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The Art Is In The Rhythm

by Trevor Watts & Liam Genockey

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    Recorded by Trevor Watts at the Banbury Spice Mill, 3rd November 1989. CD Digipack with notes written by Trevor Watts and photographs from Jak Kilby.

    "The music on this recording definitely has a mainly Jazz slant, so I thought it a good idea to dedicate it to other Jazz players (Charlie Parker and Eric Dolphy), that represent the best of that music and were an inspiration to us and many more players. I felt a recording that represented this very important project, and what we achieved together, was long overdue. So here we offer you some music we played in 1989. But still sounds, to me, as fresh as the day we first played it."

    Trevor Watts May 2022

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I felt a recording that represented this very important project, and what we achieved together in terms of the final results, was long overdue. So here we offer you some music we played in 1989. But still sounds, to me, as fresh as the day we first played it.

I am both glad I got the chance to play like this, and now to share it with many more people than before. There are lots of surprises in here I think, and heaps of great playing.

Big thanks to John Thurlow of Jazz in Britain for enthusiastically taking this on, and helping to build the pathway between us and the listener. I am sure that most people who get a chance to hear this music will take away good and memorable feelings.

Trevor Watts, May 2022

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released August 19, 2022

Trevor Watts – soprano & alto sax
Liam Genockey – drums

1. Rhythmic Variants 28.02
2. Echoes of Bird 25.44
3. Dedicated to Eric D 12.15

Total playing time: 66.01

All compositions by Trevor Watts & Liam Genockey (PRS/MCPS)
Recorded by Trevor Watts at the Banbury Spice Mill, 3rd November 1989
Mastered by Trevor Watts @ ARC Studios Hastings, May 2022
Photos - The Jak Kilby Trust courtesy of Zak Kilby
Design - Richard Moore
Executive Producer - John Thurlow

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A not-for-profit organisation, whose aim is to collect, curate, preserve, celebrate and promote the legacy of British jazz musicians. The archive collects, curates and preserves off-air and other recordings of British jazz performances.
The organisation will publish books, release vinyl, CDs and downloads, working in partnership with musicians and their families.
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