David Dower Trio | Made in Sofia

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Made in Sofia

by David Dower Trio

Exciting piano trio music, recorded in Bulgaria's capital Sofia!
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Mamma Mia
5:53 album only
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2. The Junction
5:13 album only
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3. Susan's Song
7:11 album only
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4. Theme from "An Average Western"
6:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bulgaria; a beautiful and mysterious Balkan nation, nestled in between the Black Sea and mighty Eastern European mountain ranges. It's a strange place to find an Australian pianist and his British bass player and drummer; however, from the seed of intrigue about the music and the culture of this region, followed by a number of tours through the country, a true affinity has blossomed for this fascinating corner of the world and its people.

And with that, we come to this album; 'Made in Sofia' was recorded in the capital of Bulgaria as an homage to a country that has so warmly welcomed and supported this trio.

Borne out of a residency at South London jazz venue "The Junction", the David Dower Trio is an exciting and interactive band. Taking influence from artists such as the Bad Plus, Ben Folds and Brad Mehldau, they fluently blend artistry with accessibility. 'London Blues and Soul Magazine' describes David's approach as having a "lovingly formulated vocabulary that goes well beyond imitation, making his playing instantly recognisable'. The compositions and performances on this album follow this trend.

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