7 deadly sins by Louise Gibbs & The deadly 7 [CD]

Gibbs, Louise, Kofi, Tony, Collins, Quentin, Leak, Samuel, Hayhurst, Oli, Whitehead, Tim, Gardner, Sam ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2291-8803 and White, Tom (2014) 7 deadly sins by Louise Gibbs & The deadly 7 [CD]. [Audio]

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Abstract

Wth Tony Kofi (alto/baritone saxes), Tim Whitehead (tenor sax/bass clarinet), Quentin Collins (trumpet/flugelhorn), Tom White (trombone), Sam Leak (piano), Oli Hayhurst (double bass), Sam Gardner (drums)

Original text and music by Louise Gibbs

Audio-CD released by 33Jazz, January 2014.

Item Type: Audio
Additional Information: Reviews:
“Superlatives are superfluous! Quite simply – buy it! Although it doesn’t sound like Ellington there’s an Ellington-ish quality to this music in that each participant makes an almost orchestral contribution to the integrity of each piece. This is not a voice and accompaniment album, there is little traditional writing for the horns, each instrument, including Louise’s voice, is a colour, a texture that defines the mood suggested by the name of each ‘sin’. Maybe superlatives are necessary after all because this is a magnificent album on every level, drawing wonderful performances from all the players. It deserves every possible award…” – Tony Faulkner, composer/arranger, drummer
“Original and varied. The writing is very impressive and different from what I would have expected. Great music and (despite being “different”) recognisably you. When is it about to be unleashed on the general public? I think we ought to be warned.”
– Brian Priestley, pianist, writer
“Exceptional music, and refreshingly original”
– Tim Whitehead, composer, performer and educator
Research Areas: A. > School of Media and Performing Arts > Performing Arts > Music group
Item ID: 28629
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Depositing User: Sam Leak
Date Deposited: 29 Jan 2020 09:48
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2020 09:48
URI: https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/id/eprint/28629

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