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Vague Hotels

by Simon Fisk

Acoustic Jazz Trio with electronic undertones. Featuring Jerry Granelli, Chris Gestrin.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Still in My Own Prison
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2. You Wont See Me Again
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3. Don't Throw Stones
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4. Of No Consequence
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5. One Is the Water
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6. Not the Fish
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7. Is There Anymore?
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8. Vague Hotels
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9. Where Did You Go
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10. How About This?
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11. Monkey Waits
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12. A Place to Roam
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Album Notes

“Canadian Bassist Simon Fisk is in the top rung of jazz bass players.
Why is this guy not huge? Buy some of his records and spread the word.” Mike Wood

“…bassist Simon Fisk has put together one of the finest modern jazz sets I\'ve heard in a long while…a master class in musicians exploring their genre and each other.” Stuart Hamilton

“Wonderful, probing music from an inventive group that would rival anything currently on the European scene. Do not underestimate these guys.”
Sammy Goulbourne New Style Radio - 98.7fm

“… a great high level of refinement and creative capability. Alternating lyric episodes with more rhythmic moments, interlace with melodic soul and harmonic heart. Coming from the lesson of the past, SIMON FISK\'s music is for our present, working for a new listening future. True genuine art for those loving good emotions.” Scazzola Giovanni Pietro - radio gold popular network - Italy

“Mingus at his best! Play on brother!” Keith West The Fusion Intrusion show
KVMR in Nevada City,ca.

“This is one of the most beautifully crafted Jazz CD\'s I have had the pleasure of receiving for some time. The musicians who feature on this work are among the most talented in their field. Their superb arrangements and beautiful phrasing combine to present a stylish contemporary recording that is gold class. I long to hear more from this band and will feature tracks from this glorious recording on my national jazz program \"A Jazz Hour\" which is heard nationally each week across Australia via the CBAA network.” Barry O\'Sullivan-Producer/Presenter A Jazz Hour

‘’Really top drawer jazz . Compelling listening.” Richard Good, Radio One 91 FM

“Excellent! What more can I say?...brilliant!” David Kowalski, DJ Jippers

“Simply fantastic. I don\'t know what else to say about this disc!”. Jason Wellwood CILU 102.7 FM

“beautiful, forthcoming, and challenging...a recording that begs repeated can only hope that this group records more music as they continue to challenge musical boundaries.” Randy McElligot

“Simply superlative. World class. I\'ll place this on the good-stuff CD shelf right next to Ron Carter and Buster Williams. Sweet, soulful and spellbinding. When you play New York, let me know.”
Frank Matheis, WKZE 98.1 FM in NY/CT/Mass.


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carole hayes

Vague Hotels
This is very exciting stuff. This is one of those jazz groups that grabs you from the first couple of bars and then holds you enthralled to the very last track. A great addition to any music program and a must for your Christmas list.
Just sample "Don't Throw Stones" and "Where Did You Go" and you will be hooked. Carole Hayes "All the Best" heard on Shoalhaven Radio Nowra, Australia