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The Face Of Mount Molehill

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Lament
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Rooster Was A Witness
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Fable
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Meyer
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Skies Are Rare
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Mini Ha Ha
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Slims
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Distance by Clockwork
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The Face Of Mount Molehill
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Hope Machine
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La Porte
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Siren's Last Look Back
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 45:28

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01.23.12
A refreshing listen from a high-profile pianist
2012 | Label: Naim Jazz / The Orchard

Given Neil Cowley’s high-profile work – playing keyboards for the likes of Adele, Gabrielle and smooth soul-funksters the Brand New Heavies – you probably wouldn’t expect anything especially radical from his piano-led trio. And in a sense you’d be right: On this album, there are plenty of soothing string parts buoying up the gentle repetitions and rippling melodies of the piano, bass and drums, and a distinct lack of crazed jazz wig-outs or in-your face… read more »

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The Face of Mount Molehill

DrMalc

I know next to nothing about jazz other than the fact that it's often annoying, and mostly choose not to listen to funk. This album doesn't fit into either of those pigeonholes I think, or the middle pigeonhole joining the two. I like it!

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Brilliant

edjupp

Irrespective of whether you like his work with many rock and pop musicians, check this out. Worth it for 'Rooster' alone!

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