Just to remind you of Jet Collective’s gig in Buxton on Saturday 16th May.
Below is what the word is on the street and details for booking etc.
Hope you can make it.
ONLY THE BEST BAND I’VE EVER HEARD!
Launching their new Album
Listen to the most consummate group of musicians you are ever likely to hear, LIVE and in the most intimate surroundings.
Saturday 16th May,
Green Man Gallery, Hardwick Hall, Hardwick Square South, Buxton ,SK17 6PY. Tickets are £8 from Tel: 01298 937375
Their new album JetStream was inspired by the theme of weather and climate and has some startlingly original tunes like Carbon Love Affair, Isobars, Troppo, Glaciology and more, which we will perform.
Hear the JetStream without having to go to the stratosphere!
You will hear some great musicians – Reg Clegg on guitars and bass and his unique falsetto singing, Karen Clegg on flute, keyboards, melodica and her wonderful singing, Simon Beckett on congas and various percussion instruments, Clive Loveday’s brilliant drumming, Paul Biggins on keyboard, guitar and bass guitar, and last but not least Steve Salfield on tenor, alto and soprano saxes.
You could even buy the CD if you want to!
Here’s a handy video link!
[youtube http://youtube.com/w/?v=YNaXyGcHER8][youtube http://youtube.com/w/?v=YNaXyGcHER8]’Heat’ is the first music video from ‘JetStream’ ‘Heat’ began life as an idea in 2004, and was then redeveloped for this project. The music takes influence from African and equatorial music and rhythms, with the strident marimbas, the guitar and higher bass parts imitating mosquitos, creating an intense rhythmic feel punctuated by short pauses.
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