Marcel Azzola  

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Marcel Azzola (10 July 1927 – 21 January 2019) was a French accordionist.

He performed with Stan Getz and Jacques Brel, among others. The famous line "Chauffe, Marcel!" ("Heat up, Marcel") in Brel's song "Vesoul" refers to Azzola, who played the accordion during the recording.

Discography

  • Gipsy Waltz (EmArcy, 1989)
  • L' Accordeoniste: Homage to Piaf (Polygram, 1995)
  • Et Ca Tournait: Anthologie du Musette (Sony, 2000)
  • Jazzola (Black & Blue, 2002)
  • Le Meilleurs (Disky, 2002)
  • 3 Temps Pour Bien Faire (Le Chant du Monde, 2005)
  • Adios Muchachos (Intense, 2006)
  • Les Grands Standards, Vol. 1 (Universal, 2006)
  • Les Grands Standards, Vol. 2 (Universal, 2006)
  • Musique a La Mode (Universal, 2007)
  • Vignola Reunion Trio (Nel Jazz, 1999)
  • Accordeon Seduction (Wagram, 2010)
  • La Cumparsita (Sound and Vision, 2012)
  • Les Archives de l'Accordéon (Marianne Melodie/Multiwaves, 2010)
  • Vive le Musette (Parlophone, 2013)

With Stan Getz





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