Our Favourite Things
This is the first Ted Vining Trio CD release since the passing of bass player Barry Buckley in 2006. His replacement Gareth Hill, along with Bob Sedergreen and Ted, recorded this album following a very successful tour of jazz venues around south-east Australia during August 2015.
Ted Vining writes: "These are a few of Our Favourite Things – making good music, good food, good wines, a shot of Jack Daniels, and nice enthusiastic audiences.
"We experienced this and more on a recent tour through Melbourne at The Horn, the Jazz Basement in Wodonga, The Gods Café in Canberra, the Whale Motor Inn in Narooma, the Down South Jazz Club in Merimbula, the Wine Bar in Paynesville, back to Melbourne’s Uptown Jazz Café, winding up with this recording session at Move Studios.
"Special thanks to Bob and Gareth for their wonderful musicality and ridiculous sense of humour.
We hope this CD becomes one of your favourite things."
Drummer Ted Vining, pianist Bob Sedergreen and bassist Barry Buckley first got together in August 1969, and have played around the world ever since as a high sought-after rhythm section.
- Alice in Wonderland Sammy Fain 3:44
- Dolphin Dance Herbie Hancock 5:40
- Jazz me blues Tom Delaney 3:45
- Somewhere Leonard Bernstein 7:20
- All Roads Lead to Chatswood Ted Vining Bob Sedergreen Gareth Hill 3:00
- Li'l Darlin Neil Hefti 5:14
- Secret Love Sammy Fain 6:12
- Maraba Blue Abdullah Ibrahim 3:08
- Like someone in love Jimmy Van Heusen 5:40
- Waltz for Debbie Bill Evans 4:59
Larger-than-life Lenny - a phenomenally gifted composer, conductor, teacher, performer; an unflaggingly enthusiastic, brash, enormously complex musician; a man dedicated to breaking down personal, political and musical barriers between people.
Sammy Fain, born Samuel Feinberg in 1902, was, for over 40 years, a prolific composer for stage and screen. A self-taught pianist, as a schoolboy he plagued New York publishers with his songs.
Ted Vining has recorded with Alan Lee, Don Burrows, Bob Gebert, Bernie McGann, Brian Brown, Musiikki Oy, The Big One, Blow ... and The Ted Vining Trio. He has had a wealth of experience both on and off the jazz stage.
Pianist Bob Sedergreen is one of the greatest performers of the blues this country has produced. He is blessed too, with a wonderful style of musical humour.
After studying violin from aged eight, a suggestion from his orchestra conductor prompted Gareth Hill take up the Double Bass. Under the tutelage of renowned bassists U.S ex-pat Eric Ajaye and Max McBride in Canberra, Gareth pursued jazz, classical and other styles in the capital’s thriving music scene.
Where to buy
- List price
- $25.00 AUD
- Total playing time
- 48 minutes 42 seconds
- Release date
- October 2015
- © 2015 Move Records
- ℗ 2015 Move Records
- Catalogue number
- MD 3401
- EAN 9314574340129