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'Giulia's Thursdays' John Taylor

John Taylor
Nov 30, 2012 Updated Dec 7, 2012

Featuring UK pianist John Taylor and his trio's dedication to Italian film-score composer Carlo Rustichelli.

Tracks on the album

1. 'Titoli - Main Titles'
2. 'Canto D'Amore'
3. 'Un Amore A Roma'
4. 'Marcia Funebre'
5. 'Tarantella Della Liberazione'
6. 'L'Onuri Di L'Ascaluni'
7. 'Guerresco Ed Elegiaco'
8. 'I Giovedi Della Signora Giulia'
9. 'Partons'

All compositions: Carlo Rustichelli

In the band

John Taylor; piano
Palle Danielsson; bass
Martin France; drums

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On Dec 11, 2012. 10:19am
ABC Jazz said

Hi Harry - well spotted...!
We've alerted our friends at The Sydney Opera House Project about this and they're looking to amend it.
Thanks for pointing this out. All the best,
ABC Jazz.

On Dec 8, 2012. 4:30pm
Harry Monty said

I followed your link to the Dave Brubeck & Sons concert on the Sydney Opera House Project and watched the recording with fond memories have attended the concert.

After viewing I watched another segment with James Morrison and Margaret Throsby. Unfortunately Margaret spoke about Sonny Rollins as "the late great". As far as I am aware Sonny is still alive and playing. Maybe this section can be amended.

Best regards

Harry Monty

On Dec 6, 2012. 10:01am
ABC Jazz said

Hi Brian, great story - glad you're still with us on ABC Jazz though...!

On Dec 3, 2012. 6:25pm
Brian Mann said

John Taylor, Dave Holland and myself shared a flat in Muswell Hill, London in1966/7.

Two of the three went on to achieve musical fame and fortune. The third went on to achieve..err..um..musical oblivion. Such is life.

Brian Mann

On Dec 2, 2012. 11:42am
Christopher Lynch said

A truly unique pianist with a style defying categorisation. Had the rush of seeing him live at Ronnie Scott's London many years ago and sat mesmerised - particularly as he had that electrifying drummer, Tony Oxley, included in his trio.

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