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"Fletcher Moss Park" by Matthew Halsall

From the album

Label Love Vol. 5: The Jazz Edition
Record Label: Gondwana Records
By Matthew Halsall
Released: 0

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Fiona's Comments

Halsall is one of the bright stars on the jazz scene, bringing a fresh voice that's also reminiscent of jazz's past. A lovely tune that sees him shifting away from classic Miles Davis modal sound and adopting some of the Alice Coltrane mysticism from her Impulse recordings.

About the Album

Manchester based, DJ, bandleader and trumpeter Matthew Halsall is one of the UK’s brightest talents. A gifted trumpeter with a beautiful, expressive tone, his music draws on his love of the transcendental, spiritual and modal jazz of Alice and John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders, as well as the glories of ’60s British jazz.

This track is from Halsall's new release Fletcher Moss Park, featuring: Matthew Halsall (trumpet), Nat Birchall (sax), Rachael Gladwin (harp), Adam Fairhall, Taz Modi (piano), Gavin Barras (bass), Gaz Hughes, and Luke Flowers (drums).

Date featured

December 3, 2012

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It is for personal use only; no other rights are granted or implied.

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