The “rose” of Jericho is a small spherical plant which can be revived with very little water after a long period of drought, demonstrating the concept of being reborn. The symbol of perseverance and hope which it represents is both age-old and universal.
There are ten songs on the album which naturally resonate with earth, sea or sky. Each captivating song tells a story, painting a picture of emotions. Véronique Hermann Sambin is a poetry lover and it shows. Both on the album and on stage, she beautifully transmits the groove, warmth and generosity of jazz and Caribbean music.
This album is produced by Xavier Richardeau, one of the best jazz saxophonists in France. Just as he does for his own albums, he contacted outstanding musicians who immediately accepted to work with Véronique, not only on the album but also on stage. The album was recorded in April 2012 at Studio Gimmick, France, where the sound engineer Pierre Bianchi put the final touches to the stunning Ròz Jériko.