KILNER &CO PLAY A CLASSIC SET

Matthew Kilner-Tenor Sax and friends from Aberdeen Gavin  Hunter -Trumpet, Alan King-Piano,Pete Lowit- Double Bass and Fraser Peterkin-Drums gave a fantastic performance on Thursday night with some classic jazz pieces [ see below]. Matthew’s sax playing is an absolute joy to listen to, as is Gavin on trumpet. These two youngsters will be ones to watch in their future music careers. Pete was as solid, reliable and rich as ever on double bass; Alan on the ivories was as chilled as ever. Mr Peterkin, do you have African ancestry?  The drum solo was a cross between the advance of zulus at Isandlwana and wilderbeest crossing The Serengeti. We need more of this!

There will never be- Harry Warren

You’d be so nice- Cole Porter

Black Nile-Wayne Shorter

Groove Merchant-Jerome Riachardson

Recorda me-Joe Henderson

Cherokee-Ray Noble

Equinox-John Coltrane

Black Orpheus-Luiz Bonfa

Stella by Starlight-Victor Young

Nature Boy-Nat King Cole

Footprints-Wayne Shorter/Miles Davis

Softly[as in a morning sunrise-Sigmund Romberg

Song for Father-Horace Silver

I remember Clifford-Benny Golson

Four-Miles Davis

Oleo-Sonny Rollins

Afro Blue-John Coltrane

Mr PC – John Coltrane

Bye Bye Blackbird-Ray Henderson