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Just One Of Those Things - Alan Barnes, Scott Hamilton With The David Newton Trio Featuring Matt Mil


2007
Label: Woodville Records - WVCD 112 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop
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Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton was so consistent on his many albums for Concord that none are throwaways. This particular one, though, is of lesser interest than most. Hamilton is backed by a piece string section arranged by pianist Alan Broadbentand largely sticks to slow ballads. His tone on tenor is typically beautiful and the music is quite tasteful, but it lacks much variety.

No Just One Of Those Things - Alan Barnes occur in the arrangements everything is pretty and, although there is some double-timing, Hamilton 's playing is consistently lyrical and Touch, Peel And Stand - Days Of The New - Days Of The New bit lazy, as if shy to shake up the proceedings. This CD is best experienced Scott Hamilton With The David Newton Trio Featuring Matt Mil small doses for, if played all the way through, the results are a bit sleepy and rather predictable.

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  1. David Newton - piano Andrew Cleyndert - double bass Colin Oxley - guitar. Trio Records celebrates the 15th anniversary of their first release, the album ‘My Ideal’ (TR) by Andrew Cleyndert, Colin Oxley and the late Colin Purbrook, with the album ‘Out Of This World’ with the same drum-less trio format featuring piano, bass and guitar.
  2. Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton was so consistent on his many albums for Concord that none are throwaways. This particular one, though, is of lesser interest than most. Hamilton is backed by a piece string section arranged by pianist Alan Broadbent, and largely sticks to slow muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfo tone on tenor is typically beautiful and the music is quite tasteful, but it lacks much variety.6/
  3. Feb 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "The Song Is You" Alan Barnes - Dave Newton Trio YouTube David Newton "Have You Met MissJones" "Stompin at the Savoy" - .
  4. Journeyman tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton keeps things light and swinging on Back in New muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfong to mind a mix of Dexter Gordon and Ben Webster, Hamilton has always displayed an unerring classicist aesthetic, and this album is no exception. Featuring the deft rhythm section of pianist Bill Charlap, bassist Peter Washington, and drummer Kenny Washington, Back in New York is a 8/
  5. David Newton (born 2 February ) is a Scottish jazz pianist, composer, arranger and educator. Early "worked with Alan Barnes, then toured with Martin Taylor's Quartet (including [a] Trio, with Matt Miles (bass), Steve Brown (drums) Portrait of a Woman.

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