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Jean-Paul Bourelly
Blues-Rock,Fusion,Guitar Virtuoso,Hard Rock,Guitar Jazz,Jazz Instrument
Baby Monster Studios, Manhattan, NY
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Trippin' by Jean-Paul Bourelly, released 01 January 1992 1. Trippin' 2. Funky Senator 3. Garden of Love 4. Love Crime 5. Supernatural 6. Stranger 7. Wild & Lonely 8. Diamod Ring 9. Sing the Melody 10. What Do You Really Stand For? 11. Sanctuary The basic track on Bourelly's Trippin' were self produced, recorded during several red eye sessions in 1987. Later tracks were added when Enemy records producer Michael Knuth got involved and got his young trio in the studio again to fill out rest of the CD which included the bright young drummer Rodney Holmes. This was Jean-Paul's second cd as a leader with standout tunes like.

Steve Coleman and Five Elements. Jean-Paul Bourelly & The Bluwave Bandits. More similar artists.

Jean-Paul Bourelly ‎– Trippin'. Label: Enemy Records ‎– EMY 127-4. Format: Cassette, Album. Guitar – Jean-Paul Bourelly. Keyboards – Carl Bourelly (tracks: B3). Organ – Mark Battson (tracks: B6). Producer – Jean-Paul Bourelly. Vocals – Jean-Paul Bourelly. Written By – Jean-Paul Bourelly.

Bourelly is a manic skronk guitarist in the vein of Sonny Sharrock and James Blood Ulmer; on Trippin', he juggles jazz and fusion instrumentals with more rock-oriented material sung in a Jimi Hendrix-styled voice.

Jean-Paul Etienne Bourelly (born November 23, 1960) is an American guitarist whose music crosses the boundaries of jazz fusion and rock. Bourelly was born in Chicago, Illinois, to parents from Haiti. His grandmother taught him Yoruba music. When he was ten years old, he sang at the Lyric Opera. He took lessons on piano and drums. He played acoustic guitar, but after hearing Jimi Hendrix on the radio, he bought an electric guitar with money he had saved from working at his uncle's gas station.

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Blues-rock/fusion guitarist Jean-Paul Bourelly was born on November 23, 1960, in Chicago, IL, to parents who were first-generation Haitians. Early on, Bourelly learned about Yoruba music from his grandmother, sang Rossini at the Lyric Opera House at ten years of age, and took both piano and drum le. .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Trippin' Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 6:47
2 Funky Senator Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 4:01
3 Garden of Love Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 5:19
4 Love Crime Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 6:24
5 Supernatual Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 5:05
6 Stranger Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 5:40
7 Wild & Lonely Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 4:35
8 Diamond Ring Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 4:30
9 Sing the Melody Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 4:31
10 What Do You Really Stand For Jean-Paul Bourelly Jean-Paul Bourelly 5:00
11 Sanctuary Mark Batson Jean-Paul Bourelly 3:17


Mark Batson - Composer, Organ
Carl Bourelly - Keyboards
Jean-Paul Bourelly - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Tom Brick - Mastering
Freddie Cash - Bass
Dmitri - Assistant Engineer
Kevin Bruce Harris - Bass
Rodney Holmes - Drums
Lou Holtzman - Engineer
Michael Knuth - Executive Producer
Tony Lewis - Drums
Julian McBrowne - Engineer
Jim Romanoff - Cover Design
Lincoln Turner - Photography
Reggie Washington - Bass, Vocals (Background)
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Jean-Paul Bourelly's Trippin' melds the true roots of rock-n-roll which is an amplified wilder version of rhythm-and-blues with a heavy emphasis on the blues. And funk. The Funk is all up in this joint. The Chicago blues provides the foundation for a highly adventurous set that is informed by strains of psychedelia. Bourelly goes all in his mastery of the electric guitar and soulful vocals. He is nastily supported by Reggie Washington's sub-atomic bass and in-the-pocket drum bashing of Rodney Holmes and Kevin K-Dogg House that would make Lenny White and Alphonse Mouzon proud. Highly recommended set from an artist whose talent is huge. There isn't a weak cut on this production that is full of jagged edges and knotty turns. Highlights include the title cut, "Funky Senator", "Garden of Love", "Supernatural", and "Sing The Melody." As great as those songs are "Love Crimes" and "Stranger" are on some other shit. Get this joint. You won't be sorry.