The Gordon Beck Trio: "Appleby Blues" Art of Life Records (AL1025-2)


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Recorded live at the Appleby Jazz Festival in Cumbria, England on Sunday July 31, 2005, this 75 minute live recording features British Jazz piano legend Gordon Beck in a trio setting which includes Jeremy Brown on acoustic bass and Tony Levin on drums. The trio performs several Jazz standards including Miles Davis's composition “Solar", Nat Adderley's “The Old Country" in addition to the familiar standards “Gone with the Wind" and “California Here I Come". Also included are three of Gordon Beck's original compositions: “With a Heart In My Song" (which originally appeared on the recording of the same name with guitarist Allan Holdsworth in 1988), “For P.J.", Gordon's tribute to British pianist Pete Jacobson making its' recording debut and the title track, “Appleby Blues", written specifically for the Appleby Jazz Festival also making its' recording debut. All tracks have been digitally recorded, mixed and mastered using 24-bit digital technology.

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