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Stepping Down by Andy Hague

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Album Title: Coming Of Age
Label: Ooh-Err Records
Released: 2018

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Down the big steps, around the corner and over the square towards the station, down the spiral staircase and on to the blue train.

About the Album

A track from UK trumpeter Andy Hague's new CD Coming Of Age. This medium-up swing tune uses the Giant Steps turnaround in a couple of different keys.

Track Listing

The Displaced; In The Bleak Mid-Autumn; Stepping Down; Coming Of Age; Great Minds; Abraham; Loopy; ICU; Sing It Loud; Conflict Resolution.

Personnel

Andy Hague
Andy Hague

trumpet

Additional Personnel

Andy Hague: trumpet/flugel; Ben Waghorn: tenor sax; Jim Blomfield: piano; Chris Jones: double bass; Mark Whitlam: drums.

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Date featured

January 9, 2019

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