Jean‐Jacques Milteau



Jean‐Jacques Milteau

Rating
Active
1980 to 2010
Location
France
Biography
Jean-Jacques Milteau is a French harmonica player born in Paris in 1950. He falls in love with the harmonica in the sixties after listening to the records of various folk and rock artists (Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones). A trip to the US gives him an opportunity to try his luck first-hand with the blues, and he launches into a musical career at the end of the 1970s, at first as a sideman with various leading Franch pop artists including Yves Montand, Eddy Mitchell, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Maxime Le Forestier, Barbara, Charles Aznavour.

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Live, Hot'n Blue

Live, Hot'n Blue

Jean‐Jacques Milteau November 19, 2017

15 Tracks

Lead Belly's Gold

Lead Belly's Gold

Eric Bibb November 6, 2015

16 Tracks

Lead Belly's Gold (Deluxe)

Lead Belly's Gold (Deluxe)

Eric Bibb November 6, 2015

19 Tracks

Blowin' in the past

Blowin' in the past

Jean‐Jacques Milteau April 3, 2012

42 Tracks

Consideration

Consideration

Jean‐Jacques Milteau October 24, 2011

12 Tracks

American Heritage

American Heritage

Jean‐Jacques Milteau October 15, 2010

34 Tracks

Harmonicas

Harmonicas

Jean‐Jacques Milteau December 15, 2009

40 Tracks

Harmonicas: The Very Best of J.J. Milteau's Harmonica Work

Harmonicas: The Very Best of J.J. Milteau's Harmonica Work

Jean‐Jacques Milteau December 15, 2009

40 Tracks

Soul Conversation

Soul Conversation

Jean‐Jacques Milteau October 14, 2008

14 Tracks

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