Rupert Leighton | Utter Karma

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Utter Karma

by Rupert Leighton

Vibrant jazz, deep funk/house and hot summer sounds
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. R U Amuzd?
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2. 2nd Hand Camel
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3. Mirage
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4. Shadows On the Lake
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5. Utter Karma
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6. Sleeping City
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7. Club Miquid Licks
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8. Izak Krem
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9. A Place In the Shade
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10. Love That Summer Feelin'
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rupert Leighton's third album release Utter Karma.

The players -

Rupert Leighton - piano, keyboards, saxophone, vocals, bass and drum programming
Graham Hutton - trumpet and flugel horn
Ian Beer - saxophone

Previous Reviews -

‘Englishman Rupert Leighton has a way with making his piano dance, whether to digital bass and rhythmical programs or to lavish cymbal and horn formations. The album is a synthesis of Jamiroquai-like beats and Chopin’s rattling piano flitters…club/dance jazz that forms great escapes to plunge into and feel free. It’s music whose elements are familiar, but have never been arranged like this before’ – (JAZZ REVIEW.COM)

‘Rupert Leighton plays some of the funkiest keyboards you will hear anywhere. He’s returned with a fresh collection of fusion flavoured jazz that is sure to get him noticed.’ – (SMOOTH JAZZ THERAPY, UK)

‘A young genius - he opens new perspectives in contemporary jazz. Intelligent arrangements and consistent conversion of ideas, talent and acquired mastership make this album something special in the music world.’ – (SMOOTHJAZZ.DE)


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