That's what the review of Rejoicing Blues in Spring 2014's edition of The Musician says. The full review is as follows:
'Since their foundation over a decade ago, Kairos Ensemble's sax/piano/tuba/drums combination has delighted audiences. These 14 instrumentals are a prized addition to their portfolio of elegant, tasteful and timeless jazz.'
We are pleased to announce that we will be playing at Charlie Wright's in Hoxton on the 9th of July. Details to be announced nearer the time but keep the date free because we'd love to see you there. Watch this space....
Richard's calypso was requested by a certain Mrs Jan Hooper - who coincidentally happens to be our drummer Tom's mum..! Click here to hear the show presented by Alyn Shipton (Available until 8th March) - we're on towards the end at 51 minutes. You can watch the video of us recording In Step on our home page. Thanks Alyn...and Jan - we're delighted to have been featured on this great long standing show!
...that's what Linley Hamilton said last night, featuring Pete's tune 'Where the deep blue sea meets the azure sky' on his excellent BBC Radio Ulster show. You can hear the show on iPlayer until next Friday: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03t7x84
Our bit comes on at 27 minutes in. Thanks Linley!
Rejoicing Blues is being featured on Steve Bewick's show 'Hot Biscuits' on
Respected jazz reviewer Bruce Lindsay has published a lovely review of Rejoicing Blues on the website All About Jazz. He says:
"Whatever the inspirations may have been, the results are a delight. A collection of beautifully-played, inventive and vibrant tunes, Rejoicing Blues is itself an inspiration."
Julain Joseph featured the opening track from Rejoicing Blues - Richard's composition 'Curiosity' on his show Jazz-Line Up on Sunday 5th Jan. Here's what he said: "Kairos Ensemble released their fourth album called Rejoicing Blues and yet again these four longstanding friends who met as music students gel into a dedicated and committed ensemble..."
The show is available to listen to on BBC iPlayer until this weekend - we're on right at the end! Thank you Julian!