The Zhang Si’an Newsletter: Mandarin(e) Jazz, the album !

Hi everyone !

I just finished the mastering of my new album “Mandarin(e) Jazz”, and it’s now for sale on itunes and Amazon.

Find it on itunes at this address:


Name Artist Time Price
1 In the Beginning 一开始的时候 Zhang Si’an 3:14 $0.99 View In iTunes
2 I Don’t Know What that Thing Is (我不知道这是什么东西) Zhang Si’an 3:06 $0.99 View In iTunes
3 Love Is What ?! (爱是什么?) Zhang Si’an 4:36 $0.99 View In iTunes
4 Huan Xisha (Poem By Shu Yan, Song Dynasty) 浣溪沙 【宋】晏殊 Zhang Si’an 2:46 $0.99 View In iTunes
5 Song for a Perverted Mind (流氓之歌) Zhang Si’an 2:12 $0.99 View In iTunes
6 I’m a Fool (我是一个傻瓜) Zhang Si’an 1:30 $0.99 View In iTunes
7 Take the “A” Train (A号火车) Zhang Si’an 4:06 $0.99 View In iTunes
8 Walking In Beijing (Part 1) 北京之旅 Zhang Si’an 3:22 $0.99 View In iTunes
9 Mad Horses (Part 2) 奔放的马 Zhang Si’an 2:56 $0.99 View In iTunes
10 Summertime 夏令 Zhang Si’an 3:01 $0.99 View In iTunes
11 Is It the End (I Don’t Want to Know) 结束了吗 (我不想知道) Zhang Si’an 3:16 $0.99 View In iTunes


This album has been recorded at my home in Beijing between the month of June 2010 and December 2010.

I composed, wrote, arranged, and recorded everything myself,  except for the songs “Walking in Beijing”, “Mad Horses”, “Take the A train”,  “Summertime” and “Huan Xisha”.

Special thanks to Ubul Tursten (percussions), Guixian (Bass) and Mathieu wahiche (Guitar) who all play on the song “Walking in Beijing” recorded by “Doufu” at 2 Kolegas in July 2010.

Special thanks to Ubul Tursten who plays the percussions on “Mad horses”.

“Take the A train” was composed by Duke Ellington at the beginning of the 20th century.

“Summertime” was composed by George Gershwin at the beginning of the 20th century.

“Huan Xisha” ‘s words are from a poem By Shu Yan  (Song Dynasty).

The album mastering was done by Martin Rawlins in his studio in Beijing.

Cover by Sébastien Mahon.


Thanks for your support !

All my albums are for sale on itunes and (look for “Zhang Si’an” or “The Incredible JSB!”)

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