« … Job FULUP plays Irish, Scottish and Breton pieces in a easy, flowing style. He also plays several compositions, some of which follow traditional forms, other of which are improvisational in nature. And oh… he does sing several songs in a pleasant, warm, low key voice … »
LE MONDE DE LA MUSIQUE (CD « Harpeur » classé 4 étoiles)
« … Ses gavottes, ses jigs et ses adaptations d'airs conçus pour la cornemuse ou le violon sont de toute beauté … »
The elves of the forest of Broceliande in Django REINHARDT's caravan. The FULUPS have taken the short cut which goes from « hot jazz » to Celtic melodies and from gavottes to gypsy rhythms. The harpist Job FULUP is a pure, authentic" bard," born in SPEZET, Finistère. A solo record « Harpeur » gave him a well-earned success. He makes traditional airs, gavottes and reels re-live with a bounding scintillating limpidity on the bronze strings of his Celtic Harp. This time, the elder of the trio invites the two youngsters of swing, Edern the guitarist, and Tanguy, the bassist, to create a new style . When the first surprise has been gone over, this music flows naturally. The swing unchains harp so these airs, almost seeming as if possessed by some force, are well suited for night feasts, a common tradition coming from Gypsies and Bretons.