardt has a lot to live up to. Perhaps, too much. The grandson of none other than Django Reinhardt and the son of Babik Reinhardt, David descends from not only the world's most renowned clan of Romany guitarists but the founder of a whole genre of music, Gypsy jazz. Big shoes, indeed.
David first performed on stage at just six years of age, playing alongside his father at the 1993 Django d'Or concert, Europe's jazz version of the Grammys. By 2004, he was sharing the stage with fellow Romany jazzman Biréli Lagrène's Gipsy Project concerts series in Vienna in 2004. Young, shy, and obviously nervous, David played a tentative version of the chorus of his grandfather's "Nuages," visibly relieved when Lagrène took over with a solo. It was perhaps the poorest song selection possible, as the Gypsy jazz world seems to measure players on their improvisations of the over-played anthem. And to bring the stress almost to the level of duress, David was sharing the bill with an all-star lineup including Dorado Schmitt, Stochelo Rosenberg, Tchavolo Schmitt, Angelo Debarre, Serge Krief--the list goes on.
But in the seven years since, David has become a fine guitarist, capable and confident--and with his own voice. He released his first solo album in 2004, David Reinhardt Trio, on his father's old label, RDC Records. David sounded much more sure in this intimate setting, trading solos with his cousin Noé Reinhardt (who was the more exciting player at the time) and Samy Daussat.
After intensive gigging around Paris leading a new organ trio, 22-year-old David was back in 2008 with The Way of Heart (Cristal Records). Django never played in an organ-based group, so comparisons are not possible--happily!--allowing David to forge his own way.
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