Stan Tracey albums
Seventy Something Seventy Something
The Stan Tracey Trio
Trio Records [CD] TR563 Recorded Live at Caedmon Hall, Gateshead 11th Oct 2003 and Gateway Studios 23rd Oct 2003
  • Sound and Sleeve design: Andrew Cleyndert
  • Produced by: Andrew Cleyndert
    After the highly successful release of 'Zach's Dream' by Stan's Trio comes the follow up album 'Seventy Something'. Another live recording, it features two concerts having been recorded at Caedmon Hall in Gateshead, and the Gateway Studios in Kingston. The album starts where the 'Zachs' left off with an amazing display, yet again, of Stan's genius and a remarkable document of the interplay between the trio. Stan has stuck to a selection of standards for this recording, breathing fresh vitality to songs such as 'Here's That Rainy Day' and 'There Is No Greater Love', as well as exploring his favoured piano players' compositions, those of Monk and Ellington. The sound quality even transends the exellance of the previous recording.
    Album Notes John Fordham The Guardian/Jazz UK February 2004: Liner Notes to Come