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Another Place
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1 The Thaddean Knot
2 Neutral Tones
3 Rhoda Jean
4 Hebden Water
5 Corpus Et Animus
6 A Moment Of Quiet Resignation
7 Little Girl Blue
8 Shadow Of A Dream
9 Everybody's Song But My Own?
10 Poor Butterfly
11 From Here To There
12 Motif
13 Ambleside
14 Consummation Est


Recorded 4th - 5th Jan 2007.....
"This is not desperate music. It isn’t desperate to be
liked or lauded. It isn’t desperate to be accepted or
applauded. It doesn’t try to please. It just is. And
it’s all the more beautiful for it. It plays the way
children play when no one is looking".

'Mike Walker' from the liner notes

Saxophonist - Andy Schofield & Pianist - Les chisnall
come together for their long awaited duo album.

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  • Barcode: 5060147680010
  • 03/04/2008 Alan BrownleeThe pairing of saxophonist Schofield and pianist Chisnall scores high on melodic sensitivity.Their impeccable, insinuating sound - deployed on beautiful standards like Little Girl Blue or contemporary gems from without (Everybody's Song But My Own) and within the local jazz community (Neutral Tones and Rhoda Jean) - flows back and forth between the duettists, so well-matched in lyricism and eloquence.Hebden Water is well named - with Schofield's floating sax phrases guided by Chisnall's shifting undercurrents.Beautiful but never wispy - the music is too firmly grounded for that. One of the pinnacles of homegrown jazz, and so one of the pinnacles of national jazz too. A classic of chamber jazz