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Henry Lowther’s Still Waters

Quintet led by trumpeter and composer Henry Lowther and featuring Pete Hurt (tenor sax), Barry Green (piano), Dave Green (double bass) and Paul Clarvis (drums). “Can’t Believe, Won’t Believe”, their first recording for twenty years, released on Clarvis’ Village Life label in February 2018.


ARTIST REVIEWS
Can’t Believe, Won’t Believe
Can’t Believe, Won’t Believe

"Its beautiful, melodic compositions, superb collective and individual playing and pristine production values combine to make it a British jazz classic. One of the most significant releases of 2018."

4-5 out of 5

Album Review


Henry Lowther’s Still Waters, Progress Theatre, Reading, Berkshire, 12/04/2019.
Henry Lowther’s Still Waters, Progress Theatre, Reading, Berkshire, 12/04/2019.

""National Treasures". Guest contributor Trevor Bannister enjoys the music of the Still Waters quintet, led by the veteran trumpeter and composer Henry Lowther."

4 out of 5

Live Review


Henry Lowther’s Still Waters, Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton, 18/05/2019.
Henry Lowther’s Still Waters, Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton, 18/05/2019.

"Ian Mann enjoys the music but laments the small audience turn out as he offers his own perspective on the current tour by trumpeter and composer Henry Lowther's Still Waters quintet."

4 out of 5

Live Review


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