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The story of Samarabalouf begins in November 1997 at Amiens. That year the theme of the international film festival focused on gipsies, the people of the road. François, who had just recently moved to Amiens, had in his knapsack a few pieces written in the gipsy swing and 40s musette styles and was invited to play them for the festival. In a few months, new compositions had been written and worked on at home with his wife Isabelle on the… read more

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  • Russia comes up so friendly for such kind of music)
  • вы очень охуенные. большое спасибо. ваша музыка,(энергия, драйв) очень доставляет.. еще раз спасибо! )
  • Yeah, why not come to Russia make a good present for all us music- lovers?)))
  • Man! It's music par excellance. They have showed how the strings should be played. Greetz from a fan from Serbia! Hope to see them here one day, not because of me, but all the people that are missing to know about this music...
  • Hi there! Great band :) why don't Samarabalouf visit far Saint-Petersbur (Russia). We do like jazz here ;)
  • Hi there, if you like this kind of music you probably should check out our album JOHANN: http://www.last.fm/music/DUO+MOSÏK/JOHANN.
  • une virtuosité et une chaleur incroyables, les voir sur scène est un instant de partage privilégié !
  • small but great ;)
  • It's a very small french band, my Bass teacher plays in it :) however u might be able to find it on fnac.com
  • Try www.google.com

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