Luke Gilliam Adam Daudrich and Trio Resistances | New Day Volume I

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New Day Volume I

by Luke Gilliam Adam Daudrich and Trio Resistances

Hard-hitting improvised music inspired by Wayne Shorter, Bela Bartok, and Dmitry Shostakovich.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Yellow Moon Over Nairobi
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5:29 album only
2. New Day
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3:02 album only
3. Three For Luke
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3:13 album only
4. Da Konga
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2:39 album only
5. Time Shift Open
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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About Me: Luke Gilliam began his first designs and collages at the age of seven. In 1998 he completed a diploma in Audio Engineering at Trebas Institute in Toronto. He then went on to work as a recording engineer and executive producer for some of the top artists in the jazz industry including Quinsin Nachoff (Songlines Recordings), Arthur Blythe (Savant Records), Dave Ellis (Milestone Records), Adam Daudrich, John Oswald, Bruno Tocanne, Lionel Martin, and Benoît Keller. In addition to his work as a visual artist and engineer, Luke has directed a short-run compilation for Sundance Records called Beneath The Moon, featuring Stefano Bollani, Trio Résistances, and Jakob Dineson with special guest Eddie Gomez. Ten promotional-edition copies of this compilation were sent out in November 2005 to network leading players in North America and Europe.


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Eugene Maguire, Freelance Music Writer

Yellow Moon Over Nairobi
Yellow Moon Over Nairobi is an impressive piece of work. I loved the harmony of the saxes and it's a whole complex shifting piece that keeps moving onto another level.

Ron Phelan, Bristol

Now that's a nice raw album.
I'd say that's raw modern jazz! Thumbs up Luke.

Rodrigo Bernardo, Bath

Very impressive
I have listened to all of the songs on this disc. For me Yellow Moon Over Nairobi is the most impressive and is very melodius.

Telche

Very bluesy sound
I have to say quite a bluesy sound, I like it! Fav tune is New Day. Cheers!

Eugene Maguire, Freelance Music Writer

Yellow Moon Over Nairobi
Yellow Moon Over Nairobi - I loved the harmony of the saxes and it's a whole complex shifting piece that keeps moving onto another level.