Current Climate CD
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New album from Clark Tracey's latest band - a culmination of their first year's experience together and exemplifies the youthful spirit of the band, led by one of the UK's finest drummers.
In 2008 Clark Tracey put together a brand new line up of excellent musicians which promises to deliver the same high standard which is now to be expected from one of Clark's groups. Since 1980, drummer Clark Tracey has been leading his own groups, employing exceptionally talented young jazz musicians and encouraging original compositions, facilitating an equal and natural development within the group, while providing a springboard into the public eye. Some of Clark's colleagues from previous groups, who have since become widely respected on today's jazz scene, include Django Bates, Iain Ballamy, Guy Barker, Alec Dankworth, Nigel Hitchcock, Gerard Presencer, Simon Allen and Zoe Rahman.
His latest line up includes 2 hotly tipped young musicians, Kit Downes and Lewis Wright, as well as 2 exciting horn players, Paul Jordanous and Piers Green, and one of London's in demand bassists, Ryan Treblicock.
Clark Tracey (drums), Paul Jordanous (trumpet, flugelhorn), Piers Green (alto/tenor saxophone), Lewis Wright (vibes), Kit Downes (piano), Ryan Trebilcock (bass)
(4 stars) This talented crew are sure to keep Britain's straight-ahead jazz flame burning. -- Evening Standard, (Jack Massarik), September 18, 2009
Clark Tracey has a flair for choosing musicians who set each other off and newcomers Jordanous and Green strike instant sparks. -- The Observer, (Dave Gelly), September 27, 2009
The playing is spirited, and so is the material...Downes undams barline-leaping torrents of melody that testify to his world-class stature. -- The Guardian, (John Fordham), October 9, 2009
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