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Format: CD - Digipack 4 pages
Release date: 02.06.2017
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz

'Within and Without', the third album by saxophonist/bass clarinetist-composer Jeremy Rose features him in an impressive collaboration with US guitar luminary Kurt Rosenwinkel, along with Berlin rhythm section of bassist Andreas Lang, drummer Tobias Backhaus, and Sydney pianist Jackson Harrison. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Rose has travelled extensively, absorbing influences from around the world. Rose shows to be an important emerging voice on ‘Within and Without’, a set of eight distinctive originals, one from Harrison, and an unexpected arrangement of the Australian folk song 'Flashjack'. Rose is an award-winning saxophonist-composer with a PhD in composition and almost a dozen releases with his co-led projects including The Vampires, the 17-piece Earshift Orchestra, The Strides and Compass Quartet. Rose recently received the APRA Professional Development Award for Jazz, the Bell Award for Young Australian Jazz Artist of the Year, and was runner up at the National Jazz Awards saxophone competition. The music was written in a time of great change in Rose’s life; the tumultuous end of a relationship, introspective travels through Morocco and Indonesia, and newfound creative inspiration. Jeremy describes the album as; “opposing forces of attraction and repulsion, joy and anguish, hope and despair, pain and ecstasy.”

Jeremy Rose, Kurt Rosenwinkel - Within and Without

    1 Trawangan 02:52
    2 Within and Without 06:24
    3 Strange Doors 05:59
    4 Afensou 06:25
    5 Night Wanderer 04:15
    6 Zombie 08:11
    7 From the River to You 06:45
    8 Second Chance 05:24
    9 Ballad for Charlie 05:24
    10 Flashjack 04:48

    Jeremy Rose: saxophone
    Jackson Harrison: piano
    Andreas Lang: bass
    Tobias Backhaus: drums
    With guest Kurt Rosenwinkel: guitar

    The Australian
    Sein Spiel zeigt feine, kurze Blicke auf einen gereiften Meister.
    ‚Ich war schon immer fasziniert, beeindruckt und, um ehrlich zu sein, völlig berauscht von seiner rastlosen künstlerischen Natur und seiner ständig forschenden Musik, sowohl als Komponist als auch als Solokünstler‘
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