Saturday, July 30, 2016

Atticus Reynolds Quartet - Live at the Sharp Nine (2016)

A live quartet recording paying homage to the great recordings that lack harmonic instruments such as Lee Konitz' Motion and Sonny Rollins' "Way Out West". Live at the Sharp Nine Gallery in Durham, North Carolina.

Released June 18, 2016

1. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To 11:19
2. Old Folks 08:13
3. Solitude 05:55
4. All of You 11:14
5. 52nd St. Theme 12:44

Aaron Hill, tenor sax 
Alan Thompson, soprano sax 
Butler Knowles, bass 
Atticus Reynolds, drums


Geoff Gascoyne Trio - That Sunday (2016)

Geoff has been a professional musician for over 30 years. He has worked with such diverse artists as Michel Legrand, Everything But the Girl, Van Morrison, Georgie Fame, Sir Willard White, US3, Sting, Charlie Watts, Benny Golson, 

Bill Bruford, Jacqui Dankworth, Bob Dorough, Mari Wilson, Eddie Izzard, The Mingus Big Band, Peter King Quartet, John Martyn, Dianne Reeves, Guy Barker, Claire Martin, Eartha Kitt and he played a major part in the rise of Jamie Cullum with whom he worked exclusively from 2000 to 2007.

Geoff has appeared on over 100 recordings and has toured the world many times. He has performed in a West End stage show ‘Lenny’ directed by Sir Peter Hall and featured in a Hollywood Movie, ‘The Talented Mr Ripley’ directed by Anthony Mingella. He has recorded 10 CDs as a band leader and has arranged and composed music for countless others.

In the last 10 years Geoff has turned his attention to music production work. As well as producing albums for Jacqui Dankworth, Jamie Cullum, Josh Kyle and San2 and his Soul Patrol he has composed music for a series of Library recordings for the legendary KPM label.Geoff is also the producer of the highly regarded series of 'Sessionband' applications for iPhone and iPad. Currently there are 8 of Geoff’s apps available in the iTunes store, Jazz Vol. 1,2 & 3, Blues, Rock, Country, Drums & Ukulele.

He is Professor of jazz bass at the Guildhall School of Music and is head of bass department at London School of Contemporary Music. (LCCM)

Geoff is married to Australian jazz singer Trudy Kerr, has 4 children, 2 dogs and lives in Kent.

1. a beautiful friendship 05:31
2. all the things you are 03:51
3. blue daniel 04:27
4. con alma 07:15
5. dream 07:16
6. if i should lose you 05:32
7. pennies from heaven 06:00
8. slow hot wind 07:42
9. that sunday, that summer 06:04
10. what the world needs now 06:20

geoff gascoyne - acoustic bass 
tom cawley - piano 
sebastiaan de krom - drums