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Phil Broadhurst Quartet | Flaubert's Dance - downloadable MP3 ALBUM

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Phil Broadhurst Quartet | Flaubert's Dance - downloadable MP3 ALBUM

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Phil Broadhurst (piano)
Roger Manins (saxophone)
Oli Holland (bass)
Cameron Sangster (drums)
Mike Booth (trumpet on tracks 3, 5 & 7)

If the Phil Broadhurst Quartet’s previous outing, Delayed Reaction, was a little hesitant in places, this new album sweeps all uncertainty aside. The quartet is fully and confidently on their metal, and each of Phil’s Broadhurst’s new compositions are finely written, deeply attractive pieces. Cameron Sangster replaces Alain Koetsier on drums, Oli Holland and Roger Manins return on acoustic bass and tenor saxophone respectively, and trumpet player Mike Booth guests again on three tracks.

Where Delayed Reaction was a tribute to legendary jazz pianist/composer, Michel Petrucciani, the compositions on Flaubert’s Dance reflect a wide diversity of influences in Phil’s writing and performing, from Herbie Hancock and Keith Jarrett to Many Katché, Elaine Elias and Tomaz Stanko. The title track pays homage to Enrico Pieranunzi, First Shot updates the rhythmic feel of Herbie Hancock’s Toys (from Speak Like a Child), Integrity and Scoreless reflects Phil’s enthusiasm for the ECM label and the music of Katché and Stanko, Stretched by the joyful music of Elias, while Loping was written with a number of musicians and composers in mind.

Track listing:

  1. First Shot 07:22
  2. Integrity 09:42
  3. Flaubert's Dance 07:12
  4. Straight and Narrow 06:37
  5. Stretched 06:06
  6. The 21st, Domain 07:31
  7. Loping 06:18
  8. Scoreless 07:39
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