Lyrically singing with his soprano sax, telling his story in an album dedicated to his departed father, Stephane Spira and his accomplice, pianist Giovanni Mirabassi, embark on a dreamy and introspective road trip, soaked with melancholy. Spira's father was a colorful character and antiquarian with a mad passion for music, and Spirabassi is imprinted with that character.
French-born, New York-based saxophonist Stephane Spira grew up with jazz the old-school way: in late night jams and cutting sessions. A protege of longtime pianist for Chet Baker, Michel Graillier, Spira’s jazz career has taken him from 4 A.M. basement sessions in the underbelly of Paris, through acclaimed collaborations with trumpeter Stephane Belmondo and pianist Giovanni Mirabassi, to the cutting edge of New York jazz. Spira’s fourth album as a bandleader, In Between, features more of the strikingly translucent and disarmingly catchy compositions that continue to characterize his work.
Music for the film "Tarzan. Legend." The story tells the story of John Clayton's fate after his return to the civilized world. It would seem that he has just started to get used to the turbulent life in London, but he still had to go back into the jungle. Something wrong is happening in the diamond mines in the distant Congo, to find out what the problem is necessary as soon as possible. Queen Victoria decided that the best way to cope with this task, John, pass for people in the world as the "ape-man".