“Moon and Sand”, the second record release of the young label Tosky Records. An Italian-French delicate and passionate project with perfectly balanced sonorities evoking dreamy atmosphere, “moony” precisely. Michel Rosciglione, an excellent double bass player, presents a variegated repertoire of nine tracks, masterly chosen to pay homage to the greatest jazz tradition (Kenny Kirkland, John Coltrane, Billy Strayhorn…). The interaction and mutual listening desire dominate. He is accompanied in this adventure by the drummer Remi Vignolo author of the last track “Hollygram”, which elegantly controls its rhytmic strenght in favour of a melodic harmony and the soft but firm touch of the pianist Vincent Bourgeyx author of the track “Shoes Now” and the ‘burning’ arrangement of “Giant Steps”. Different colours with two exceptional guests in two tracks (Shade of the Cedar Tree e Johnny Come Lately) with the excellent musicians David Sauzay playing tenor sax and Renaud Gensane playing the trumpet. A disc where cohesion and tuning rule and where sometimes everything seems romantically suspended in a moony, rough, magic, landscape.