MP3 Jean Michel Daudier - Tropical Paradise
Jean Michel Daudier became famous in Haiti during the 1986 revolution. This album has a mixture of Haitian Tropical, Reggae, R&B blended with Jazz and Brazilian flavors. It has five English songs and six others wich are in Creole and French.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (49:03) !
Related styles: WORLD: Caribbean, WORLD: Creole
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Jean Michel Daudier was born in Les Cayes, Haiti. He was born into a family of musicians. He became famous in Haiti in 1986 after writing a protest song in Creole called “ Lem pa we soley la” (When I don''t see the Sunshine). The song was written for the Catholic radio station Radio Soleil, which supported the fight against the former dictator Baby Doc Duvalier in Haiti. The song was distributed clandestinely on a small tape cassette and no one knew the singer. People were arrested for singing it in the streets of Port–au–Prince after a charity https://www.tradebit.com 1997, his work was documented in the book “A Day for the Hunter, A Day for the Prey”, by Gage Averill.
Over the past twenty years, Jean Michel has expanded his musical style. He is writing songs in English and has included these lyrics to his repertoire. Living in USA since 1989, he has performed in many cities and travelled to other countries. He has been favorably reviewed in major newspapers and magazines in the US, Canada and Haiti.
In contrast to his four previous CDs and albums, "Tropical Paradise" represents a new approach to his music. This album has eleven songs with a Tropical flavor blended with Jazz, and Brazilian sounds. Most lyrics are in English, Haitian Creole and French. Some big Haitian performers participated in this project. Like: Buyu Anbroise, Andre Dejan, Edouard Mathieux, Yves Abel, Jakomo, Pokito, Claudy Clere, Harold St Louis, Roserbie Theoc, Fred Hilaire and Tony Moreno a famous Puerto Rican guitar player. This album is a well done job. We think most Caribbean and Worldbeat music lovers will enjoy it.