Primary Instrument: Drums
Homage is the exciting new release by the extremely talented Sam Anning, Allan Browne and Marc Hannaford.
The Trio perform versions of works by Jazz luminaries such as Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton and Thelonious Monk alongside original contemporary pieces
Initially drawn together by their respect for early Jazz composers, the Trio developed this collaboration over two years at Bennett’s Lane and further at the 2008 Wangaratta Jazz Festival.
Sam Anning, Bell Award Winner and MCA Freedman Fellowship Finalist on bass Allan Browne, The Don Banks Music Award and Bell Award Winner on drums Marc Hannaford, Wangaratta piano competition Finalist, the MCA Freedman Fellowship Award Finalist and Bell nominee on piano...
Awards:2010 Australian Jazz Award Nominee for: Best Classic Jazz Album Best Ensemble of the Year
“Every track here holds the listener’s attention. The standout: their take on Armstrong’s Hotter Than That. Everything old is new again.” ☆☆☆☆ Leon Gettler, The Age, Green Guide
“Browne is steeped in playing the music of Ellington, Armstrong and Morton in the 1920s style; Hannaford is one of the most forward thinking Australian jazz musicians and Annings warmth ensures the results never seem like a musicological exercise. Exceptional trio.” John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald
“Every minute of this record jumps for joy, it must be said. At no point does it feel like players soloing on a set of classic changes. Consider the honour of the jazz standard suitably upheld.” Review in Readings Magazine
“Homage is so impressive that I would be very surprised if it wasn’t nominated for a 2009 ARIA Award.” Viktor Zappner, The Advocate
Tracks: Black And Tan Fantasy; King Porter Stomp; In My Solitude; Duke Looking Up; Let's Cool One; Hotter Than That; Prelude To A Kiss; Nicholas, Nicholas.
Personnel: Sam Anning: Bass. Allan Browne: Drums. Marc Hannaford: Piano
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