Moholo-Moholo, Louis/Stan Tracey - Khumbula (Remember)

Stan Tracey is probably the living (grand)father of modern British jazz; starting in the more typical post-bop style and as the house pianist at Ronnie Scott's internationally known club in London, by the late 60's, he was also playing a more adventurous, avant "Brit-jazz" edge to some of his sessions. Drummer Louis came to the UK via South Africa with The Blue Notes in the mid 60's, who turned London's jazz scene on its head and probably partially influenced Stan's more 'modern' work. This is the first time that they've played together in 30 years (!) and the first time as a duo and it's a very intimate set of duets.
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