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by Steve Fishwick Quartet

Hard swingin' jazz in 1950/60's style, standards, blues, ballads and Bebop.
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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1. That Old Feeling
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2. Stablemates
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3. Deep in a Dream
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4. Humpin' and Bumpin'
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5. A Sleepin' Bee
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6. Samba De Orfeu
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7. All Too Soon
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8. Passport
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Steve Fishwick is a UK based trumpet player,one of the most respected in Europe.He has performed with Herb Geller,Lanny Morgan,Richie Cole,Bob Cranshaw,Earl May,Lew Soloff,Clifford Jarvis,Ronnie Cuber and Scott Hamilton. He was also featured on Anita 'o Day's last album 'Indestructable'.
He also co-leads a quintet with Tenor Saxophonist Osian Roberts which has an album out called 'Too much!' on Hard bop records.Most recentley they recorded an album in New York with piano legend Cedar Walton and young veteran bassist Peter Washington (with Steve's twin brother,Matt Fishwick, filling out the lineup on drums).This is due for release next year.
"One of the best trumpeters this country has ever produced"Tony Hall,Jazzwise.
"Makes an enjoyable case for keeping things as they were in 1956"MOBO.


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Brian Hennessy

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Listened to Jazz since 1940's and only been so excited about a young trumpet player two or three times before. Certainly the best ever of British.