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Nigel Price - Fool's Gold / Hit The Road (2004/2014)

23-04-2016, 21:35

Title: Fool's Gold / Hit The Road
Year Of Release: 2004/2014
Label: 33 Jazz
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:18/63:55
Total Size: 130/150 MB

1. Booze Blooze (4:35)
2. Fool's Gold (8:17)
3. Blues Riff (4:54)
4. Friday The 14Th Part 1 (7:40)
5. Straight, No Bounce (6:13)
6. Alfredo (5:02)
7. Benson Edges (6:20)
8. Look For The Silver Lining (6:44)
9. S.O.S. (5:30)

Nigel Price - who led his organ trio to pick up the 2010 Parliamentary Jazz Award for “best jazz ensemble” is one of the most highly regarded and in demand guitarists on the UK jazz scene today.

He spent three years with UK funk legends - the James Taylor Quartet, placed third in the 2014 British Jazz Awards for “best guitarist” and is also a regular performer at Ronnie Scott’s, where he has played over 400 times.

His blend of flowing bebop lines, deep blues feeling and mastery of chording has made him instantly accessible and popular with jazz audiences.

Nigel Price - Fool's Gold / Hit The Road (2004/2014)

1. Hit The Road (6:13)
2. Up Jumped Spring (7:55)
3. Chelsea Bridge (8:15)
4. Lover Man (8:40)
5. Dreamsville (7:30)
6. Go! (7:16)
7. Detour Ahead (7:18)
8. Bizzy Bee (6:37)
9. Hot Seat (Chas's Chair) (4:08)

Nigel Price, the British jazz guitarist devoted to such late guitar heroes as Wes Montgomery and Grant Green, cruises through some classic themes and compatible originals with the fine pairing of Pete Whittaker on Hammond organ and Matt Home on drums. But if Price and co tick all the boxes of this style, closer listening reveals their audacity and advanced techniques, particularly notable in the fluency with which they mix tempos and time signatures in between and sometimes within tracks. Up Jumped Spring splices two speeds of swing and fast-waltz passages; Chelsea Bridge gets a Latin feel; Lover Man is a fast samba with stop-start breaks but features some nimble swerves and a Django Reinhardt-like tone from the leader; and the delectable ballad Detour Ahead features the trio at their collective best. Saxophonist Vasilis Xenopoulos helps the band muscle through the hustling finale Hot Seat, a classic swing-to-bop gallop. This is a respectful celebration of a now-smooth tradition, but a very musical one. ~John Fordham

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