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The Heavy Horns (5th June 2013)

The sense of anticipation was high as this band set up.  After all, The Heavy Horns are one of the most exciting jazz groups around and they had not played The Cask for four years.  Additionally, rather than use the resident trio as in the past, they had their own handpicked rhythm section.
 
The musicians were delighted to see each other - always a good sign - and we could see who had brought what.  Rod Mason had soprano, alto and baritone saxes, Jim Corry had alto and baritone, leaving Stuart MacDonald with tenor and the enormous bass sax.
Posted on 11 Jun 2013 by admin

Alan Barnes, Matthias Seuffert, Jim Birkett Trio (3rd April 2013)

The keynote of this evening was brilliant musicianship delivered with great good humour by all concerned.

Alan Barnes brought clarinet, alto and tenor saxes while Matthias had clarinet and tenor  Mixing and matching these reed instruments allowed refreshing changes in sound, something that Alan seems very conscious of - even the order of solos was unpredictable.
Posted on 11 Jun 2013 by admin

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