Kieron Garrett Quartet | It's Time (feat. Dave O'higgins)

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It's Time (feat. Dave O'higgins)

by Kieron Garrett Quartet

Original jazz, fusion and bop featuring one of Britain's finest saxophonists, Dave O'higgins.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Bluetooth
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2. Jaffa Cakes
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3. Like Night and Day
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4. Beans
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5. Waltz for Someone
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6. Circles
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7. It's Time
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8. Love on the M25
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9. Funk Fourth
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10. Intro Samba
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11. Capital A
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12. Precious Gem
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Kieron Garrett Quartet are a group of professional, London based jazz musicians, consisting of Kieron Garrett on piano/keyboards, Peter Cumber on drums and Mike Pratt on bass.
On this, Kieron's debut album, the brilliant Dave O'higgins features on tenor and soprano saxophones completing the line-up.

This album is stylishly written and slickly recorded, ranging from jazz fusion to bop.

Here are what the critics have said so far:

"creatively subtle composer"..."robust and creative" - Roy from Stratford Jazz Club

"Kieron Garrett Quartet are both tight and in the pocket"..."It's expert Jazz Fusion composition with expert musicians " - HitSmith


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