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Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra: Dream Wheel: Live at the Sound Lounge 2006 with Florian Ross

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Australia's Jazzgroove Association has been at the forefront in promoting the country's jazz scene for some time. The Association, along with the Australian Arts Council and band member/co-producer, altoist David Theak, join forces to present Dream Wheel, a hard-driving big band project from the sixteen-piece Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra. Recorded live at the Sound Lounge in Sydney, ...

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Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra: Dream Wheel: Live at the Sound Lounge 2006 with Florian Ross

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In jazz, there's rarely pressure to make the next album bigger than the last. There can often, however, be a self-imposed drive to make it different. Sydney, Australia's Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra--the flagship of its Jazzgroove Association, a musicians' collective that's been cultivating a strong jazz scene there for a decade--released one of 2006's best big band ...

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Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra: The Mothership Plays the Music of Mike Nock

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Since returning to Australia, where he's led an active life as an educator, writer and performer, Mike Nock has become one of the area's most prominent and influential pianists. It's a shame that he's such a well-kept secret internationally, though, because during the quarter-century that he spent in the US prior to 1985, Nock forged new ...