Double Exposure (INV002CD)

This previously unreleased album by two of Europe's finest jazz musicians, John Taylor and Stan Sulzmann, was recorded in 1990 and features the duo at its artistic peak. It is testament to its quality that it's more than stood the test of time. The interaction between Stan and John, coupled with their precision and musicality is as listenable and exciting today as in the original performances.
SOUND BITES
Pure & Simple
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Slow Loris
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Stango
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Free Ballad
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Extracts
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CD Smith
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Country/Raindrops
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Cartoon/Room For Improvement
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Straight Man
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'Q'
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Ocean Deep
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Spider
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Haari
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Whatever Next? (INV001CD)

Brian first came to prominence back in the late 1960s when he joined a band led by vibraphonist Frank Ricotti. The mid-70s was a particularly productive period which included joining, and recording with, trumpeter Harry Beckett's group, co-leading his own band, Impulse, with trumpeter George Chisholm and being a member of the highly successful jazz-rock quartet, Isotope. In the latter part of the 70s Brian was a member of the much-acclaimed jazz-fusion group, Turning Point, before joining the now legendary, original Morrissey-Mullen quintet. Brian also appeared regularly at 'Ronnie Scott's Club' with singers Annie Ross and Marian Montgomery and on separate occasions with Toots Thielemanns and Eddie Harris. In recent times Brian has been composing and arranging for film and TV but is now preparing his group for a series of jazz club appearances to promote the new album which is available via this website, as well as from www.jazzcds.co.uk and www.amazon.co.uk.
SOUND BITES
Let's Just Pretend It's 1960
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Whatever Next
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The Laughing Moon
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It's Simple Enough
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Mrs. M
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Dark Though Sun Shines
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Off Kilter
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Faint Hope
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It Sort Of Does
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