Wingfield, Mar: Sleeper Street

Wingfield, Mar SKU: 20223243
Wingfield, Mar: Sleeper Street

Wingfield, Mar: Sleeper Street

Wingfield, Mar SKU: 20223243

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Description

Title: Sleeper Street
Artist: Wingfield, Mar
Label: CD Baby
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 884502243420
Genre: Jazz

Mark Wingfield The internationally acclaimed guitarist is one of the most original sounding and forward looking electric guitarists today. His improvising is compelling, continually inventive and melodically uplifting. Also known for his composing skills, Mark's compositions are are highly atmospheric and tell musical stories that are a unique listening experience. 'Celebrated British guitarist' Guitar Player Magazine 'Virtuoso' Guitar Player Magazine 'Wingfield's forward-thinking exploration of smart, swinging, and highly melodic globally informed jazz.' Barry Cleveland, Guitar Player Magazine 'Brit guitar hero' JazzTimes 'Mark Wingfield shifts from Eno-esque ambient soundscapes...to ripping rock-tinged abandon... to cinematic guitar-synth.' 'Dramatic... intriguing...' Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes "Sleeper Street exemplifies his determination to take his instrument into previously-unknown territory" Anil Prasad, InnerViews 'Wingfield's guitar playing is mysterious, majestic, and blazing in turns' Guitar Player Magazine 'The six string winged, improvising shaman' Music That Matters 'Innovator' The Guardian 'Wingfield's musical eclecticism is well attested... very distinctive-sounding' JazzWise 'Unique and sophisticated...(one of) England's most accomplished players.' Guitar Player Magazine "Almost moved me to tears." BBC 'Consistently brilliant and forward-thinking" Guitar Player Magazine 'Guitar virtuoso' 'Uplifting' 'Inspiration' Guitar Techniques Magazine 'Cinematic eloquence... command of electronic textures... and swooping-bird evocations' The Guardian 'Often soaring in the upper registers, Wingfield's guitar hovers above...' JazzWise 'Contemporary jazz doesn't get any better than this.' Fretwired "One of the UK's best new composers" SPNM "One of today's most creative transatlantic musical voices" BMIC - Iain Ballamy ECM artist Iain Ballamy is an internationally renowned saxophonist and has played with Gil Evans, Bill Bruford, Arve Henriksen, Carla Bley, Django Bates, Ronnie Scott, Norma Winstone, Britten Sinfonia, London Sinfonietta... his new album with his band Food is coming out on ECM Records. 'Ballamy plays with exquisitely tender grace' John Fordham 'playing in a lyrical class of his own' The Guardian 'leaves you in absolute awe' BBC 'One of the stars of his generation of UK jazz musicians.' Jazzwise Jeremy Stacey One of the UK's top session drummers has played with Jason Rebello, Tim Garland (w/Kenny Wheeler), Tommy Smith, Sheryl Crow, Eurhythmics, Joe Cocker, Robbie Williams, Malcolm McLaren, Amy Winehouse, Roachford, Beverly Knight, Omar, Tori Amos, Tina Turner... Robert Mitchell Robert Mitchell, keyboardist won best jazz album Glies Peterson Worldwide Awards, has played with Courtney Pine, Norma Winstone, Steve Coleman... Yaron Stavi Yaron Stavi, bassist has played with Gilad Atzmon Orient House Ensemble, Larry Coryell, Julian Siegel, John Ethridge, Pete Oxley, Nigel Kennedy, Robert Wyatt, Phil Manzanera, Dave Gilmour...

Tracks:
1.1 Sleeper Street
1.2 Eight Shades of Green
1.3 Boston Skyline
1.4 Parallax
1.5 Journey North, Pt. 1
1.6 Tetralogical
1.7 Hush Hush
1.8 In the House
1.9 Meiko
1.10 Journey North, Pt. 2
1.11 The Drawn Conclusion
1.12 Crypto Realist

Audio Sample:
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