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There’s little doubting Neil Cowley’s credentials (he performed a Shostakovich concerto at the Queen Elizabeth Hall aged just 10) but the pianist has faced some gentle criticism from the jazz world for not cutting loose from his stylish, hook-laden, groove-based awnings in recent years. Similar in style to the striking piano play that marked out the highlight of his 2006 album Displaced, the tumbling lunatic Clown Town, and those covers of Revolution No 1 and Revolution No 9 he recorded a few years ago, Cowley is channelling his improv spirit with real refinement. And Cowley plays his improv style another way, too. On Stereoface, his light, percussive melodies and gently freeform ideas dot the soft groove-based funk patter brilliantly.
Radio Silence by Neil Cowley Trio, released 21 January 2018. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Radio Silence, The Face of Mount Molehill, Spacebound Apes, Loud Louder Stop, and Displaced. and,. Purchasable with gift card. 2. 5 GBP or more (25% OFF).
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Neil Cowley (born 5 November 1972) is a contemporary jazz pianist whose previous incarnations include Fragile State, the Green Nuns of the Revolution, and the Neil Cowley Trio, which appeared on Later. with Jools Holland in April 2008 and won the 2007 BBC Jazz Award for best album for Displaced. Cowley was born in London. He began as a classical pianist and performed a Shostakovich piano concerto at the age of 10 at Queen Elizabeth Hall