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Harrison, Jackson Trio: Sintering (Hatology)

Melodic and texturally rich jazz from the trio of pianist Jackson Harrison with Ben Waples on double bass and brother James Waples on drums, a lyrical album of original compositions named for the process of coalescing a powder into a solid by heating it without liquefaction.
 

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Jackson Harrison-piano

Ben Waples-doublebass

James Waples-drums


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UPC: 752156072324

Label: Hatology
Catalog ID: Hatology723
Squidco Product Code: 21673

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded at Lee Studio, in Sydney, Australia, on September 6th, 2013, by Ivan Vizintin.

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"Jackson Harrison is a jazz pianist, solo recitalist, and composer. A multi award-winning musician who has toured internationally, Jackson won the 2006 National Jazz Awards at The Wangaratta Jazz Festival and was a finalist in the 2010 Freedman Jazz Fellowships. Jackson's debut album Land Tides was recorded in New York and released on Switzerland's Hat Hut Records to critical acclaim. He currently lives in Sydney."


Artist Biographies

"Jackson Harrison is a jazz pianist, solo recitalist, and composer. A multi award-winning musician who has toured internationally, Jackson won the 2006 National Jazz Awards at The Wangaratta Jazz Festival and was a finalist in the 2010 Freedman Jazz Fellowships. Jackson's debut album Land Tides was recorded in New York and released on Switzerland's Hat Hut Records to critical acclaim. He currently lives in Sydney."

-Jackson Harrison Website (https://jacksonharrison.net/bio/)
2/26/2024

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"Born 1981 in Burrawang NSW into a family of musicians, Ben has rapidly become recognised as being among the elite of Australia's young bassists. Moving to Sydney in 2000 to begin his study at Sydney Conservatorium's Jazz Course, Ben was soon performing alongside some of Australia's key Jazz musicians including Mike Nock, Judy Bailey, Bernie McGann, John Pochee, Dale Barlow, among many others. Ben has played in the Vince Jones Band since 2006."

-Vince Jones Website (http://vincejones.com.au/player/ben-waples-bass/)
2/26/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Preludial 6:53

2. Roundel 11:14

3. Sintering 4:51

4. Charcoal Chorale 11:21

5. Day For Night 5:51

6. River Dolphin 7:29

7. Fin 5:15

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Improvised Music
Jazz
Trio Recordings
Melodic and Lyrical Jazz
Hat Art

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