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Live at Ronnie Scott's

Live at Ronnie Scott's by Bill Laurance buy album

Bill Laurance

Label: Flint Music
Released: 2020
Duration: 01:25:00
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Track Listing

Chia; Swag Times; The Pines; The Good Things; Golden Hour; Red Sand; Madeleine; Never-Ending City; The Real One

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Laurance: Piano; Jonathan Harvey: upright bass/electric bass; Marijus Aleksa: drums

Album Description

Recorded live at the world-renowned Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club during the 2018 International Piano Trio Festival, Bill Laurance Trio’s new album strikes a delicate balance between honouring a longstanding tradition, and outlining a creative vision for its development. On the one hand, the London-based pianist and composer’s reverence for the live trio recordings of Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal, and Bill Evans informed both the nature of his and his bandmates’ performance, not to mention their approach to the treatment and mix of the resultant material. On the other, each musician’s versatility, breadth of musical influences, and penchant for music technology, steers this nine-track collection away from the styles of the aforementioned innovators, toward a sound less constant, more cinematic and with greater textural scope.


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