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'Connect Four' Paul Williamson

2013 MIJF 43 Jazz Futures Open Loose
Nov 8, 2013 Updated Nov 8, 2013

The new Paul Williamson album features his distinctive trumpet in duet mode with four guest pianists.

Tracks on the album

1. 'Piece for Peace'
2. 'Buzzby'
3. 'Drift'
4. 'Inconsolable'
5. 'Good morning Melancholy'
6. 'As You Wish'
7. 'Flow'
8. 'Helix'
9. 'Time Munched'


Paul Williamson; trumpet


Tony Gould (tracks 1, 6)
Paul Grabowsky (tracks 5, 8, 9)
Andrea Keller (tracks 3, 7)
Marc Hannaford (tracks 2, 4)

CD: Connect Four (Jazzhead HEAD190)
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Paul Williamson (born 1950) is a controversial Anglo-Catholic priest in the Church of England. He has brought high-profile civil suits in English courts over matters of Anglican faith and practice, including the ordination of women to the priesthood and the legality of the marriage of Charles, Prince of Wales to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. In 2011, with others, Williamson challenged a major...

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