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Hampshire & FoatUpturned Glass ... LP
Blue Crystal (UK), 2021. New Copy ... $28.99 32.99
A beautiful chapter in the continuing sonic evolution of keyboardist Greg Foat and guitarist Warren Hampshire – working here on a set that's got maybe some of their most complex combinations to date! As before, there's a wonderful ear for overall sound – a quality that comes both from Foat's production and Hampshire's use of some field recordings alongside the instrumentation – but augmented by light use of a string quartet, who blend in perfectly with the jazz musings of the core group, at a level that's sometimes funky, sometimes more cinematic, with a warmly shifting mode throughout the entire set. Foat plays Fender Rhodes, vibes, and moog – and titles include "6000 Drunks Clinging To A Landslip", "The Upturned Glass", "Morning Walk", "Evening Song", and "Pool In The Rose". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Hampshire & FoatGalaxies Like Grains Of Sand ... LP
Athens Of The North (UK), 2017. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Spacey sounds from the dream team of Warren Hampshire and Greg Foat – a set that feels a bit like music that Foat previously recorded under his own name, but which also has a more spiritual sound overall! Hampshire plays guitar and auto harp, and Foat plays Fender Rhodes, vibes, and other keyboards – but those instruments are just part of the sound here – as there's also some added strings, tenor, and other elements from time to time – inflecting the music with a visionary quality that reminds us of some of the more freethinking records coming out in the early 70s – especially the kind of small label sets that were years ahead of their time, and only finally getting their due all these many years later. The presentation of the package echoes the style of older Michael Garrick material on the UK Argo Records – and there's definitely a depth here to live up to that spirit, but also a warmer vibe overall. Titles include "How The Nights Can Fly", "Lullaby", "The Solar Winds", "A Long Way Home", and "All Washed Up". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Hampshire & FoatSaint Lawrence ... CD
Athens Of The North (UK), 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The duo of Warren Hampshire and Greg Foat keep on getting more and more interesting as the years go on – to a point where they seem to be carving out a really special place in music that might well be a genre of their own! The music here represents a wonderful evolution of their skills together – sounds that are still steeped in older elements of jazz, funk, and other modes – but which have also taken on a new sort of complexity, yet all without ever losing the organic, immediate approach that makes them so compelling! There's a blend here that's as if an Italian soundtrack of the 70s used spiritual jazz for its instrumentation – long flowing tracks that unfold with a gentle sort of beauty – with Hampshire on guitars and percussion, Foat on organ, guitar, piano, and kalimba – and other instrumentation on bells, gongs, flute, and percussion. Titles include "The Solitude Of Certitudes", "Woody Bay", "Out On The Side", "The Undercliff", "The Snake & The Weasel", and "The Clock Tower". CD
 
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Greg FoatSymphonie Pacifique ... CD
Strut (UK), 2020. New Copy ... $11.99 12.99
One of the most ambitious albums to date from the mighty Greg Foat – a set that's different than some of his more intimate affairs, in that it features key contributions from British jazz giants both young and old – all working with Greg's piano, Fender Rhodes, and vibes in a style that's deeply spiritual, and filled with power! The album's hardly the pacific affair you might guess from the title – nothing too placid, as the energy really builds between members of a lineup that includes Moses Boyd and Clark Tracey on drums, Heather Wrighton on harp, Art Themen on tenor and soprano, Eric Young on percussion, and Warren Hampshire on guitars – all at a level that makes the record the deepest jazz album that Foat has ever given us! Titles include "Pointe Venus", "Mother's Love", "After The Storm", "Island Life", "Man Vs Machine", "Nikinakinu", "Anticipation", and "Symphonie Pacifique". CD

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Warren HampshireLanguage Of The Birds ... CD
Athens Of The North (UK), 2021. New Copy ... $12.99 16.99
A solo album from Warren Hampshire, recorded right around the same time as his collaborations with Greg Foat, but done with a very different vibe! The set's got a nicely pastoral approach – slow building sounds that are somewhere between spiritual and meditative modes, with work from Hampshire on a variety of guitars, keyboards, and a wealth of percussion – plus inventive use of elements like autoharp and field recordings as well – blended with a few guest contributions on flute, cello, and strings – all elements that keep the gentle glowing spirit of the music nicely intact! Pascale Edwards Labelle sings guest vocals on the track "Zep Tepi", and the rest of the set is instrumental – with titles that include "From Lonely Hours", "Then It Was Gone", "I Just Didn't Think You'd Care", "Only A Moment", "Wu Wei", "Eve Of The Deluge", and "The Falling Rain". CD
Also available Language Of The Birds ... LP 26.99

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Warren HampshireLanguage Of The Birds ... LP
Athens Of The North (UK), 2021. New Copy ... $26.99 29.99
A solo album from Warren Hampshire, recorded right around the same time as his collaborations with Greg Foat, but done with a very different vibe! The set's got a nicely pastoral approach – slow building sounds that are somewhere between spiritual and meditative modes, with work from Hampshire on a variety of guitars, keyboards, and a wealth of percussion – plus inventive use of elements like autoharp and field recordings as well – blended with a few guest contributions on flute, cello, and strings – all elements that keep the gentle glowing spirit of the music nicely intact! Pascale Edwards Labelle sings guest vocals on the track "Zep Tepi", and the rest of the set is instrumental – with titles that include "From Lonely Hours", "Then It Was Gone", "I Just Didn't Think You'd Care", "Only A Moment", "Wu Wei", "Eve Of The Deluge", and "The Falling Rain". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Language Of The Birds ... CD 12.99
 
 
 



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