Canberra Jazz Blog Reviews SPOKE’s Wangaratta Jazz 2014 Performance

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“This was some great playing, expansive but never flashy despite New Orleans references and a touch of free, but it’s more a matter of sum of parts. There was lots of obvious work here, arrangements almost big-bandish, playing tight but light. Open feeling and infectiously joyous. No need to talk of individual strengths. This is communal and skillful but primarily a sheer pleasure. Put this one down to the joy of discovery.”  — Eric Pozza, Canberra Jazz Blog

http://canberrajazz.blogspot.com.au/2014/11/when-in-brooklyn-do-as.html

 

5 Responses to Canberra Jazz Blog Reviews SPOKE’s Wangaratta Jazz 2014 Performance

  1. Thanks for shgnari. What a pleasure to read!

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