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South West Jazz
This South West based band play sophisticated smooth jazz and Latin music. Performing a rich blend of jazz and authentic Latin grooves, world class jazz saxophone, soulful female vocals and a very funky bassman.
The band perform their music in a cool and unhurried way making them accessible but not intrusive. Ideal for theatres, jazz clubs, restaurants, wine bars, weddings & functions where relaxed quality is a must.
These musicians have worked with many top names in Jazz and popular music including:
Jim Mullen, Roy Williams, Derek Nash, Dick Pearce, Bruce Adams, Digby Fairweather Peter King, Alan Barnes, Jack Bruce, Mark Knightingale Gary Boyle, Jerry Donahue, Chris Farlowe, John Etheridge, Mike Outram, Mike Walker, Craig Milverton, Neil Yeates, Afrodiz Neil Sedaka, Petula Clark, Tom Jones and 2008 X Factor winner Alexandra Burke
Also Available as a duo, trio, quartet or quintet (add guitar).
- Agua de Beber - Astrid Gilberto
- Another Star - Stevie Wonder
- Feel like makin Love - Roberta Flack
- Give me the night - George Benson
- Just the two of us - Bill Withers
- Let it Flow - Grover Washington Jr
- Lovely day - Bill Withers
- Rock with you - Michael Jackson
- Make me a memory - Grover Washington Jr
- Maputo - D Sanborn & Bob James
- Midnight at the Oasis - Maria Mulduar
- Affirmation - George Benson
- We’re in this love together - Al Jarreau
- Papa Lips - Bob Mintzer
- Rio Funk - Lee Ritenour
- Shaker Song - Spyro Gyra
- Streetlife - Crusaders
- Streetwalking - Shakatak
- Rio de Janiero blue -Randy Crawford
- The Goodbye look - Donald Fagen
- Turn your love around - George Benson
- Where is the love - R Flack & D Hathaway
- Winelight - Grover Washington Jr
- Morning Dance - Spyro Gyra
" Mike, a phenomenal bass player, has become a well known artist both in the South West and nationally. It was his exceptional band who were heard here last year - probably the best band of any genre to have ever played here. Even our secretary, who allegedly hates jazz, loved it! Since then, however, he has put together a new band with some of the best known Jazz names in the South-West. If they are half as good as last year’s band then this evening should not be missed! "
Landulph Festival -Cornwall - October 24, 2011