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Nu-Jive 5

by Troy Roberts

..an eclectic concoction of neo-soul, R&B, electronica and gospel, all musically glued together by each player’s sense of jazz etiquette, but most importantly, this is the meeting place of five great musical minds..
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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3. Night On the Town
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5. One Day Wonder
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Album Notes
Troy Roberts - "Nu-Jive 5"

Personnel;

Troy Roberts – sax
Tim Jago - guitar
Silvano Monasterios – keys
Eric England – bass
David Chiverton – drums

All compositions by Troy Roberts.

Copyright 2013, Troy Roberts. All rights reserved.
Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

Recorded at Red Rocket Studios, Miami, Florida USA on May 16, 2012
Recording Engineer – Dana Salminen for Aesir Sound
Mixed and mastered by Javier Carrion at Heavy Air Music
Produced by Troy Roberts
Additional post-production by Mauricio Quiros
All compositions by Troy Roberts
Album artwork by Stephanie Tiangco for HAM Media Group
Photography by Brandon Demonbreun for BrandoFoto

Troy Roberts endorses handcrafted mouthpieces by John Thomas
David Chiverton endorses Vater Percussion, Hammerax Cymbals and In Earz Monitors
Please visit www.troyroberts.com
Join us on facebook at www.facebook.com/TroyRobertsMusic

Hailing from the remote location of Perth, West Australia, saxophonist and composer Troy Roberts has received numerous accolades including 3 DownBeat Jazz Soloist Awards, 2 Grammy Nominations, and was the only Australian semi-finalist in the 2008 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition. Graduating with a Bachelor of Music at the young age of 19, he has performed around Europe and the US extensively with artists such as James Morrison, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Christian McBride, Sammy Figueroa, Dave Douglas, Orrin Evans and Kurt Elling to name a few, and also completed a Masters Degree at The University of Miami. In 2012, he shared the stage in an international septet comprised of jazz giants Wayne Shorter, Richard Bona, Vinnie Colaiuta and Zakir Hussein for Herbie Hancock’s launch of the first ever International Jazz Day at The UN, NYC. He was also part of Hancock’s 2014 International Jazz Day held in Osaka, Japan performing with more jazz luminaries such as Gregory Porter, Marcus Miller, Esperanza Spaulding, John Scofield and Dee Dee Bridgewater. Troy is based in New York City and maintains a busy performance and recording schedule around the globe with some of the greatest jazz artists of today. He’s a member of The Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts Quartet, Joey DeFrancesco’s new quartet, ‘The People’, and is currently celebrating his 8th record as a leader, Nu-Jive Perspective (Inner Circle Music).
Please visit www.TroyRoberts.com

(Press Quotes)

"Tales & Tones" is abound with impeccable delivery and inspired performances within a very melodious and challenging group environment. Tenor and soprano saxophonist Troy Roberts possesses a robust flexibility and dexterity that serves as a very convincing sonic calling card. He has successfully managed to forge a stunning and a most personal approach on every selection and is propelled even deeper into the soul of the compositions by a relentless and driven sense of purpose. This project summarizes Troy's potential with a stunning projection of all that is possible, given a proper supporting cast and a clear artistic vision.
- Greg Osby

“Roberts is a boisterous and effusive player, conversant but not busy. ‘Secret Rhymes’ has a bounce to it and Roberts excels here as a leader, with an awesomely arranged album with just a touch more arch than one can legally call straight-ahead.”
- DownBeat Magazine

“Whilst it’s not common to display virtuosity, it’s even rarer to be wonderfully creative while doing so. But the rarest of all gifts is to have a unique voice; a sound that is unmistakably your own, Troy Roberts has this gift. He amply demonstrates that it’s possible to pay homage to the great tenor players of jazz and still create a fresh approach that leaves the listener always in anticipation of what he’ll come up with next.”
- James Morrison

“While jazz is so strongly identified as swing, it is nice to see the next gen carving out their sound and ideas. Roberts, along with his well-equipped ensemble, is certainly up to the task - creating a jazz record that employs great playing and abundant ideas. Roberts, though young in age, certainly has an arsenal of abilities under his belt, and has the makings and foundation of a lasting great saxophonist. Versatile in style, with a strong grasp of yesterday and today, he is a force to be reckoned with no matter the setting. He is more than one to watch, he is one to follow closely.”
- JazzTimes Magazine

“…Substance and style will triumph over pretentiousness and ego every time. Roberts has a resume that will certainly make one sit up and take notice having shared the stage with such luminaries as Nicholas Payton, Orrin Evans and John Clayton. Nu-Jive 5 is Roberts fifth release as a leader and is brimming with vitality and that certain pop of originality that separates the "artist" from the "musician…"
- Critical Jazz



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