On Friday John Surman and John Warren were joined by the Guildhall Big Band for a reworking of Warren's classic suite Tales of the Algonquin, first recorded back in 1971.

"It opened with rolling percussion and misty flutes, followed by a bass hook and trumpet slams. Free-jazz flugelhorn and double-bass solos preceded hustling fast swing, and released Surman's legendary sweep from the basement end to the wailing upper register of the baritone sax."  **** John Fordham, The Guardian

Read the full review here.

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