Katie Elliott | Walking the Edge

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Walking the Edge

by Katie Elliott

Thirteen original pieces for solo piano inspired by life in the English Cotswolds.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Sky, Like Thistledown
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2. The Pursuit
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3. Crane School
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4. An Unquiet Mind
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5. Walking the Edge
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6. Misunderstandings
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7. Y Is For Leaf
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8. Amitié
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9. Across the Bay
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10. Kit and Keturah
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11. Rushmire
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12. Friendly Monsters
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13. If It's Not Too Late...
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Thank god for the flu that gave me time to properly listen to this album, and thank the goddess for this album that (I'm convinced) completely cured me of whatever malaise it was. Katie Elliott moved out to Wotton-under-Edge a few years ago and her experience raising a family there infuses this beautiful solo recording of original piano pieces. That, and an impressive ability to realise all sorts of emotions through composition and improvisation, because this is music that really 'feels', whether in the abstracted pastoralism of the title track, the profound statement of friendship that is 'Amitie' or the fragile plaint of 'If It's Not Too Late'. Rarely have I heard such emotional clarity expressed so simply and directly and it's my firm opinion that this wonderful record should be available on the National Health." (5 stars) Tony Benjamin, Venue Magazine, Bristol UK


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