The ten singer swingers of Charlatan Transfer with perfect equality between men and women settled, accompanied by a pianist and a bass player, who, if they don't play very often, always do it with majesty. They totally conquered the audience with a very smooth and delicate "Smile
" of Chaplin, or the very nice and very jazz "It don't mean a thing
" of Duke Ellington. The nice jazz lesson continued with a lively scat "All the things you are
" and reached the sublime with an ethereal grace at the end of "Tea for two
", during which the voices, smoothly faded, little by little, as the flame of a candle.
Le Dauphiné Libéré (Vaucluse Matin), saturday 14 August 1999