Mick Sexton curates the first compilation of late pianist/keyboard player Pete Jacobsen, with sidemen including Mick Sexton, Tony Marsh, Don Weller, Jimmy Roche, Bobby Wellins, Rob King, Chris Boscoe, &c.
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Catalog ID: FMR 338
Squidco Product Code: 17330
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Digipack, not sealed
Recorded on various dates at different locations.
Pete Jacobsen-piano, various keyboards
Don Weller-tenor saxophone
Chris Boscoe-alto saxophone
Gary Plumley-tenor saxophone
Bobby Wellins-tenor saxophone
Pippa Marland-saxophones, whistle, voice
Rob King-guitar, octave mandola
Diarmaid Moynihan-uillean pipes
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Trevor Taylor is an improvising musician based in the UK, performing electroacoustic improvisation. He is best known for his band Circuit, and his associations with saxophonists Evan Parker and Paul Dunmall. He is also the label leader for FMR (Future Music Records).-Squidco 11/25/2020
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1. Fred Bear the Thread Bare Bear 6:14
2. South Ghost 5:26
3. 1817 4:03
4. Solo piano on tour with Bobby Wellins Quartet 10:23
5. Windows 8:57
6. Sara's Touch 9:31
7. What's Happening 3:10
8. The Spider 4:33
9. Heart and Soul 8:57
10. On Your Marks 9:04
11. Down to Land 8:14
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"For all that knew him Pete Jacobsen was very special It was clear to all those that heard him in those early days that here was a quite extraordinary musician. A prodigious technique, perfect pitch, a formidable musical memory and an encyclopaedic knowledge of a vast area of music set him apart from his contemporaries. He was completely eclectic and could play authoritatively in almost any style. But for all his talent Pete was no Prima Donna. He gave himself generously to every band he played with. He was a uniquely sensitive accompanist and a strong group player. No matter what the musical context Pete would commit himself wholeheartedly to the enterprise. This is vol1 compilation of his work curated by Mick Sexton"-FMR
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