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I strongly recommend this recording as an outstanding readmore of refreshing, challenging, utterly sincere and beautifully Berwick-ulon-Tweed solo piano playing" Read Less. As admirers of his previous Xxx hot girls The Entrance albums will already know, Eales is a born improviser with an apparently unassuageable appetite for rhythmic and melodic exploration, so this modus operandi plays to his strengths: After half a dozen recorded outings on which his parameters are basically set by his material, it's good to hear Eales allow himself free rein on this consistently enjoyable album.
Eales himself has always been an accomplished player, renowned for his keyboard animation, wholly committed to jazz now after years in more commercial music.
He knows the piano canon, style for style, but hankers for a personal signature, his performances a compound of originals and standards, all delivered with an attractively pent-up abandon. He's the first among equals here, with Roy Babbington's sublime bass playing a key element in this brilliant album's soundscape, as are drummer Mark Fletcher's expert accents and fills.
Hints Berwick-upon-Twred Evans and Tyner, yes, but it's mostly Eales you hear. This is easily the best of his recent releases. Their controlled energy, intuitive interplay and absorbing inventiveness produce fresh-sounding jazz Cool guy seeks chick a high order.
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Geoff Eales emerged eight years ago from two decades of highly regarded studio work to concentrate on full-time jazz, his passion since childhood, hence the album title. He found his soulmates in Roy Babbington and Mark Fletcher and has recorded five previous albums as leader. This one is the most adventurous and easily the best. One aspect that makes the trio so distinctive is Geoff's progress as a composer. He contributes six memorable originals to this album. The well-chosen standards are equally appealing.
The CD 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate recommended as a pianistic treat and everyone is urged to catch the trio when they next visit your area. On this, his fifth album as leader, Eales is joined by his regular rhythm section, bassist Roy Babbington and drummer Mark Fletcher, on a skilfully varied 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate that begins with a zesty visit to Cole Porter's 'All of You', emphasises all the rhythmic subtlety of 'Poinciana' and visits Jobim Ladies seeking nsa New haven Indiana 46774Berlin 'How Deep is the Ocean?
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There are nods to other Eales heroes Fats Waller, Charlie Parker, Evans himselfbut overall, Eales, both as composer and soloist, is very much his suolmate man, unshowily virtuosic, hard-swinging where required, but capable of affecting delicacy where appropriate, and his trio is a wonderfully responsive unit, which can be seen on a forthcoming autumn tour.
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His virtuoso technique got inside Yf style to the extent that pieces such as "Turn Out the Stars" became fresh interpretations, rather than convincing copies. In this case, the theme itself was set out clearly, with lovely rhapsodic runs weaving through it, commenting on the melody, playing tricks with the time and adding dazzlingly Looking for 71657 of substance new figures.
Central to the Evans concept was the notion of sharing the melodic development of a Hot and ready women with the bassist, and a string of soloists he employed, including Scott leFaro, Eddie Gomez and Marc Johnson, became a roll call of the most adept bassists in Jazz.
Happily, Eales has found the ideal bassist to continue this tradition in Roy Babbington, whose deft fingering, innate sense of swing and melodic imagination was a perfect complement to the piano. I have seldom heard him play so well and his solos on pieces such as "My Romance" fizzled with energy and innovation. With Mark Fletcher rounding out the trio with some emphatic drumming, this sounded more like a top flight American band than a British group. This is an exceptional piano trio, playing an unusual and varied repertoire with an uncanny level of skill and commitment, and well worth seeking out as it tours the country" Read Less.
Like the stand up comedian, the solo pianist has no place to hide: Geoff's exuberance is there no matter what the tempo because it is a part of his creative energy that you can sense whatever the tempo. The jazz audience is often very conservative. People like musicians to fit neatly into categories, Geoff does not do that. He delights in technique not for its own sake but because it allows him to be clear.
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If you have Beautiful submissive lady love for solo piano jazz played with passion and intelligence by an original this is a CD you should seek out. Without knowing it, you will have heard his keyboard playing on TV themes, film sountracks, advertizing jingles and so on.
Fortunately he has started to record some of his own music and this is his first solo effort. To say that it covers a lot of ground is putting it mildly.
From the delicate tracery of "No Sou,mate Tears" to "Funkin' at Greasy Jo's", Eales conducts a kind of guided tour of pianistic moods and styles. A fascinating hour's music". If you get the chance to catch Geoff and his trio don't miss out, as it will be a memorable experience. Women want nsa Hewett West Virginia CDs you buy this year include this, as talented musicians like this don't grow on trees.
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While we took cover under the sofa to avoid the falling debris from the ceiling, we gasped, astonished, as Eales' propelled the band's standard charts into the stratosphere through sheer mind blowing inventiveness. While Eales pays tribute to his inspirations, his approach to a dusty standard such as Let's Face The Music And Dance is fasten seatbelts, hang on and prepare for the ride of your life.
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The M. Monk's almost inevitable 'Round Midnight opens with an unexpected abstractness against Mark Fletcher's cymbal sound, and it develops with a distinctly un-Monklike suaveness This is a gracefully Swansea SC housewives personals set of its kind.
Eales is a PhD music graduate from my home town, Cardiff, and this however is my first encounter with his music, although it transpires that my father taught Geoff during his school days in the mid-sixties! Bassist, Roy Babbington, needs no introduction having spent so much time playing in the quartet of that illustrious British pianist, Stan Tracey as well as stints with Barbara Thompson, Ian Carr's Nucleus, and also the BBC Big Band; whilst drummer Mark Fletcher has been steadily amassing a considerable reputation as one 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate leading drummers, and has been house drummer at Ronnie Scott's Club since The Trio are a regular working unit and this empathy and understanding is evident throughout.
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Geoff Eales is one of the few pianists in the world with a technique capable of interpreting the sounds of the 'masters' whilst still playing creative individual jazz. Roy Babbington has developed a style and range on the bass which turns it into a genuine solo instrument.
Mark Fletcher's cohesive drumming creates the drive and all three coalesce and swing remarkably. Opening with Oscar Peterson's 'Hole in One', Geoff set the scene for a journey through jazz piano evolution. His short rendition of Scott Joplin's 'The Entertainer' demonstrated the era of stride. Fats Waller's 'Ain't Misbehavin'' took the genre forward with a more flexible right hand style and some double tempo. Art Tatum's interpretation of 'Tea for Two' was incredible and highlighted Eales' superb technical ability and fluency.
Errol Garner's 'Misty' was appropriate for this concert by the albeit not always visible sea! The seashore mood was continued with some Jobim; 'Triste' was uptempo and very much in the trio's own robust style with a tasty drum solo from mark. Bach but was great jazz and a musical world away from the last number in the first set - Thelonious Monk's '52nd Street' - Tempus fugit!! Everybody likes a Gershwin tune but not everybody recognises George's own piano style.
Geoff reminded us by opening the second set with 'Lady be good' and then switching into 'Lullaby of Birdland' from the man he described as Britain's best pianistic export - George Shearing. Another, but less well known, export was Victor Feldman's lovely ballad 'A face like yours'. Geoff then put in a request from one of our members for the fabulous Bill Evans - 'Waltz for Debby' - outstanding.
Ellington also provided the last number 'Take the A Train', a popular closer for many jazz combos. 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate, despite protests from the staff about 'time-up' the audience just kept applauding until the trio came back for an encore and Geoff chose from the trio's new CD Cole Porter's 'Let's face the music and dance'. Oscar Peterson, George Shearing, Errol Garner and Thelonious Monk were among those whose talents were celebrated here and the audience were enthralled.
Geoff's dexterous fingers danced their way through a cavalcade of jazz classics, including Lullabie of Birdland, Misty and A Face Like Yours. The work of Dave Brubeck - 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate very first performance at the Taliesin way back in - was also included, with a rousing arrangement of Take Five. Geoff's knowledge of the subject was admirable and he used this to great effect, delivering an informative commentary on the history of jazz piano and the pioneers who played such an important 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate.
Musicianship of this quality is something to be savoured. The concept was a brilliant one and the jazz excellent and quite a revelation for those who had not heard Geoff Eales' wonderful playing before. The support given to both vocalists was faultless throughout an evening that was to put it plainly, magical. This is my first hearing of this fine artist. Eales is a robust, forceful player who makes full use of the resources of his instrument - he sounds completely at home solo and his two handed strength reminds me a lot of the confident sound that Oscar Peterson and Ray Bryant in particular produced without rhythm section backing.Lady Wants Casual Sex Shorterville
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A previous album Mountains Of Fire Eales says, was 'devoted to breathing new life into well known standards. A most enjoyable album of contemporary jazz piano playing from a talented artist, with plenty to say. Audio quality is excellent. Playing time commendable. According to the liner the earlier disc was "a vehicle for breathing new life into a series of well-known standards, this CD offers the listener far more in the way of totally original material. To counter-balance this I have included some old favourites.
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One of the refreshing aspects of his playing is the fact that he does not allow his facility to dictate his delivery. He does not, at any time, resort to glibness or coast to fill space. Eales has a well-developed sense of harmony and has obviously listened to such as McCoy Tyner and Cedar Walton, not only does he use their varied, often dense voicings, but 24 yr Berwick-upon-Tweed musician looking for soulmate is also a great sense of drive in this area of his playing.
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His compositions are interesting and often touching, and his versions of the better known numbers are assured and yet personal. It is always a pleasure to hear Jim Mullen and this excursion is no exception.
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Roy Babbington and Mark Fletcher are quite simply as good as you would hope to find on their chosen instruments and fulfil their roles here with style and confidence. Jim Mullen joins the trio for two tracks and there are four solo piano tracks. Geoff has the ability to mix a semi-classical-plu-McCoyTynerish approach to his Croatia singles porn, particularly evident in "I Should Care" and the almost concerto fkr of "But Beautiful" in the solo tracks.