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Live at Ronnie Scott's

Label: Flint Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Chia; Swag Times; The Pines; The Good Things; Golden Hour; Red Sand; Madeleine; Never-Ending City; The Real One


Label: Flint Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: The Keeper #1, HAL #2, Singularity #3, Ebb Tide #4, Cables #5, End of Scarcity #6, Constance #7, Cassini #8

Bill Laurance

Bill Laurance is a London-based, GRAMMY® award-winning pianist, composer and arranger, whose rise to fame with the world-renowned outfit Snarky Puppy has paved the way for a flourishing solo career. Laurance released his debut solo album, Flint, in 2014, followed shortly thereafter by Swift — both albums soaring up the jazz charts and receiving praise for their deft musicianship and emotive writing and arrangement. 2016 saw the release of his third solo effort, Aftersun — a rhythmic and funk-infused album featuring percussionist Weedie Braimah, followed by Laurance's first live album, captured at London's Union Chapel. In 2019, Laurance released his fifth album, Cables, coinciding with the launch of his own record label, Flint Music


Label: Flint Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: Prologue: Fjords #1, December in New York #2, Swift #3, U-Bahn #4, The Rush #5, Denmark Hill #6, Red Sand #7, The Real One #8, Mr. Elevator #9, One Time #10, The Isles #11


Label: Flint Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Never-Ending City #1, Money in the Desert #2, Flint #3, Swag Times #4, The Good Things #5, Chia #6, Smokers Castle #7, Gold Coast #8, Ready Wednesday #9, Audrey #10


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