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Tony Gould Quartet


The Tony Gould Quartet : Live in Concert / featuring Graeme Lyall

  • Published by Move Records [MD3178] — 1 CD
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Join some of Australia's most talented jazz musicians, pianist Tony Gould, saxophonist Graeme Lyall, with Ben Robertson (double bass) and George Polyhronakos (drums) on an aural adventure where the only rules, for players and listeners, are keep your ears open for the logical AND the unexpected and ENJOY!

This CD of well known and much loved jazz pieces provides an entertaining and valuable recording of some of this country's greatest jazz talents in spontaneous performance, including the extraordinarily talented saxophonist Graeme Lyall. Widely regarded as one of the greatest jazz saxophone players and arrangers Australia has produced.

All of the performances are spontaneous in every way, making this not so much a recording as a couple of 'captured' live concerts.

Includes 'Hello Young Lovers', 'Inchworm', 'Black Orpheus', 'You Are My Heart's Delight', 'How Insensitive', 'Con Alma' and 'The Wee Small Hours of the Morning'.


Track Listing

Hello young lovers (Rogers/Hammerstein)
How insensitive (Jobim)
The way you look tonight (Kern/Fields)
Inchworm (Loesser)
Con Alma (Gillespie)
Black Orpheus (Bonfa/Jobim)
You are my heart's delight (Lehar)
The wee small hours of the morning (Mann/Hilliard)


Press Quotes

“Lyall displays a pure tone and an ability to play intricate lines with impeccable control ... stikingly attractive music.”

The Age

“To find two excellent musicians on the one CD is joyous experience and discovery ... [and] while it is live the sound quality and playing would rival anything recorded in a studio ...”

— Greg Fisher, JazzViews

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