Jeff Beck released this live album, recorded at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, on 10 November 2008. Other performers were Jason Rebello on keyboards, Vinnie Colaiuta on drums and Tal Wilkenfeld on bass. The version of "A Day in the Life" featured on this album was awarded a Grammy for Best Instrumental Rock performance
Recorded live at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London in March 2016. Cut on a Haeco Scully Lathe with Westrex RA1700 series amps, Westrex 3DIIA cutting head and Telefunken U73B tube limiter. Decca valve EQ Audionote monitoring. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 3H86609-01 A1. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 3H86609-01 B1 RSGB1-17 DAZ STILL HARD BOPPIN'.
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Live At Ronnie Scott’s. By: Nitin Sawhney (2017, Jazz). More albums from Nitin Sawhney: London Undersound – Instrumentals And Remixes by Nitin Sawhney. Displacing The Priest by Nitin Sawhney. Prophesy by Nitin Sawhney. London Undersound by Nitin Sawhney. Human by Nitin Sawhney. Philtre by Nitin Sawhney. The Namesake (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Nitin Sawhney. Migration by Nitin Sawhney. View all albums . Live At Ronnie Scott’s.
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Give the gift of jazz! Valid for 2 years, minimum value of £10, sent by 1st class post. CD: Ronnie Scott's Club Quintet 'Sound of Soho'. Recorded live at the club in 2015, The Sound of Soho represents a musical snapshot of the house quintet . Recorded live at the club in 1966, with Yusef Lateef on flute, shenai, xun and tenor sax; Stan Tracey on piano; Rick Laird on bass; and Bill Eyden on drums. A beautifully spontaneous and unselfconscious recording.
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|4||Homelands Nina Miranada / Nitin Sawhney||Nitin Sawhney||6:14|
|5||Henrecia Latina Paco Peña||Nitin Sawhney||4:52|
|6||Tere Khyal Nitin Sawhney||Nitin Sawhney||6:19|
|7||The Conference Nitin Sawhney||Nitin Sawhney||3:12|
|8||Breathhing Light Nitin Sawhney||Nitin Sawhney||3:54|
|9||Nadia Nitin Sawhney||Nitin Sawhney||5:14|
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CreditsEric Appapoulay - Guitar, Vocals
Ian Burdge - Cello
Craigie Dodds - Composer
Aref Durvesh - Tabla, Vocals
Andy Earl - Photography
David McEwan - Engineer
Nina Miranada - Composer
Paco Peña - Composer
Nitin Sawhney - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist
Darrel Sheinman - Mastering
Ashwin Srinivasan - Bansuri, Flute, Vocals
Eva Stone - Vocals
Caspar Sutton-Jones - Mastering
Harry Timson - Mixing Engineer
James Turner - Mixing Engineer
Nicki Wells - Vocals