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Latest Album :"In a Latin Mood"

As years go by, Manu Le Prince stands out today as one of the most beautiful voices of latin jazz in France. A singer known for her warm and sensuous vocal timbre, she is also an accomplished lyric writer and composer, so adding to her interpretations of standard jazz songs a very personal touch giving them a new dimension. Born in Paris with anglo-argentinian origins and brazilian by heart, Manu has been living between Paris and Rio during the latest 25 years, mixing intimately the Jazz music that rocked her childhood with brazilian music and etnic rythms. Manu has been so following a path to success that started with her performances with Christian Vander's mythical french jazz band MAGMA, until more recently, through her collaboration  with renowned brazilian peformers such as the trombonist Raul de SOUZA or Hermeto Pascoal.

Manu Le Prince has recorded several albums. After two tributes, one to Cole "Tribute to Cole Porter"  and the other one to Johnny Alf, - founder of the bossa nova- "BossaJazz for Ever"(4 stars on on the french review Jazzman), Manu comes back to creation, such as in "Madrugada" (where she collaborated with Hermeto Pascoal or Robertinho Silva).

In her latest album "In a Latin Mood"  https://fanlink.to/b9Vy, in collaboration with the great argentinian percussionist and arranger Minino Garay, and also a very fine team of some of the best musicians in Paris, she wrote lyrics on musics of some of the finest  modern french jazz composers as the pianists Baptiste Trotignon, Gregory Privat Giovanni Mirabassi and her son Julian Le Prince Caetano, or the accordeonist Marc Berthoumieux adding also a music from the great Kenny Barron . 

Amongst many shows in Europe and Brazil, Manu presented  her album at the New Morning - PARIS  & TSF Jazz live (october), on Jazz Radio - LYON (december) , at theBlue Note - RIO DE JANEIRO.

As years go by, Manu Le Prince stands out today as one of the most beautiful voices of latin jazz in France. A singer known for her warm and sensuous vocal timbre, she is also an accomplished lyric writer and composer, so adding to her interpretations of standard jazz songs a very personal touch giving them a new dimension. Born in Paris with anglo-argentinian origins and brazilian by heart, Manu has been living between Paris and Rio during the latest 25 years, mixing intimately the Jazz music that rocked her childhood with brazilian music and etnic rythms. Manu has been so following a path to success that started with her performances with Christian Vander's mythical french jazz band MAGMA, until more recently, through her collaboration  with renowned brazilian peformers such as the trombonist Raul de SOUZA or Hermeto Pascoal.

Manu Le Prince has recorded several albums. After two tributes, one to Cole "TRIBUTE TO COLE PORTER"  and the other one to Johnny Alf, - founder of the bossa nova- "BOSSAJAZZ FOR EVER"(4 stars on on the french review Jazzman), Manu comes back to creation, such as in "MADRUGADA" (where she collaborated with Hermeto Pascoal or Robertinho Silva).

In her latest album "In a Latin Moodhttps://fanlink.to/b9Vy, in collaboration with the great argentinian percussionist and arranger Minino Garay, and also a very fine team of some of the best musicians in Paris, she wrote lyrics on musics of some of the finest  modern french jazz composers as the pianists Baptiste Trotignon, Gregory Privat Giovanni Mirabassi and her son Julian Le Prince Caetano, or the accordeonist Marc Berthoumieux adding also a music from the great Kenny Barron . 

Amongst many shows in Europe and Brazil, Manu presented  her album at the NEW MORNING - PARIS  & TSF Jazz live, on JAZZ RADIO Docks 40 - LYON, at the BLUE NOTE- RIO DE JANEIRO (august 2018).

The album "In a Latin Mood " entered at the "Académie du Jazz" and and has had a very good press.

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