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The Five Corners Quintet - Chasing The Jazz Gone By

the best of 2005 part 1The Five Corners Quintet Chasing The Jazz Gone ByThe Five Corners Quintet Chasing The Jazz Gone By
The Five Corners Quintet - Chasing The Jazz Gone By
(CD/LP) Ricky-Tick Records RTCD01/RT007, 2005-09-01

Info :
Jazz post-moderne 'stylisé pour le dancefloor', fortement influencé par le jazz classique et le 'latin jazz' du début des années 60, dirigé par le producteur multi-cartes Tuomas Kallio (Nuspirit Helsinki) et le manager du label Ricky-Tick Antti Eerikäinen.

Tracklisting :
01. Blue Cycles feat. Okou
02. Trading Eights
03. Interlope
04. This Could Be The Start Of Something feat. Mark Murphy
05. Straight Up
06. Three Corners
07. Case Study feat. Okou 08. Lighthouse
09. Before We Say Goodbye feat. Mark Murphy
10. Unsquare Bossa
11. The Devil Kicks
12. Jamming (With Mr Hoagland) feat. Mark Murphy
Bonus track for Europe - on Milan Music CD pressing only :
13. Taxi Driver
Bonus tracks for Japan only :
13. Three Corners (Nicola Conte Shahib's Samba Version)
14. The Devil Kicks (Sumo On Wheel Remix)

Mark Murphy: vocals
Okou: vocals
Eero Koivistoinen: tenor sax
Timo Lassy: tenor & baritone sax, flute
Jukka Eskola: trumpet & flugelhorn
Severi Pyysalo: vibes
Kim Rantala: piano & organ
Mikael Jakobsson: piano
Antti Lötjönen: bass
Teppo Mäkynen: drums
Abdissa Assefa: percussion

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