IDST ( If Destroyed Still True ) | Seven Dials

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Seven Dials

by IDST ( If Destroyed Still True )

Jazz & folk come together in an idiosyncratically English fashion on Seven Dials.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Bingo Wings
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2. Help Me Help You, Help Me, You
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7:26 album only
3. Last Legs
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7:17 album only
4. Nothing Great is Easy ( a tribute to Captain Webb )
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8:36 album only
5. Seven Dials
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9:28 album only
6. Hope
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5:34 album only
7. Grove Road
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8. Vext Next Ex
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9. Home To The Dryad
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bringing together some of the most innovative, exceptional & contemporary musicians in the North, 'If Destroyed Still True' is led by Tommy Evans on drums & features 'Parliamentary Jazz Award' winner Nick Tyson on guitar, Simon Kaylor on sax, Simon Beddoe on Trumpet / Flugel, Johnny Tomlinson on piano and Seth Bennett on Double Bass. Whilst drawing upon influences from Avishai Cohen to Perfect Houseplants IDST have developed a truly orchestral style whilst retaining a focus on improvisation & musical communication. This has resulted in a coming together of jazz & folk in an idiosyncratically English fashion - sweeping melodies, unusual harmonic progression & complex rhythm keeping. IDST are gaining a large following which is set to grow even larger as the group have recently won the Jazz Services 'promoters' Choice' Award 2008 which has secured a showcase performance at this years' London Jazz Festival as well as a nationwide tour in 2009.


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These 2008 winners of the Jazz Services 'Promoters' Choice' Award set their angular improvisations inside a solid structure of carefully executed song craft. Combining elements of through-composed orchestral jazz, the hide-and-seek melodic playfulness heard on albums by Miles Davis’ “second great quintet”, and the liquid tones of modern artists like Bill Frisell, IDST have created a contemporary folk-jazz sound that is progressive without ever being off-putting.