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Midnight till dawn

Author: James Morrison; Harry Morrison; William Morrison; Patrick Danao; James Morrison Quartet (Musical group)
Publisher: Australia : ABC Jazz : Distributed in Australia by Universal Music Group, [2018].
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Australian jazz legend James Morrison presents his first album with his own quartet - including his sons William (guitar) and Harry (double bass), alongside Patrick Danao on drums. Following performances at the BBC Proms and throughout the US in 2017, the foursome has already forged a reputation as a hot new property in jazz, combining experiences and vitality to create unforgettable performances. Recorded at Abbey  Read more...
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James Morrison; Harry Morrison; William Morrison; Patrick Danao; James Morrison Quartet (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 1029877204
Notes: Cataloged from container.
Compact disc.
ABC Jazz : 470 4193.
Cast: James Morrison Quartet: James Morrison (piano, flugel horn, trombone, tenor sax, trumpet) ; Harry Morrison (bass) ; William Morrison (guitar) ; Patrick Danao, drums.
Event notes: Recorded at Abbey Road Studios.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 12 cm.
Contents: Candy --
Deep purple --
The night was sultry --
Out of nowhere --
I hadn't thought about you --
Chopstix --
Strawberry milk --
The fox --
This is real --
You're nobody 'til somebody loves you.
Other Titles: Midnight until dawn
Responsibility: James Morrison Quartet (James Morrison, William Morrison, Harry Morrison, Patrick Danao).

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Australian jazz legend James Morrison presents his first album with his own quartet - including his sons William (guitar) and Harry (double bass), alongside Patrick Danao on drums. Following performances at the BBC Proms and throughout the US in 2017, the foursome has already forged a reputation as a hot new property in jazz, combining experiences and vitality to create unforgettable performances. Recorded at Abbey Road in London over one night, the album captures a moment in time, and gives us the opportunity to eavesdrop on an extraordinary session of music-making. James Morrison himself tells the story "My quartet was recording an album at the fabled Abbey Road Studios in London with the BBC Concert Orchestra and Peter Cobbin, one of the best engineers in the world. It doesn't get any better than that, and my only regret was that we didn't have time to record the quartet on their own while we were there. The orchestra recordings were all day and we had gigs in the evening - so no time, unless you go into the studio between midnight and dawn... This was one of those sessions where the band are relaxed and in the mood to play, the lights are low and the vibe is good, the daytime hustle of a big studio has ended and only the musicians and engineer are there to hear the music. We simply called tunes we felt like playing - some standards, some originals, some ballads, some swingers... All off-the-cuff and all with a sense of just capturing how we were playing at the time. Musicians evolve, planned projects come and go, but this is simply a snapshot of a band on the road, captured mid-tour, almost as though you were listening in on a late-night jam session... Actually, you are".

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