Cous Cous is the Second Album by Swedish Jazz Flautist Jayson Lindh.
Released by CTI Records, a Jazz Subsidiary to A&M Records that went Independent in 1970, Cous Cous was recorded in July-October 1972 in Stockholm and released the same year. This one was his most well received Album by critics. There ain't much more information about him on the internet unfortunately and i don't have much more to tell you about him. The songs are vey Jazzy and Funk influenced and the Flute work is superb. For a Jethro Tull fan like I, this Album is a must and a very interesting listen to anyone who is picking up the Flute as his instrument. I remind that this Album is fully instrumental apart from the last song which is by far the longest and the most interesting.
Best Tracks - "My Machine", "Bobo", "El Henna", "Kiki" and "Abdo". The cover is quite normal, but somehow the Photo turns out to be very inviting. Just a photo of Jayson playing his Flute and smiling.
Jayson Lindh (Cous Cous Personnel):
- Jayson Lindh - Flute.
- Jan Schaffer - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar.
- Palle Danielsson – Bass.
- Mike Watson - Bass.
- Nagi el Habashy - Cello.
- Kofi Aivor - Congas.
- Malando Gassanna - Congas.
- Bengt Berger - Drums.
- Ola Brunkert – Drums.
- Bobo Stenson - Electric Piano.
- Kenny Håkansson - Guitar.
- Abd el Rahman el Khatib – Lute.
- Bahi Barakat - Tabla.
- Jan Bandel – Tabla.
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