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Wild Card

“Organ trio” led by French born, London based guitarist and composer Clement Regert. Also featuring Andrew Noble (Hammond, Rhodes) and Sophie Alloway (drums).
Album “Evertthing Changes” (2012) includes guest appearances by Dennis Rollins (trombone), Graeme Flowers (trumpet) and Roberto Manzin (reeds).
Follow up “Organic Riot” (2015) places a greater emphasis on Regert’s writing. Guest include Flowes and Manzin.


ARTIST REVIEWS
Everything Changes
Everything Changes

"Taken on its own terms the album is a very enjoyable listen with some excellent playing from the core trio and their guests. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Organic Riot
Organic Riot

"Wild Card is more than just an organ trio. With its focus on original composition “Organic Riot” represents their most mature recorded statement to date. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Life Stories
Life Stories

"“Life Stories” features Wild Card doing what they do best, delivering vibrant, exciting music with the potential to appeal to a wide fan base.Lovers of jazz, funk & soul should all find much to enjoy."

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


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“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 3) - An interview with John Marshall.

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“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 2) - An interview with John Marshall.

“You Didn’t Look Like a Drummer” (Part 2) - An interview with John Marshall.

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