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Daniel Masson (Musical artist)

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Daniel Masson
Also known asBaul Dimension, Electromana
Born (1955-06-13) June 13, 1955 (age 66)
Calais
OriginFrance
GenresElectronic, Ethnic, Deep House, Chillout
Occupation(s)composer, music producer, guitarist
Years active1976 - Present
Websitewww.danielmasson.net

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Daniel Masson (aka Baul Dimension, Electromana born 13 June 1955 in France) is a composer, musician, producer and performer.[1] Daniel Masson is best known for his musical contribution to the highly popular Buddha Bar compilations[2] and Baul Dimension. His other work Jetlag, Walila and Trajectories EP also make him popular. Daniel Masson helped to popularize ethnic deep house chill electronic music with the extraordinary wide-reaching success of the Buddha Bar compilations.[3][4][5] [6] based on Alexandre Dumas novel. For many years, he has also performed as studio producer and session guitarist for a number of artists such as Dana Dawson, Julio Iglesias and Riccardo Cocciante.[7]

Daniel Masson has also composed and produced a large number of video game soundtracks (notably POD (video game),[8] PK: Out of the Shadows[9]) for Ubisoft, Disney Interactive and many others Video Games developers.[10]

In 2011, Masson composed an original electronic score for a restored version of Georges Méliès 1904 silent film The Impossible Voyage.[11]

In March 2015 DM released the album Ten Particles. In October 2015 he released Jetlag 2015 edition. This album is DM first musical journey in a new edition. From 2011 to Present Masson has live-mixed his collections of global sounds, music, voice, and instruments into improvised upbeat dance soundscapes and performed in Europe, United States and Mexico.[12]

In the 2016 film documentary and album Walila, Masson travels to Fés Morocco to merge the ancient with the modern to create a cultural bridge between Western and Arab worlds. At the invitation of French Institute of Fès, Masson performed at Sacred Music Festival of Fès, Morocco, 2016 edition. His album Walila, a new music blending electro beats and sounds with the instruments of Moroccan Traditional Music.[13][14]

In 2018 Masson released Trajectories, a 3-volume series, inspired by his live-mix experience and featuring sounds from his expansive library.[15]
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Discography[edit]

As Daniel Masson[edit]

  • Trajectories EP Series Vol.1,2,3 (2018), (Daniel Masson)
  • Walila EP (2016), (Daniel Masson)
  • Jetlag (2015 Edition), (Daniel Masson)
  • Ten Particles (2015), (Daniel Masson)
  • A Tiny Kick in the Brain (2013), (Daniel Masson)
  • Frequencies (2011), (Daniel Masson)
  • Adventures (2009), (Daniel Masson)
  • Buddha Bar Travel Impressions (2008) (Georges V Records)
  • Trempolino EP (2008), (Daniel Masson)
  • Bingo EP (2006), (Daniel Masson)
  • Baul Dimension (2004), (Daniel Masson)

Music for films[edit]

  • The Impossible Voyage of Georges Méliès (Lobster Films, 2011)
  • Queen Margot /Patrice Chéreau, 1994
  • Mariol Daniel/Kapelian (Exnihilo), 1995
  • Tête Creuse (Mac Guff Ligne), 1986
  • BBC Documentary "Living the Dream"

References[edit]

  1. Pacific Magazine. PacificBasin Communications. 2002. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  2. "Daniel Masson". Discogs.
  3. "Daniel Masson - New Songs, Playlists & Latest News - BBC Music". BBC.
  4. "Daniel Masson". Discogs.
  5. "Encyclopédisque - Discographie : JUNGLE BOYS". www.encyclopedisque.fr.
  6. "Goran Bregovic* - Queen Margot (La Reine Margot) (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". Discogs (in français).
  7. "Daniel Masson". IMDb.
  8. "Pod Planet Of Death". soundcloud.
  9. "Daniel Masson Video Game Credits and Biography - MobyGames". MobyGames.
  10. "Daniel Masson Soundtracks for Video Games". SoundCloud.
  11. "Masson brings people together through music". koreatimes. 10 November 2011.
  12. "Daniel Masson - Jetlag". Insight & Critique.
  13. "Daniel Masson - Festival Fes 2016". Festival Fes 2016 (in français).
  14. "an evening with DANIEL MASSON at Troubadour London tickets on Yapsody". Yapsody.
  15. "Trajectories, Vol. 1 by Daniel Masson". DistroKid.
  16. http://www.penseyeview.com/content/daniel-masson. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  17. https://www.beatport.com/artist/daniel-masson/590554. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  18. https://www.allmusic.com/artist/daniel-masson-mn0000674656. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  19. https://www.deezer.com/en/artist/260206. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  20. "Daniel Masson | Break Through Artists | News". belowzerobeats.com.
  21. "Daniel Masson". Metacritic.
  22. "‎Daniel Masson on Apple Music". Apple Music.
  23. "Daniel Masson - New Songs, Playlists & Latest News - BBC Music". BBC.
  24. "Daniel Masson Concert Setlists". setlist.fm.
  25. "Daniel Masson". Spotify.

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