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Nightfall

Quercus, June Tabor, Iain Ballamy, Huw Warren

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1
Auld Lang Syne
Quercus
5:47
2
Once I Loved You Dear (The Irish Girl)
Quercus
5:43
3
On Berrow Sands
Quercus
6:32
4
Christchurch
Quercus
4:48
5
You Don't Know What Love Is
Quercus
5:04
6
The Manchester Angel
Quercus
6:45
7
Don't Think Twice It's Alright
Quercus
7:23
8
Emmeline
Quercus
4:01
9
The Shepherd and His Dog
Quercus
7:22
10
The Cuckoo
Quercus
6:39
11
Somewhere
Quercus
5:32
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:36
“Continuing to hone Quercus' distinctive blurring of stylistic, genre-specific and interpretive boundaries, the thoroughly appealing Nightfall represents slow but steady growth for this trio of fine British musicians...”
- John Kelman, All About Jazz

Quercus is a trio comprised of British jazz veterans June Tabor (vocals), Huw Warren (piano), and Iain Ballamy (saxophones) known for seamlessly uniting folk and jazz. Nightfall is the second release from the trio, and displays their trademark genre bending with unfailing lyricism and emotive strength.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

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