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Second Set

by The Birmingham Seven

A straight-ahead jazz septet patterned after the small groups of the hardbop era.
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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Birmingham Seven's personnel is topnotch, the underlying concept is strong and the results are impressive. - The Birmingham News.

The Birmingham Seven (B7) is a jazz septet comprised of some of the finest and most sought after jazz performers in the region. Their live repertoire consists of transcriptions and adaptations from iconic recordings by artists such as Duke Ellington, Oliver Nelson, Gigi Gryce, and Lee Morgan as well as original arrangements and compositions by the members of the B7 themselves.

"Second Set" is their second studio album and was recorded in the summer of 2014. It features eight original tunes from Chris Kozak, Thomas Robinson, and Daniel Western. The ensemble consists of Rob Alley (Trumpet), Jon Noffsinger (Alto Saxophone), Gary Wheat (Tenor Saxophone), Daniel Western (Baritone Saxophone), Tom Wolfe (Guitar), Chris Kozak (Double Bass), and Michael Glaser (Drum Set).

"The Birmingham Seven" features clever arrangements, tight ensemble work, as well as stellar solos.

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