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  • Audio CD (18 Nov. 2016)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vision of Sound / Launch Music International
  • ASIN: B01D2KFGM6
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THE OCCASIONAL TRIO sees Simon Vincent return to the intimate form of an acoustic jazz trio, allowing him as pianist to showcase his highly distinctive touch and compositional talent influenced by composers as diverse as Ellington, Brubeck, Monk, Miles, Stockhausen, Feldman and Bartók, weaving lyrical melodic lines around beautiful, deceptive harmonies. Their 3-track EP INTRODUCING THE OCCASIONAL TRIO has already been featured on JAZZ FM London by Chris Philips within weeks of its release, and their sound has gained praise from major European jazz labels. Their exceptional debut album OPENING LINES shows THE OCCASIONAL TRIO drawing the listener into a stunning sound-world of delicate yet dynamic trio interplay. All tracks were recorded in the same evening, and the listener will no doubt hear and appreciate the intimacy and intensity which grow throughout the recording and with which the Trio explores this set of original compositions. Moving between medium-paced lyrical works in ¾ time, propulsive 4/4 swing, and powerful free improvisation-based compositions, the diversity of the album displays not only Simon Vincent's powerful musical vision for THE OCCASIONAL TRIO but also the wide-ranging talent and experience of its members.


... exquisite, magical, mesmerising, transcendental, yet unshakably earthbound ... --Kyle McCallum, Extranormal Records

Futuristic chamber music... Visionary and expressive, constantly moving and lightly magical, what one experiences is literally akin to sonic tightrope walking, dreaming both big and small. --Pierre Dulieu and Albert Maurice Drion, Dragon Jazz

[Simon] Vincent's work... calls to mind fantastical cinema productions of the 1970s. --Robert Ratajczak, Longplay

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