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Third album from the French multi-instrumentalist, DJ, composer and TV presenter David Walters, sees him team up with studio wizard Patchworks (aka Mr President, Voilàà Sound System, Da Break).

Walters named the album Soleil Kréyol (Creole Soul) as it combines influences from the Caribbean, Africa and classic 70s soul. Special guests include Nigerian saxophonist / singer Seun Kuti (the son of Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti), French-Lebanese jazz trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf and French cellist and bassist Vincent Ségal.

David Walters Soleil Kréyol

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