Joyriding - Review by Alan Smith

The Manchester (born) saxophonist plays alongside some formidably talented guests in Martin Shaw (trumpet) and Winston Rollins (trombone).  Joyriding introduces the group's classic Blue Note style with superb contributions from the leader's tenor.  Switching to soprano for the delightful Waltz For My Father, Nash's soaring, penetrating solo is skilfully punctuated by a probing piano. 

Review by Alan Smith - The Nottingham Post



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