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Dinosaur Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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These four twenty-somethings have each established their own name in British jazz. The most prominent name in Dinosaur is trumpeter and composer Laura Jurd, who has previously been voted BBC New Generation Artist. The accessible synth pop of the 1980s is an important influence on the recent album Wonder Trail (Edition Records), on which she also plays synth and sings. Elliot Galvin's synthesizers also play an important role on the album. Galvin has played the BIMHUIS before with his own trio.

Personnel: Laura Jurd: trumpet; Elliot Galvin: Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ; Conor Chaplin: bass; Corrie Dick drums.

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  • Introduction Bimhuis Radio (00:00)
  • Live Concert @ BIMHUIS: Dinosaur (00:55)

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