Chilly Gonzales

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Jason Charles Beck, professionally known as Chilly Gonzales (born 20 March 1972), is a Grammy-winning Canadian musician.wikipedia
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Christophe Beck

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He is the younger brother of the prolific film composer Christophe Beck.
He is a brother of the noted pianist Chilly Gonzales.

Mocky

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In the 1990s, he embarked on a pop career as the leader of the alternative rock band Son, with Dominic Salole and Dave Szigeti.
As a producer and songwriter he has worked with artists as diverse as Jamie Lidell, Feist, Kelela, Matt Corby, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Vulfpeck, Joey Dosik, Moses Sumney, Selah Sue, Nikka Costa, GZA, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Chilly Gonzales, Peaches and more.

Peaches (musician)

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In the meantime, Gonzales continued to develop as a producer and songwriter for other artists, collaborating on singles and albums with Peaches, singer Jane Birkin and indie rocker Leslie Feist. The workshop included coaching sessions with Gonzo, followed by masterclasses from Gonzales' friends and collaborators including Peaches, Socalled, Fred Wesley and Jarvis Cocker.
In 1995, she started the Shit, a noisy four-piece combo with Chilly Gonzales (a.k.a. Jason Beck), bassist Sticky (later of Weeping Tile and Music Maul), and Dominique Salole (a.k.a. Mocky).

Random Access Memories

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Gonzales played in the songs "Give Life Back to Music" and "Within" on Daft Punk's fourth studio album, Random Access Memories, which won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
The album features collaborations with Giorgio Moroder, Panda Bear, Julian Casablancas, Todd Edwards, DJ Falcon, Chilly Gonzales, Nile Rodgers, Paul Williams, Nathan East, and Pharrell Williams.

Give Life Back to Music

Gonzales played in the songs "Give Life Back to Music" and "Within" on Daft Punk's fourth studio album, Random Access Memories, which won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
"Give Life Back to Music" also includes guitar work by Nile Rodgers and Paul Jackson, Jr., drums by John "J.R." Robinson and keyboards by Chilly Gonzales.

Solo Piano II

In June 2013, his studio album Solo Piano II was longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize.
Solo Piano II is an album by Chilly Gonzales which was released on August 27, 2012.

From Time

Gonzales collaborated with Jhené Aiko on the track "From Time" from Drake's third album Nothing Was the Same.
The song was written by Drake and its producers Chilly Gonzales and Noah "40" Shebib, while American singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko provided additional vocals and writing.

Crescent School (Toronto)

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Beck graduated from Crescent School in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Puppetmastaz

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Apart from his solo career, Gonzales is also a member of the Berlin-based hip-hop band Puppetmastaz.
Puppetmastaz is a German hip hop group founded in Berlin with members from Germany, United States and Canada, like Max Turner, Chilly Gonzales, Paul PM (aka Mister Maloke), Mocky and Alex Tiller, who left the band in 2003.

The Reminder

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Gonzales returned as a contributor on Feist's 2007 album, The Reminder, which was nominated for 4 Grammy Awards and won five Juno Awards.

Boys Noize

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Gonzalas' album Ivory Tower (produced by Boyz Noise) appeared on the !Earshot National Top 50 Chart in 2010.
Chilly Gonzales' "Ivory Tower" is his first fully produced and co-written album, released in August 2010.

Nothing Was the Same

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Gonzales collaborated with Jhené Aiko on the track "From Time" from Drake's third album Nothing Was the Same.
Complex also reported that he had worked with producers, during the recording process, including Hit-Boy, Just Blaze, Chilly Gonzales, Mike Will Made It, Zaytoven, Bink, Detail, James Blake, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland.

The Restaurant (British TV series)

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It was used in a 2007 BBC promotional trailer for their new TV programme The Restaurant.
"Let's Groove Again" by Gonzales was used as the music for the programme's promotional trailer.

Jarvis Cocker

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On 17 March 2017 Gonzales released Room 29, a collaboration with Jarvis Cocker. The workshop included coaching sessions with Gonzo, followed by masterclasses from Gonzales' friends and collaborators including Peaches, Socalled, Fred Wesley and Jarvis Cocker.
In March 2017, he released Room 29, a collaboration with musician Chilly Gonzales.

Let It Die (album)

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The output of the latter collaboration — Feist's 2003 album, Let It Die, became a bestseller, won critical acclaim and industry awards.

Ivory Tower (2010 film)

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The film was co-written by Canadian pianist and rapper Gonzales and French director and screenwriter Céline Sciamma.

Socalled

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The workshop included coaching sessions with Gonzo, followed by masterclasses from Gonzales' friends and collaborators including Peaches, Socalled, Fred Wesley and Jarvis Cocker.
He has played with clarinetist David Krakauer's Klezmer Madness!, and has also worked with artists such as rappers C-Rayz Walz, Chilly Gonzales, funk trombonist Fred Wesley, and Sophie Solomon.

Tiga (musician)

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He has also co-produced music with Soulwax, James Murphy, Chilly Gonzales, Jesper Dahlbäck, and Matthew Dear, who he worked with on "Plush".

Grammy Award for Album of the Year

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Gonzales played in the songs "Give Life Back to Music" and "Within" on Daft Punk's fourth studio album, Random Access Memories, which won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

Daft Punk

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Gonzales played in the songs "Give Life Back to Music" and "Within" on Daft Punk's fourth studio album, Random Access Memories, which won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
Their robotic costumes also make an appearance in the "Masterclass" section on Chilly Gonzales' 2006 DVD release From Major to Minor.

So Far Gone (mixtape)

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They began linking up after Gonzales learned that Drake had used the entirety of Gonzales's song "The Tourist" as "Outro" on So Far Gone.

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Among them, the duets between artists with a traditional west African musical background and artists more familiar with western traditions (Chamber Music by Ballaké Sissoko and Vincent Segal), but also albums by singer-songwriters (Chocolate Genius, Inc., Mélissa Laveaux or Solo Piano by Chilly Gonzales to name a few).

Feist (singer)

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In the meantime, Gonzales continued to develop as a producer and songwriter for other artists, collaborating on singles and albums with Peaches, singer Jane Birkin and indie rocker Leslie Feist.
Later, Feist covered this song with Gonzales (whom she met while touring with Peaches) on her album Open Season.

Kitty-Yo

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His four albums on the German label Kitty-yo (Gonzales Über Alles (1999), The Entertainist (2000), Presidential Suite (2002), Z (2003)) were largely built around rap, though his skills as a keyboardist were demonstrated on a series of interspersed instrumental tracks.

Canadians

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Jason Charles Beck, professionally known as Chilly Gonzales (born 20 March 1972), is a Grammy-winning Canadian musician.