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Thursday Night Live:

Spike Mason Trio live

Page added Nov 16, 2012 Updated Dec 21, 2012

Hear a live set recorded in the ABC Jazz Studios, featuring Spike Mason (Tas), Matt McMahon (Syd) and Mark Lau (NY). Online now.

Gallery

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Tracks in this feature

1. 'Najika'
2. 'Lament'
3. 'A Tad Strange'
4. 'Odd Socks'
5. 'The Chalice'
6. 'Blues For All'
7. 'Lea’s Theme'
8. 'Andy’s Folks'

All compositions: Spike Mason, except ‘A Tad Strange' (Matt McMahon)

In the band

Spike Mason: soprano saxophone
Matt McMahon; piano
Mark Lau; bass

Recorded: August 2, 2012
Studio 227, ABC Sydney
Engineer: James Kennedy

 

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Broadcast

Nov 22, 2012. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Artist Biography

Fromwikipedia

Matt McMahon is a pianist/keyboardist /composer based in Australia. He leads his own groups and co-leads "Band of Five Names" with Phil Slater and Simon Barker. Matt won the national Jazz award in 1999, and the Freedman Jazz Fellowship for 2005. He has played/recorded with Dale Barlow, Greg Osby, Phil Slater, Katie Noonan, Vince Jones, Bobby Previte, Dave Panichi, Steve Hunter, Jazzfolk, Guy...

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