DOCTOR JAZZ' S UNIVERSAL REMEDY

Headed by the two producers Doc Delavie (Giancarlo Cagliero) & Doc Marcus (Marco Cimino),  is an european collective of electronic jazz which includes a wide variety of musicians. Doctor Jazz's Universal Remedy has been wellknown on the Nu Jazz international scene since 2003 & tracks from their first CD " Release 1.0 " were included on more than 50 of the most important compilations of the lounge/chill out/nujazz genre, such as Hotel Costes 6, Earth 7, Chill Out in Paris 2, Jazz Masters.

Their debut album was intially released in 2003 by the German label Wellington & Sons. Then Kriztal Ent undertook distribution for the North American market (2004), followed by Pravzvuka for the ex-Russian territories (2005). DJUR has also collaborated with many important musical “gurus” such as LTJ Bukem (UK), Dzihan & Kamien (AU), Dj Shade (FR), Cay Taylan (AU), Sammy Majbour (GE). Sammy’s newly created German label Young Society Rec. (GE) released DJUR new album (Doctor Jazz’s Universal Remedy -Release 2.0).

The Doctors has also released music for film, television, advertising, fashion shows, art events and call centers.

It all evolves from the magical combination of several ingredients :   Doc Delavie is the DJ & record collector, with a remarkable talent for finding gorgeous samples to build new tracks with; he is also the project’s art director. Doc Marcus contributes his skills in producing and songwriting, playing keyboards and flute.

The other members of the collective are : Doc Blade (Danilo Pala), an exceptionally gifted saxophone player; Miss Loulou, who quickens the Remedy with her voice; Flavio Boltro, former trumpet player for Michel Petrucciani & a really talented jazz musician; the overwhelming, eclectic guitarist Max Carletti; young drummer Mattia Barbieri; french vocalist Pascale Charreton & new entry, from Sri Lanka, Joy with her smooth voice.

Try to immagine the wild jazz of the 50s & 60s, Morricone, the “paparazzis” riding over the Croisette beach, Miles Davis providing the music for French Nouvelle Vague films, Velosolex & Vespa scooters.

But don’t forget what came after: the electronic sounds of the 80s & 90s, Fender Rodhes electric piano and drum machines. Be it chilled jazz or a cocktail smoothie you will always find the Universal Remedy so, so refreshing !