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on 21 August 2014
Anyone wishing to engage with music and, to use a most personal interpretation, be lost in the moment, could do far worse than to buy this cd. Reflective, intuitive, and subtly compelling, this is a fresh interpretation of classic material that is comparable with anything I've heard from America. Go buy if you think you've heard it all, not like this you haven't!
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on 18 April 2014
Have produced a sublime and majestic musical journey with this album, and they have done it with aplomb.

I look forward to seeing it played out live in the near future.

My advice is sit down in a room that you will not be disturbed, and let Mr.Smith and Mr.Kellock transport you back through some of the greatest tunes of the 20th Century and in the style that only they can. The breathy tones of Smith and the light-touch of Kellock will have you wanting more than the 55mins it takes this album to come to its conclusion.

I look forward to more albums from Tommy, but for now I will happily listen to this over and over again.

Alex
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on 5 September 2014
Mellow, expertly performed and well worth the buy.
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on 24 October 2014
Beautiful, although not quite as virtuosic, edgy and varied as Bezique or Symbiosis. But in combination with those two other albums it makes a wonderful addition to any collection of British modern jazz.
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on 31 January 2015
Given as a present. No adverse feedback.
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on 13 March 2016
comfortable listening
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on 8 March 2016
Tommy Smith has no soul, he is playing jazz from an educated stance, playing jazz by numbers which he has got out of a Hannon book. Smith is now more an educator rather than a player. This has earned him loads of money teaching, analysing jazz to produce music to a corporate McDonalds standard which his students can replicate however he is really boring to hear. listen to the creativity of Charles Lloyd/ Jason Moran if you need to hear a sax/piano duet with real jazz inspired creative motive rather than jazz 'numbers'.
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