Adam Parry-Davies piano
Patrick Case guitar, synth, programming

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Catalogue No: LOS 290-2
EAN: 7090025832901


Gary Alesbrook trumpet                  3,6,9
Nick Malcolm trumpet                      1
David Adewumi trumpet                  7
Mike Rodriguez trumpet                  1,3,6,7,8
James Morton alto sax                      1,2,5,6,8,10,11
Sam Shotaka tenor sax                       1,3,4,5,9
James Carter tenor sax                      2,9,11
Jim Barr double bass                           2,8,9
Kaisa Mäensivu double bass             3,4
Pasquale Votino double bass            2
Otto Hashmi electric bass                   5,6
Alex Hutchings electric bass, guitar 1,4,6,7,10,11
Jared Schonig drums                           1,3,4,6,7,9,11
Justin Brown drums                             8,11

Recorded between September 2022 to July 2023 by Patrick Case who recorded Adam’s piano on location at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Gary Alesbrook’s and Nick Malcolm’s trumpet, James Morton’s and Sam Shotaka’s saxophones, Jim Barr’s, and Pasquale Votino’s double basses, Otto Hashmi’s and Alex Hutchings’ electric bass at the Operating Theatre in Bristol, UK

Brian Bender recorded Justin Brown’s drums at The Motherbrain, Los Angeles, USA
Alex Conroy recorded James Carter’s saxophone, Mike Rodriguez’s and David Adewumi’s trumpet, Kaisa Mäensivu’s double bass and Jared Schonig’s drums at The Bunker Studio, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Mixed August 2023 by Neil Goody at the Premises Studio, London, UK
Mastered September 2023 by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road Studios, London
Produced by Patrick Case and Adam Parry-Davies
Inside cover photo a selfie from Bunker Studios, Brooklyn
Photo and design by Max Franosch

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Adam and Patrick followed a similar pathway in  these records as they have in the past for their first and second albums and first single. They began two years ago in the UK in Birmingham and Bristol where they created 62 demos with help from local Bristol Jazz musicians.  They selected 12 tracks and took these to the Bunker studio in Brooklyn where Alex recorded additional parts from 5 New York Jazz musicians. The music was brought back to London and mixed in the Premises studios and mastered at Abbey Road and Metropolis studios.
Sometimes a record is like a postcard. It can capture a moment to allow you to remember where you were and who you were with. With this idea in mind, each of these tracks was created with the help of a visual image. For example, in ‘Across the water’ you might be looking across a lake in the early morning and a breath of wind shoots ripples across the water and a bird looks silently down from a branch. Or in ‘Farewell’ where someone is saying goodbye to the one they love at a railway station, but they’ve never told them and that’s why they’re leaving. And just as the train starts to move all the words that they meant to say come spilling out, but the other person can’t hear as the train window is closed and they’re left alone on an empty platform. Or in ‘Fever Dream’ where a child is ill in bed at night with a high temperature, and the moon shines through the curtains casting shadows on the wall that look like wild animals. Or in ‘Ristrophe’ when you are back in the day of Charlie Parker.