Live in Jianghu (江湖酒吧演唱会) (2010)

by Zhang Si'an (Djang San 张思安)

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Album recorded in one of the most important venues for folk music in Beijing "Jianghu".

With the help of Adam Kielman and Mathieu Wahiche, as well as the people from Jianghu, i was able to make this recording happen.

That concert was one of the first where i played a jazz song on Zhongruan, a Chinese classical instrument.

"Why are the flowers so red" is a folk song from Xinjiang that i learnt in mandarin Chinese.

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released April 1, 2010

Special thanks to Adam Kielman, Mathieu Wahiche, Jianghu bar, Tian Xiao, and to the audience that came to the show.

Album name « Live at Jianghu» or « Live in Jianghu »
Artist: Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)
On folk guitar and Zhongruan: Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)
On Electric guitar: Mathieu Wahiche

This album has been recorded live in Beijing in February 2010 in a bar called « Jianghu » by Adam Kielman.

All Vocals and folk guitar by Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)
Electric guitar by Mathieu Wahiche.

All words written by Zhang Si'an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) except part of « Tianjing Sha Qiu Si », part of the words are by Ma Zhi Yuan, a Chinese poet from ancient times. « Why are the flowers so red », words written by an unknown person (old folk song from Xinjiang). Also, words of « Take the A train » by Joya Sherrill


All music written by Zhang Sian (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain), electric solo guitar parts by Mathieu Wahiche. Except “Take the A train”, composed by Duke Ellington at the beginning of the 20th century, « Why are the flowers so red », written by an unknown person (old folk song from Xinjiang).


All songs arranged by Zhang Si'an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain). All solo guitar parts by Mathieu Wahiche.

All songs Mixed in Beijing, China by Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) at his home studio in February 2010.

Cover by Zhang Si'an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain).

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Zhang Si'an (Djang San 张思安) 北京市, China

14 years of music in China. More than 30 albums released, China Battle of the Band winner, Pipa and Zhongruan re-inventor, guitar hero, poet, philosopher.

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