Origami - Billy Tea To Burgers download album
Billy Tea to Burgers by Origami, released 01 June 2015 1. Here 2. Lunch at Niagara 3. Mirage 4. Here and there 5. Adios Alistair 6. Boat People 7. Greggie 8. Swingin the billy The Australian landscape informs its inhabitants and nature – its vastness, expanse and harshness. When travelling, one is struck by the great variety in the ever-changing terrain. There is a similar diversity of people and culture that is evolving for reasons both positive and negative around the country.
Billy Tea To Burgers. Adam Simmons (as, b cl), Howard Cairns (b, concertina), Hugh Harvey (d). Rec 20 December 2014. A sax led trio can be a daunting experience, a double CD even more so. However in this instance, Origami, led by altoist Adam Simmons has presented an extraordinary range of material over the 2 discs that comprise this set. Make no mistake; however, this album is Australian to its core. Following on from his duo album with Myra Melford Everything Here Is Possible, Spence continues apace with his exploration of the modern jazz form. With the same musicians and instrumentation as the aforesaid album, this recording finds the trio in stunning form.
Disc 1: Billy Tea To Burgers 1 Here 2 Lunch At Niagara 3 Mirage 4 Here And There 5 Adios Alistair 6 Boat People 7 Greggie 8 Swingin' The Billy Disc 2: Here And There 1 Here And There. Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Adam Simmons Double Bass, Concertina – Howard Cairns Drums – Hugh Harvey Mastered By – Adam Dempsey Recorded By – Myles Mumford. Related Music albums to Billy Tea To Burgers by Origami. 1. Art Pepper - Stardust. 2. Billy bra -. 3. PJ Harvey - C'Mon Billy.
Origami now has four CDs, the new Billy Tea to Burgers, The Blues of Joy, Karaoke (Nominated Best Jazz Album 2013, The Age Music Victoria Awards) and The Usefulness of Art. In this special concert, Adam Simmons leads his acclaimed trio in a tribute for the recently deceased US saxophonist, Ornette Coleman. Visit ww. damsimmons.
It is often expressed that the Australian landscape helps inform its inhabitants – its vastness, expanse and harshness. Yet when travelling through, one is struck by the great variety in the ever-changing terrain. In the same way, there is a similar diversity of people and culture that is evolving for reasons both positive and negative around the country.
Jazz CDs. Origami - Billy Tea to Burgers. Comes in an 8-page foldout digipack cover - two CDs - the second CD being an extended version of "Here and there", a one-take recording stretching to almost an hour, intended as a an aural journey from town to town in the Australian outback.
Making Billy Tea is one of those legendary pastimes where every bushy has his own method and style and fiercely disputes the quality of any tea made by any other bushy. The main thing with billy tea is to remember that it doesn’t matter what it tastes like, you have to look real good making it. So with this being the accepted rules of billy tea making, it is no wonder we have a whole craft made up of forked sticks, jam pots tied with wire, gum leaves and bearded bushies swirling boiling water round their heads. It has become acceptable behaviour to threaten the safety of anyone foolish enough.
|Disc 1: Billy Tea To Burgers|
|2||Lunch At Niagara|
|4||Here And There|
|8||Swingin' The Billy|
|Disc 2: Here And There|
|1||Here And There|
- Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Adam Simmons
- Double Bass, Concertina – Howard Cairns
- Drums – Hugh Harvey
- Mastered By – Adam Dempsey
- Recorded By – Myles Mumford