Golding, Binker: Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

Golding, Binker SKU: 42684671
Golding, Binker: Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

Golding, Binker: Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

Golding, Binker SKU: 42684671

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $27.98

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Title: Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy
Artist: Golding, Binker
Label: Gearbox
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5060708610906
Genre: Jazz

Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy is Binker Golding's sophomore album under his own name and represents a sonic evolution, bringing a distinct blend of electric blues and country to his jazz core. The album is a personal and ultimately uplifting reflection on the trials and tribulations of the journey to manhood. Binker Golding is one of the leading artists of the London jazz scene, having collaborated with the likes of Moses Boyd, Zara McFarlane, Emma Jean-Thakray, Evan Parker and Sarathy Korwar. A virtuosic and busy musician, composer, arranger and educator, Golding tutors at the unrivalled Tomorrow's Warriors organization, has conducted the Nu Civilisation Orchestra, and has released albums that stretch between free jazz, 70s fusion jazz, and experimental electronic, proving himself always unpredictably ahead of the curve.


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