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Examples of Twelves

Jazz Rock/Fusion

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5.00 | 1 ratings | 1 reviews | 100% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

Yellow/Green 10:56
Red 10:25
Orange/Gold 9:56
Blue 13:00

Line-up / Musicians

Riaan Vosloo - Double Bass,
Graham Fox - Drums,
Mark Hanslip - Tenor Sax,
Johnny Spall - Alto Sax,
Tom Allan - Trumpet,
Trevor Mires - Trombone,
Ross Stanley - Keys,
Chris Allard - Guitar,
Steph Cavey/Sophie Coles - Violins,
Nat Cavey - Viola, Lucy Ralton - Cello

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CD: Impossible Ark (UK)

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5 stars Examples Of Twelves is one of the ad hoc bands, thriving under the auspices of Impossible Ark, which is a cross between a purpose-designed record label and a loose collective of young and talented, London-based jazz musicians. Two gentlemen, a bassist/composer Riaan Vosloo and a producer/engineer Be ... (read more)

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