ALBUM REVIEW: Abbie Finn Trio – Stotties For Three | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Self-release

Released: 15.01.24

 

 

 

 

 

Abbie Finn Trio have built on the success of their previous releases to create a compelling new jazz album packed with ambience. Finn’s impressive drumming is the driving force behind the tracks, building a momentum of emotion and atmosphere, and supporting the weaving dynamics of Keeble on the tenor sax, which help to maintain interest as the track list continues.

Album opener Nee Messin is full of a vibrant Northern charm, setting the tone for the album. This is accompanied by the virtuosic nature of Grainger’s bass, the improvisational quality being unpredictable and fun, and contributing to the light-hearted nature of the project. The title celebrates the joys of ‘good bread’, and the album portrays not only the best in life, but also the best the trio have released to date.

 

 

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