Storm in a Teacup

by Campbell Rae Dyne

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K.C. Blues 04:00
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There Wont 06:00
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Hands On 02:44
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Sydney-based ex-pat guitarist Al Campbell, Scottish-born Wellington-based drummer, John Rae, and legendary Wellington-based bassist Paul Dyne, have combined to produce an album brimming with passion and vitality. Perhaps more than any other Jazz Series release so far, Storm in a Teacup exudes one of the fundamental qualities of good jazz - joy. The album is comprised of ten uninhibited examples of jazz at its most sincere and unpretentious. The playing is excellent, the recording superb, and the music is honest and infectious.

Al was born in Lower Hutt in 1979. He lived and worked in the UK after completing a Bachelor of Music with Honours in jazz guitar at NZSM, and now lives and works in Melbourne. John was born in Edinburgh in 1966, and recorded his first album at 16 with legendary saxophonist Tommy Smith. He has recorded over 30 albums, and as a member of the acclaimed Brian Kellock Trio has backed a who’s-who of top international jazz musicians. Since moving to NZ with his family in 2005, John has continued his busy playing and recording activities, and was composer in residence at the New Zealand School of Music for 2009-2010.

credits

released October 24, 2011

Al Campbell - guitar
John Rae - drums
Paul Dyne - bass

Produced by Al Campbell, John Rae, and Paul Dyne
Recorded by Richard Caigou at the New Zealand School of Music,
Wellington
Mixed and mastered by Steve Garden at Garden Shed Music Studio,
Auckland
Photography by Stephen Gibbs
Designed by UnkleFranc

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