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Silverlink Express by Michael J McEvoy

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Album Title: The Long Way Home
Label: Rezzonator Music
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Hits those high notes Hitchcock, one of the UK's best sax players-- must be the Aberdeen air. Lively tune on a fine album from Mike McEvoy, no shade on the trombone either.

About the Album

A cheeky uptempo funky fusion featuring the phenomenal Nigel Hitchcock on alto sax, the track has some tricky rhythmic skips and time signature changes and relentless groove. Taken from the album 'The Long Way Home' (released 10 March 2014) this track is getting good radio play on JazzFM, UK.

Personnel

Drums: Dave Hamblett; Bass: Calum Gourlay; Alto Sax: Nigel Hitchcock; Trumpet & Flugelhorn: Gerard Presencer; Trombone: Mark Nightingale; Piano: Mike McEvoy.

Track Listing

The Long Way Home; Dreams Dispersed; Silverlink Express; The Lamp On The Hill; A Lighter Shade Of Blue; Shadows Of The Truth; Stillness And Being; When I Get My Wings.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Michael J McEvoy: piano; Gerard Presencer: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jason Rebello: piano (2, 4); Nigel Hitchcock: alto saxophone (3-6); Ben Castle: tenor saxophone (1, 2, 7, 8); Mark Nightingale: trombone (3, 5, 8); Tom Farmer: bass (1, 2, 7, 8); Calum Gourlay: bass (3-6); James Maddren: drums (1, 2, 7, 8); Dave Hamblett: drums (3-6).

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Date featured

March 11, 2014

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