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8 thoughts on “ Ben - Monty Alexander - John Clayton - Jeff Hamilton - Reunion In Europe (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Monty Alexander Trio with John Clayton & Jeff Hamilton April 5 - 8, Reunited Super Trio! FROM: The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA, CONTACT: Rachael Millikan, , [email protected] RE: Performance at.
  2. Aug 20,  · Today is John Clayton’s birthday, and we’re celebrating with one of the bassist’s grooves. Here’s the jazz guru laying it down with Monty Alexander and Jeff Hamilton on the tune “Mojo.” Clayton’s joy for music is infectious. Make sure to check out his solo at the mark. Happy birthday, Mr. Clayton!
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Monty Alexander - John Clayton - Jeff Hamilton - Reunion In Europe at Discogs. Complete your Monty Alexander - John Clayton - Jeff Hamilton collection/5(13).
  4. The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley welcomes a trio of jazz legends reuniting for four nights and six shows - Monty Alexander (piano), John Clayton (bass) and Jeff Hamilton (drums). Show times Thursday at pm, Friday and Saturday at PM and PM and Sunday at PM. Doors open at PM Thursday and PM Friday - Sunday.
  5. He also reunited with Clayton and Hamilton on 's Reunion in Europe and paired with bassist Ray Brown for several dates, including 's Full Steam Ahead and 's The Red Hot Ray Brown Trio. More albums followed, including 's Live at Maybeck and 's reggae-inflected Yard Movement.
  6. “’Nuff said,” is right. When jazz fans hear the names Monty Alexander, John Clayton and Jeff Hamilton in conjunction, they know they’ll be treated great music, played with inspiration, joy and absolutely amazing technical chops. Monty (piano), John (bass) and Jeff (drums) have performed together off and on for almost 40 years.
  7. The last two nights of the jazz shows, on the 27th and 28th, feature Alexander in trio setting, a reunion with bassist John Clayton and drummer Jeff Hamilton. The three performed together on an especially memorable live recording, The Monty Alexander Trio: Live at the Montreux Festival (MPS, ).
  8. This is supposed to be the reunion from the trio's Montreaux debut seven years earlier. However, if you own Montreux Alexander and are looking for the same wild, propulsive music you'll be disappointed. On the other hand, if you want to enjoy Alexander backed by John Clayton on bass and Jeff Hamilton on drums playing with incredible musicality this is a great album/4/5(2).

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