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Andrew Bain’s Embodied Hope Quartet

International quartet assembled by Scottish drummer and composer Andrew Bain to perform his “Embodied Hope” project. Featuring Jon Irabagon (tenor sax), George Colligan (piano) and Michael Janisch (double bass).
Album released November 2017 on Whirlwind Recordings.


ARTIST REVIEWS
Andrew Bain’s Embodied Hope Quartet, Dempsey’s, Cardiff, 02/11/2016.
Andrew Bain’s Embodied Hope Quartet, Dempsey’s, Cardiff, 02/11/2016.

"Guest contributor Sean Wilkie enjoys the music of the "Embodied Hope" suite performed by a stellar international quartet led by drummer and composer Andrew Bain."

4-5 out of 5

Live Review


Embodied Hope
Embodied Hope

"Music that lies firmly within the jazz tradition but which is still intensely personal, and thoroughly engaged with the issues of the modern world."

4 out of 5

Album Review


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