02-03-2017 di redazione
Someone told us that in the sixties, to the Simbad Hotel Malindi, on Saturday night the orchestra came from Mombasa and in the large terrace overlooking the sea danced the American swing, because the owners of the hotel were built in the Moorish Americans.
Wednesday night at the Watamu Beach Paparemo proposed an evening of yesteryear on the beach, which reported in timeless atmosphere patrons of the weekly appointment buffet, giving notes and vintage elegance unusual for nightlife on the coast Kenyan, too often relegated aseptic "bumbum" in nightclubs, which has little to do with the beautiful starry, the whispers of nature and the scent of the ocean in the background.
Paparemo at the Stardust Jazz Band has wrapped perhaps that Africa a bit 'colonial but magical and engaging the audience, from the first notes of "Take the A Train" by Duke Ellington. The "big shot" of the band's saxophonist blind, but starting from the low rhythmic base and drums the five musicians, including keyboardist and singer, as well as experience to sell, propose a series of classic Blue Notes that exude elegance and relaxation from the amplifiers. Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, Louis Armstrong are evoked with grace and a touch of the exotic that makes you forget some inaccuracies or inevitable rust of a "buena vista social club" to Kenya.
A different night, special, all to enjoy.
Congratulations to the organizers.
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