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Joining The Dots

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Morse Code; Maiden Voyage; Little Wing; Footprints; October's Child; Just Like Lovers Do; Scarborough Fair; When We Were Free; Sippin At Bells; Smells Like Teen Spirit; Starless and Bible Black; Walking On the Moon; Lost Summer; Just Like; Lovers.

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Sidekicks

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2017

Album

Then and Now

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Then and Now (Biscoe); Easy Living (Rainger/Robin); Rest Easy (Biscoe); How Deep is the Ocean (Berlin arr. Neale); Lover (Rodgers/Hart); Indian Summer (Herbert); The Way You Look Tonight (Kern/Fields).

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Chris Biscoe Allison Neale: Then and Now

Read "Then and Now" reviewed by Duncan Heining


The idea here is a simple one. Pick a selection of tunes--five standards, two originals--and revisit them, in the style of the Gerry Mulligan/Paul Desmond Quartet. That group was a brief affair, making just two records together--Gerry Mulligan-Paul Desmond Quartet and Two of a Mind. Cleverly, Biscoe and Neale have only picked two tunes covered by ...

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I Wished On The Moon

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: I Wished On The Moon; How Little We Know; Chilli Pepper; Resonant Emotions; You're Looking At Me; 317 East 32nd St; Sidewinder; The Breeze And I; The Night We Called It A Day; So In Love.

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Allison Neale: I Wished on the Moon

Read "I Wished on the Moon" reviewed by Jack Bowers


There was a time, roughly half a century ago, when West Coast jazz was seen as the hippest music on the planet, its leading lights known and praised far and wide for espousing a brand of “cool jazz" that stood in stark contrast to its more heated East Coast counterpart. Much like any other trend, the ...

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Allison Neale: I Wished On The Moon

Read "I Wished On The Moon" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Classic tunes, played by a young alto saxophonist with a distinctive tone, impeccable taste and a talent for recruiting three of the best bandmates around. Add a quartet of guest appearances by a fine young Milt Jackson-inspired vibes player. Do the music justice by ensuring high-quality sound. Presenting I Wished On The Moon, the third album ...

Album

Live At Campus West

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Les; Epistrophy; Fable Of Faubus; Open Book; The Man Who Never Sleeps; Something Sweet, Something Tender; Out To Lunch; Potsa Lotsa.

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Chris Biscoe Profiles Quartet: Live At Campus West

Read "Live At Campus West" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


British multi-instrumentalist Chris Biscoe began playing the alto saxophone in 1963, just one year before the death of Eric Dolphy. On Live At Campus West Biscoe and his Profiles Quartet pay tribute to Dolphy's legacy with new arrangements of tunes associated with Dolphy as a composer and player, drawing on music from the American's brief but ...

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Spirit

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2011


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