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Saturday, March 07, 2015

Paul Edis Trio @ Jazz Café - March 6

Paul Edis (piano); Mick Shoulder (bass); Russ Morgan (drums)
The Jazz trio format is a timeless genre and when it works as it certainly did at the Jazz Cafe on Friday night it is a pure joy. A small but select audience were able to enjoy the Paul Edis Trio without the unwanted accompaniment of the shouting masses at the back of the caff – not good for business maybe but great for those who paid to listen. The trio played a selection of Edis compositions and standards including Edelweiss as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Sound of Music. Regular bassist Mick Shoulder played with style and sensitivity and guest drummer Russ Morgan was outstanding. Edis’s charmingly relaxed introductions to the tunes in each set just added to enjoyment of the evening. A good time had by all.
Steve.

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