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In April, I did a session of covers with my good friend and talented singer/producer Neeta Sarl (of Polaroid 85)and drummer/percussionist Steve Barnegren. This is the first track we are releasing. It’s a cover of a tune by the up-and-coming … Continue reading
Good day to you all. Aren’t we having delightful English weather? But hey, where would England be without green and pleasant lands? With my exodus of the country looming for the remaining summer, I leave you with the first of … Continue reading
Yes, I know it’s not June. I was in the studio today with my good friend Clem Rooney recording some electronic jazz covers (coming soon). I had the great privilege of playing on a Violectra (seen below) for the session, … Continue reading
Here’s a classic from one of the most influential figures in the entire history of jazz. ‘In a Sentimental Mood’ by Duke Ellington.
I don’t know if I’m old enough yet to be considered old-fashioned, but here’s the fourth video from the December sessions with The Garnish Trio.
Hi folks. Here’s the third video from the Garnish Trio recording session in December 2011 (recorded by Jack Sugden). It’s ‘The Saga of Harrison Crabfeathers’ by Steve Kuhn, chosen only partly for its amazing name…
May I present to you the first in a series of filmed recordings of my jazz trio (‘Garnish Trio‘) from December 2011, made at Surrey University. Featuring John Garner on violin, Clement Rooney on piano and James Kenny on double … Continue reading
I’ve just got back from a gruelling five-hour recording session at Surrey University, engineered by my good friend, and excellent engineer, Jack Sugden. Coming to the internet near you: Bach’s B-minor Partita & a few other miscellaneous violin-ish noises. Watch … Continue reading