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Triumvirate

Jez Nelson presents saxophonist Denys Baptiste's new trio Triumvirate in concert at London's Vortex jazz club, featuring bassist Larry Bartley and drummer Moses Boyd.

Jez Nelson presents Triumvirate in concert at the Vortex, London.

Triumvirate is led by saxophonist, Denys Baptiste - part of a generation of black British jazz musicians that emerged in the Tomorrow's Warriors collective in the 1990s, following in the footsteps of the likes of Courtney Pine and Julian Joseph. He's joined in this new trio by another member of that generation, bassist Larry Bartley, plus one of the most exciting young drummers on the British scene, Moses Boyd, to perform an improvised set that draws on songs by Gnarls Barkley, D'Angelo and Cyndi Lauper among others.

Presenter: Jez Nelson
Producer: Chris Elcombe.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Kevin Le Gendre joins Jez in the studio to select new releases

    • Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood

      Sham Time

      Composer: Eddie Harris

      • Juice.
      • Sony.
    • Otis Brown III

      The Thought Of You (Part I)

      Composer: Otis Brown

      • The Thought Of You.
      • Revive/Blue Note.
    • The Cellar and Point

      0852

      • Ambit.
      • Cuneiform.
    • The Cookers

      Dance Eternal Spirits Dance

      Composer: Billy Harper

      • Time and Again.
      • Motema.
    • Flying Lotus

      Moment of Hesitation (feat. Herbie Hancock)

      Composer: Flying Lotus

      • You're Dead.
      • Warp.
  • Denys Baptiste Interview

  • Triumvirate in concert at the Vortex, London on 25 September 2014

    • Triumvirate

      Improvised Set

  • New Releases

    • Mark Turner

      Lathe of Heaven

      Composer: Mark Turner

      • Lathe of Heaven.
      • ECM.
    • Blue Eyed Hawk

      For Tom and Everything

      • Under the Moon.
      • Edition.

Triumvirate

Line up: Denys Baptiste (tenor saxophone); Larry Bartley (bass); Moses Boyd (drums)

Broadcast

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