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Steve Berry, Mark Lockheart, Peter Fairclough - Trio album

Steve Berry, Mark Lockheart, Peter Fairclough - Trio album

  • Performer: Steve Berry
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Trio
  • Released: 1988
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Criss Cross Jazz Recorded December 14, 1997 in New York City Tracklist: 1 Metamorphosis 2 Sublime Indifference 9:03 3 Dragonfly 17:03 4 Who Can I Turn T. .

Mark Lockheart was in the 1980s a member of the Big Band lineup Loose Tubes, then played with Billy Jenkins and Django Bates ( Summer Fruits ( and Unrest ) ). From 1987 to 1991 he had a trio with Sreve Berry and Peter Fairclough; from the early 1990s, he belonged to the formation Perfect Houseplants with Dudley Phillips and Martin France. In 1994 he played in the big band of Gail Thompson; In 1995 he was one of the band of bassist Geoff Gascoyne on ( Voices of Spring) and entered into the Big Band of Graham Collier on the London Jazz Festival (Charles River Fragments ). In 1997 he played with. In 2005, with Moving Air Lockheart recorded the first album under his own name.

Mark Lockheart (born Lymington, 1961) is a British jazz tenor saxophonist who came to prominence as a member of the Loose Tubes big band during the 1980s. Following the demise of Loose Tubes, Lockheart formed the co-led eclectic jazz/folk quartet Perfect Houseplants with Huw Warren, Dudley Phillips, and Martin France. The band released five albums including two with The Orlando Consort. At this time Lockheart formed his own group, "The Scratch Band", performing his own compositions.

This is the Official Site of Steve Berry, NEW YORK TIMES and internationally bestselling author of 19 novels, 4 eBook.

An early childhood in Shropshire filled Steve's ears with hymns and sacred music, growing up in a deeply religious family. After a brief (and enforced) flirtation with violin, Steve then abandoned Music in his early teens to concentrate on train-spotting and wondering why girls were not interested in him at all. In his later teens, he managed to escape the monastic compound of his family long enough to discover Rock & Roll, and the guitar. Collaborators past and present have included - Many of the spin-off units from Loose Tubes (principally with Mark Lockheart, & Django Bates), Lew Tabakin, Art Farmer, John Surman, Les Chisnall, Mike Walker, Kathryn Tickell, June Tabor, Huw Warren, Tim Whitehead, Mike & Kate Westbrook, Peter Fairclough, Mike Hall, Nikki Iles, Dagmar Krause, Ute Lemper and latterly in bands alongside his eldest two children, saxophonist Dan Berry and singer Jessica Berry.

This is the complete list of books written by Steve Berry. New York Times Bestselling Author.

Paula Lockheart ‎– Paula Lockheart With Peter Ecklund (And Other Friends). Paula Lockheart with Peter Ecklund (and other friends) ‎(LP, Album).

Since 1990, the Peter Whittingham Award has helped to launch the careers of many of the UK's top jazz musicians and groups. In its early years, the award was open to musicians at all career stages, but more recently the focus has shifted to help only emerging artists - providing support at a crucial time in an artist's development. 1997 Graham Collier and Mark Lockheart. 1998 Martin Speake (Development Award: Cathy Tozer, Andy Scott). 1999 Tim Whitehead (Development Award: Veryan Weston). 2014 Stretch Trio (Development Award: Mark Pringle). 2015 Square One and Patchwork Jazz Orchestra (Development Award: JJ Wheeler, Big Bad Wolf). 2016 Fergus McCreadie (Development Award: David Ferris). 2017 Helena Kay (KIM Trio) (Development Awards: Olly Chalk, Tetes de Pois and Archipelago).

Tracklist

1 Take Your Time 4:18
2 Bip Bap Dubaddlia 5:16
3 Piraeus 4:01
4 Relic 4:04
5 After Midnight Hour 7:44
6 Iminwetayu 3:09
7 My Father's Eyes 3:00
8 Evergreen 5:45
9 Open Spaces 6:05
10 Cha Cha Con Meatus 4:17
11 Splaarg 6:32

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