Since his early beginnings as a classical child prodigy, then training as a classical concert pianist, and later changing over to jazz, contemporary composition and creative music in 1983, John Law has gained the reputation as being one of Europe's leading jazz pianist/composers. 'One of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists.' International Piano Magazine John Law-keyboard Sam Crockatt-saxes James Agg-bass Paolo Adamo-drumsFind out more »
"Blue Spirits Trio" came about through John’s love of the perennially attractive combination of Electric Guitar and Organ. Blue Spirits have a take on this well known combination in away that connects with the bluesier, intense side of John’s playing. There are plenty of typical swing elements and fiery funk outings. The aim is to groove and move! John Etheridge-guitar Pete Whittaker-organ George Double-drumsFind out more »
Pianist Claus Raible (Germany) and tenor saxophonist, Herwig Gradischnig (Austrian) explore the music of bop pianist/composer Elmo Hope, with trumpeter Steve Fishwick, bassist Giorgos Antoniou (Greek) and drummer Matt Home (UK). American Elmo Hope (1923-67) has an extensive catalogue of original compositions to his name covering a very broad stylistic palette, that have only recently begun to be explored by jazz musicians today. Claus Raible-keyboard Herwig Gradischnig-sax Steve Fishwick-trumpet Giorgos Antoniou-bass Matt Home-drumsFind out more »
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