The Flying Aces | Hit and Miss

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Hit and Miss

by The Flying Aces

Hit and Miss is the first release from The Flying Aces. It is a light jazz number, dealing with the theme of unrequited love.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Flying Aces are a Brisbane-based group performing the contemporary music of composer Campbell Ross. Although he is known for his works in the field of Classical Guitar, Campbell has always felt drawn to jazz, albeit in its lighter and more accessible form. Hit and Miss is the first single and features vocalist Carly Bennet whose own compositions and performances have been recognised by the Triple J Unearthed initiative. Her debut release can be found at http://www.triplejunearthed.com/CarlyBennett. Joel Woods (guitar) and Tyler Schilling (drums) have performed in bands for many years – most recently in Tramp Fiesta. They too have released their debut album which can be found by visiting http://soundcloud.com/trampfiesta. Many thanks also go to Regis Danillon (piano) and Aidan Arnold (bass) for their invaluable contribution to this track. Enjoy!


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Great , groovin track. Fantastic bass work. The FLAC version got the stereo system singing, the neighbours loved it. What's next?