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Mark Lockett - Sneaking Out After Midnight (2012)

16-06-2015, 07:37
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Mark Lockett - Sneaking Out After Midnight (2012)

Artist: Mark Lockett
Title Of Album: Sneaking Out After Midnight
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Rattle Records/RAT-J-1011
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 58:36
Total Size: 343 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Loose Motion (Lockett) - 6:11
02. Disingenous (Lockett) - 5:18
03. Now's Not the Time (Lockett) - 3:30
04. Crew Cut (Lockett) - 5:27
05. For Heaven's Sake (Bretton-Meyer-Edwards) - 5:24
06. Mr Pickles (Lockett) - 6:34
07. Good Day for a Dog (Lockett) - 6:33
08. Don't Take the G Train (Hoenig) - 7:12
09. Sneaking Out After Midnight (Lockett) - 6:54
10. Tennis Elbow (Lockett) - 5:33

Mark Lockett - drums
Joel Frahm - tenor saxophone
Orlando Le Fleming - bass

The concept behind the original compositions on Mark Lockett’s Sneaking Out After Midnight was largely inspired by his love for the wonderful music of American alto saxophonist and 'giant of jazz', Ornette Coleman, particularly the music he created with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Ed Blackwell. Mark has also drawn upon his extensive time spent studying with a younger and, some might say, more modern New York heavyweight, Ari Hoenig. The fusion of these two influences led Mark to write a series of themes and melodies that became the basis of this album. Joel Frahm and Orlando Le Fleming brought the music to life, producing a fresh, joyful, and thoroughly modern sound, a successful merging of the unique character of jazz from ‘down-under’ with the esteemed rigour and pedigree of New York edge.

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