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'Return to the Fire' Tim Garland

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Dec 10, 2015 Updated Dec 18, 2015

UK sax man Tim Garland has had a busy 12 months recording and touring, and he's just dropped a new album.

Tim Garland has followed up his noteworthy Songs to the North Sky with a new record - Return to the Fire. Garland has rekindled musicians that he worked with over 20 years ago, and has brought to the table a plethora of new compositions, as well as a few standards.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Abiding Love'
2. 'Lament' (J. J. Johnson)
3. 'Return to the Fire'
4. 'Valse Pour Ravel'
5. 'Search For Peace' (M. Tyner)
6. 'All Our Summer'

In the band

Tim Garland; saxophones
Gerard Presencer; trumpet, flugelhorn
Jason Rebello; piano, Rhodes
Mick Hutton; double bass
Tom Farmer; double bass
Laurence Cottle; electric bass
Ant Law; guitar
James Maddren; drums
Jeremy Stacey; drums

CD: Return to the Fire by Tim Garland (Edition Records EDNLP1063)
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Tim Garland (born 19 October 1966) is a British jazz saxophonist, composer and band-leader. He is also known for his innovative bass clarinet playing and for his prolific output as composer, blurring the boundaries between modern jazz and classical concert music. He first entered the jazz scene playing alongside Ronnie Scott in a "two tenor" quintet, before quickly establishing himself as a...

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