The Charlie Bates Big Band | Silhouettes (feat. Percy Pursglove)

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Silhouettes (feat. Percy Pursglove)

by The Charlie Bates Big Band

The debut album of composer, Charlie Bates. 5 original compositions performed by a newly formed Big Band, it features some outrageous improvising from Percy Pursglove.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cyanopsia (feat. Percy Pursglove)
8:15 $1.28
2. Almost Gone (feat. Percy Pursglove)
9:05 album only
3. High-Rise (feat. Percy Pursglove)
5:39 album only
4. Eyes Shut (feat. Percy Pursglove)
8:31 $1.28
5. Eyes Open (feat. Percy Pursglove)
10:34 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The Charlie Bates Big Band

Charlie Bates - Conductor and Composer
Percy Pursglove - Trumpet, Flugelhorn

Elliot Drew - Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute
Josh Schofield - Alto Saxophone, Clarinet
Sam Craig - Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute
Daniel Spirrett - Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet
Vittorio Mura - Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet

Nick Dewhurst - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Alex Astbury - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
David Tibbitts - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Christos Stylianides - Trumpet, Flugelhorn

Richard Foote - Trombone
David Sear - Trombone
Josh Tagg - Trombone
David Hamilton - Bass Trombone
Andrew Clennell - Bass Trombone

Daniel Kemshell - Guitar
Jacky Naylor - Piano
Sam Ingvorsen - Bass
Jonathon Silk - Drums

Recorded on 26th February and 5th March 2017 in Birmingham Consevatoire
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Luke Morrish-Thomas
Artwork by Jack Dickerson
Photography by Nick Brown



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