Reinier Voet and Pigalle44, 2008
Pigalle CD 244
The fourth CD of Reinier Voet & Pigalle44: “Mistral”. Reinier plays both acoustic as well as amplified guitar. Featured are Rob Stoop on the accordion and Olaf Hoeks on tenorsax. A very special “Parisian/French Jazz/Manouche’ repertoire. All the possible line-ups are used: duo, trio, quartets and even quintet.
Dream Dancing – George Washingmachine with Reinier Voet and Pigalle44
2008 Pigalle CD 344
The latest CD is a wonderful team effort of George and Pigalle44. George gives a personal swing to the already swinging combination of Pigalle44. It demonstrates the contemporary and the nostalgic in the same breath. Original Jazz standards are the medium for George’s violin and voice, and Reinier’s melodies. Indulge in the bluest kind of blues with the English version of ‘Nuages’…
‘Bric a Brac’
Reinier Voet and Pigalle44, 2002
This is our second cd. Again Simon on the doublebass. Accordionplayer Gert Wantenaar plays as a guest on five tunes. Both with Simon and with Gert I play duet (I am happy with, by the way).
Our Gypsy Rapsody
Reinier Voet and Pigalle44, 2000
Pigalle CD 044
The first cd I produced with Jan Brouwer. Four tracks with violinist and singer George Washingmachine. Our bassplayer is Simon Planting. Also some guitar duo tunes. Recorded at home with my Roland ‘portastudio’ (as also the next two cd’s of Pigalle44).
‘Jazz Manouche Volume 4′
Reinier with Pigalle44 with 1 tune: New York City
On this Jazz Manouche compilation the rarely played tune “New York City” from the album “Mistral” is chosen by San Severino. Something to be proud of because I re-arranged the tune together with tenorsax player Olaf Hoeks, having added a ‘special chorus’ to it and some modulations.
Jelle van Togeren Group
Reinier plays on two tracks: ‘Four Brothers’ and ‘Minor Steps’. On some tracks Robin Nolan is featured soloist. The basic trio on this CD is Jelle van Tongeren on violin, Frank Meester on rhythm guitar and Arnoud van den Berg on double bass.
‘Djangofestival Vol. 4′
1 track of Reinier with Pigalle44, 2006
Hot Club Records CD 119
An honour to have one of my own compositions on this compilation: Swing for Bop
‘Swing 4 Bop‘
Reinier Voet and Pigalle44, 2004
Hot Club Records
The third cd! This is almost a ‘quartet-cd’. Accordionplayer Gert Wantenaar plays on ten tunes. Some trio tunes and a succesful (for me anyway…) multitrack recording with myself and the support of Nick McGuire on the bass.
Reinier Voet and Pigalle44 - ‘The best of gypsy jazz from Holland’
2004, Djaz Records DJ 557-2
About in the same period of the release of Swing for Bop this one was released by Patrick Saussois’ DJAZRECORDS in Paris, France. It is a ‘best of…’ compilation of the first two cd’s with four bonus tracks, amongst them a new Valse pour Hans’che in trio line up.
‘Als we maar gezond zijn‘
20 jaar Vieze Gasten
with Dick van der Harst, 1991
A compilation of Belgium artists. On two tracks I play with the group of Dick van der Harst and singer Nanette Currie ‘Piceni’. They were recorded in Gent, Belgium.
‘Wat Vroeger was is nu voorbij’
Muziek Lod with Dick van der Harst, 1994
Kind of ‘modern-classical-world music’-coloured pieces composed by Dick (with a variety of instruments) that are used for music-theatre spectacles (HetMuziekLOD) I used to play in and toured through Belgium with. Amongst them the musicians Tcha Limberger and the late Lysander le Coultre on cello
‘Klezmer in Swing (vol. 1)’
with Marcel Salomon, 1999
Absolute fun to record this jazzy swing klezmer cd. Very good fellow musicians, amongst them bandoneon player Dick van der Harst and also Adrie Braat, the fixed bassplayer of the Dutch Swing College Band. Good tunes, traditionals as well as compositions of Marcel Salomon, the
great klezmer clarinettist.
‘Klezmer in Swing (vol. 2)‘
with Marcel Salomon, 1999
Same fun as the first one! One of the most tasteful pianists Joop van Deuren replaced the bandoneon.
‘Portrait of Jimmy’
with Jimmy Rosenberg, 1999
Hot Club Records HCRCD125
The first four tracks I play the rhythm guitar. They were recorded at violist Hady Mouallem’s studio with Simon Planting on the bass. This was the current group of Jimmy at that time. We did a lot of theatres in Holland and a tour in England.
with Fapy Lafertin Quintette, 2000
String Jazz Recordings SJRCD1010
I play the rhythm guitar together with my oldest collegue in gypsyjazz-land Henk de Geus. On bass again Simon Planting and Tim Kliphuis plays the violin.
Fapy Lafertin Quintette, 2001
Timeless Records CD SJP 457
Jan Brouwer replaces Henk de Geus on rhythm guitar. Also some nice Brazilian ‘choros’ are recorded with Fapy on the ‘guitarra portuguesa’. When you listen well you hear me playing some backing / second voice guitarlines.
‘Ludo Luda fools fancy‘
with Csokolom, 2001
Arhoolie Productions CD498
I play on two tracks with this Balkan orientated gypsy group.
‘Django Festival Volume 2′
Gypsy Jazz Today
Hot Club Records
I play on this anthology a duet with Hady Mouallem: ‘I can’t give you…’ and one tune with the Cravat Quartet: ‘Yesterdays’.
‘Django Festival Vol.3‘
One track of Pigalle44, 2004
The opening track on this compilation is the title song Bric a Brac from our second cd. What an honour!
‘Fine and Dandy‘
with Fapy Lafertin Quintet and Tim Kliphouse, 2003
Iris Music 3001 865
Same line up as above. Only swingtunes this time except for ‘Tango for Django’ and a musette waltz. The cd was released at the French label Iris Music.