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"Six Degrees of Separation" by Jay Phelps

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Jay Walkin'
Jay Phelps
Specific Jazz
2010

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About the Album

Trumpeter Jay Phelps is at the forefront of the young and creative generation of jazz musicians in the UK, with an instantly recognizable warm and projecting tone.

In Jay Walkin'--his solo-debut--Jay departs from the current trend of experimental modernism, occasionally evoking the spirit of the 1940's New York Birdland scene with playful vocals by showman-vocalist Michael Mwenso

Track Listing

Jay Walkin'; Out of the Blue; Six Degrees of Separation; Blue and Sentimental; 10 Years; Semplice; I Love My Mama; A Dose of Aladine; Hola for Ola.

Personnel

Jay Phelps: trumpet; Shabaka Hutchings: tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Jonathan Gee: piano; Karl Rasheed-Abel: bass; Gene Calderazzo: drums; Michael Mwenso: vocals (2, 7, 8); Oscar Martinez: percussion (3); Dennis Rollins: trombone (5); Jean Toussaint: tenor saxophone (5); Brian Edwards: tenor saxophone (7, 9); Larry Bartley: bass (4, 7, 9); Emma Grimes: violin (4); Caroline Rankin: cello (4).

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Date featured

November 17, 2010

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