The Cuban Connection. - Stan Tracey Octet - The Later Works (CD, Album)

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  1. This 2CD reissue brings together two classic 's Steam LPs, 'The Bracknell Connection' () and 'The Salisbury Suite' (), by the Stan Tracey Octet plus one previously unheard lengthy 19+ minutes encore from Neither of these recordings has been available on CD before and they have long been sought after by collectors.3/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Later Works on Discogs. Label: Resteamed - RSJ • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz Stan Tracey Octet ‎– The Later Works The Cuban Connection. 4: Building Bridges. 5: Unison.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Later Works - Stan Tracey Octet on AllMusic.
  4. Stan Tracey Quartet - (Senior Moment CD) Stan Tracey Octet - Spring, (The Hong Kong Suite / The Amandia Suite CD) Stan Tracey Duo and Trio - January, (Sound Check CD) Stan Tracey Quartet - Autumn, (A Child's Christmas CD) Stan Tracey Quintet - September, (The Flying Pig CD).
  5. Aug 07,  · Stan Tracey Octet. The Hong Kong Suite: Crackers and Bangers The Later Works. ReSteamed. RSJ CD 1. Stan Tracey Octet. The Amandla Suite: The Cuban Connection.
  6. Tracey later performed Dylan Thomas's epic poem "Under Milk Wood" with Philip Madoc reciting the words on the album Jazz Suite—Under Milk Wood, which should be distinguished from Tracey's earlier instrumental masterpiece of the same name. So all these years later, this poetry and jazz session comes as a welcome surprise.
  7. Stanley William Tracey CBE (30 December – 6 December ) was a British jazz pianist and composer, whose most important influences were Duke Ellington and Thelonious kiljathecombourfrelofzapenodedi.coinfo's best known recording is the album Jazz Suite Inspired by Dylan Thomas's "Under Milk Wood", which is based on the BBC radio drama Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas.
  8. The Cuban Connection, Part 2 by Afropop Worldwide published on TZ We follow a carnival comparsa through the streets of Santiago de Cuba and hear the Haitian-descended Tumba Francesa.
  9. Much of this can be attributed to pianist Stan Tracey, "The Godfather of British Jazz." At 83, the internationally renowned pianist continues to make beautiful music. On his two most recent recordings—one with a quartet and one with an octet—Tracey shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, it appears he's only improved with age.

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