Photo: The Wynton Marsalis Septet plays at Marciac 2007

Posted on August 8th, 2007 in Concerts, Photo, Septet, Special report | Tags: concerts, photo, septet, special report

Yesterday night, the Wynton Marsalis Septet, played in Marciac for the 30th Anniversary concert. Wynton paid a tribute to Marciac introducing the concert with these words: “No France…no New Orleans, no Jazz”.
Then the band played tracks from Wynton’s album entitled The Marciac Suite: Loose Duck, Jean-Louis is Everywhere, Guy Lafitte, Marciac Fun, Marciac Moon, Mademoiselle de Gascony, Armagnac dreams, B is for Boussaget, For my Kids at College of Marciac, Sunflowers.
As encore they played: Ain’ No, What have I done (from the album: Unforgivable Blackness), and Just friends. Following you can enjoy some pictures from the soundcheck, yesterday afternoon at 4pm.

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis during the soundcheck with his Septet for the concert in Marciac 2007