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by Hereward

The music of Hereward draws upon versatile bassist Brady Millard-Kish's jazz, classical, post-rock, and world music influences to create highly melodic, memorable compositions.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Build
6:35 album only
2. Graciella
3:47 album only
3. Sidetracked
4:32 album only
4. Hereward
2:29 album only
5. Porcupine
4:11 album only
6. The Train
3:36 album only
7. Mov. 3 in C Min.
6:50 album only
8. Remembrance
4:44 album only
9. Moti Mo
3:15 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hereward is the musical creation of versatile bassist Brady Millard-Kish, a Michigan-born musician who cut his teeth in New Orleans prior to landing in Seattle 15 years ago. After years performing as an in-demand sideman with successful artists from an eclectic range of musical styles, Millard-Kish decided it was time to make a statement of his own. Bringing together jazz, classical, post-rock, and world music influences, his melodic compositions are at once familiar and unique—and thoroughly engaging.



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From Jazz Blog 1/22/15 "Pick of the Week"
Hereward - "Hereward" It makes sense that Brady Millard-Kish‘s debut would sound like this. His New Orleans roots inform the music with a view of many genres and sounds becoming one. This mix of modern jazz, post-rock, chamber, pop, etc, isn’t unlike the approach of fellow-N.O. musician Cliff Hines and his captivating Wanderlust. The sound, on the other hand, clearly reflects his current Pacific-Northwest environs, falling right in line with Cellar & Point and Blue Cranes. Melodically heartbreaking, rhythmically mesmerizing, and a presence like the sweetest lullaby you’ve ever heard.


Connected work of art
The entire CD tells a complete story and each song flows effortless into the next. It's a gorgeous, moving work with beautiful compositions - excellent writing by Brady.