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"Paul is an accomplished musician. A student of the Royal Academy and an enviable scholarship to the Guildhall, he has played with some great musicians and some poor ones. But the poor ones looked and sounded better when he played."
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With this CD, I have attempted to create a balance. With a light-hearted and sometimes tongue-in-cheek approach Iíll admit, but hopefully this may instill in the listener, a pleasant mixture of feelings and emotions.
There is a touch of Latin as in Bossa for Sir Les Patterson and a leaning towards a gentle soft rock during the sixteen bar repeat in Asso Beulb......Read more and listen
This CD holds a mix of moods and feelings with sounds stemming from Australian, Morocco and India. Another source of inspiration comes from some of the talented Valenciano musicians who I've been playing with over the years......Read more and listen
The earliest form was dixieland, which has sometimes been called traditional jazz, 'New Orleans', and 'New Orleans jazz'. However, the tradition of jazz in New Orleans has taken on various forms that have either branched out from original dixieland or taken entirely different paths altogether......Read more and listen
one day at a time
Album of timeless classic standards from the reportoire of the last 70 years in jazz music......Read more and listen