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Robert Mitchell

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Piano,Keyboards,Composer,Lyricist,Teacher,Arranger Projects: Robert Mitchell's Panacea (4-6piece band Deborah Jordan Vocals, Tom Mason Bass, Richard Spaven Drums), Robert Mitchell & Omar Puente (piano+Violin duo), Robert Mitchell 3io (pno,bass,dr trio as Panacea), Robert Mitchell and Julien Siegal (piano+sax duo),Solo piano, Robert Mitchell and Corey Mwamba duo (piano+vibes),new one tba.... Robert Mitchell has been twice individually nominated for the BBC Jazz Awards (Best Newcomer,and Best New Work) , winning once as part of the F-ire Collective (Innovation 2004).He has won National and Inernational awards with the groups Quite Sane and J-Life

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Article: Profile

Courtney Pine: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Read "Courtney Pine: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants" reviewed by David Burke


Courtney Pine didn't pick up his beloved tenor saxophone for more than a decade, until an album exploring the black British experience demanded it. The multi-instrumentalist eschewed the horn on the likes of Europa, House of Legends and Song (The Ballad Book), his two-hander with pianist Zoe Rahman. “I spoke to Sonny Rollins about ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Tom Harrison

Read "Take Five with Tom Harrison" reviewed by Tom Harrison


Meet Tom Harrison: For alto saxophonist/composer Tom Harrison, the art of jazz is far more than mastery of the instrument, fluency in the repertoire and respect for the tradition. For Tom, the real undertaking is to connect with that which inspired the immortals of jazz, and to cultivate it within his own work. Born ...

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Article: Album Review

Tom Harrison: Unfolding In Tempo

Read "Unfolding In Tempo" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


London-based alto saxophonist Tom Harrison leads a tight and imaginative band on Unfolding In Tempo, a live album of “reflections on the Ellington/Strayhorn Canon." After three years intense study of Ellington and Strayhorn, Harrison has selected a mix of tunes that display the breadth of that canon, from the famous to the lesser-known, recorded at the ...

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News: Recording

Saxophonist Tom Harrison Celebrates Ellington and Strayhorn with "Unfolding In Tempo" Featuring Cleveland Watkiss - Available in October

Saxophonist Tom Harrison Celebrates Ellington and Strayhorn with "Unfolding In Tempo" Featuring Cleveland Watkiss - Available in October

Rising star saxophonist Tom Harrison unveils his hotly anticipated second release Unfolding in Tempo on October 14th 2016. The long-awaited live album will be released on Lyte Records in October 2016 in the esteemed company of releases by jazz stars Ari Hoenig, Jean Toussaint, Jason Rebello and David Lyttle. The album documents two nights of Harrison’s ...

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Live At ReVoice!

Label: Roomspin Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Fragile; Sugar; I Do It For Your Love; Bendita; Just In Time; Going Back; The Things We Did Last Summer; Willow Weep For Me; In My Life; Just Friends; Le Strade Di Notte; When I Live My Dream.

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News: Performance / Tour

Turaco Artists Appear At Derry Jazz Festival

Turaco Artists Appear At Derry Jazz Festival

First festival appearance for this unique project, from Tom Harrison exploring the key moments of cinema and TV through their music. Everybody loves film! And behind every definitive scene, underpinning every actor’s move is music. Whether it’s Ennio Morricone’s famous theme from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, or John Williams’ iconic theme from ET, ...

Album

The Glimpse

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2013
Track listing: Amino; Zuni Lore; Prelude No. 6 (Pour La Main Gauche); Leftitude; The Defiant Gene; The Sage; A Confession; Lullaby No. 1; The Re-Emergent; Nocturne For The Left Hand Alone; The Glimpse; Alice's Touch.

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Article: Extended Analysis

Sun Ra: Jazz in Silhouette

Read "Sun Ra: Jazz in Silhouette" reviewed by Robert Mitchell


"A Certain Beat A Sudden Chord These things charm the mind with veiled enchantment That lingers long after the song is done" As with many cult artists, the back catalogue of Sun Ra is long and varied with large, less than bitesize chunks available for consumption if you ...

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Article: Album Review

Robert Mitchell: The Glimpse

Read "The Glimpse" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Pianist Robert Mitchell offers insight into a very particular musical place on The Glimpse: the world of solo, left hand only piano. The left hand: the hand responsible for the rhythm, the hand that keeps the beat, that lies in thrall to the melodic, excitable and exciting right hand. Why on earth would anyone want to ...


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