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Enter The Fire

Tim Garland

Enter The Fire

AKD 074 (Linn Records)
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Track Time Listen
1
Simple Simon

Simple Simon

Band Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
6:07 Play $3.40
2
Only Child

Only Child

Band Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer Bill Evans
6:40 Play $3.40
3
Great Spirit

Great Spirit

Band Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
6:52 Play $3.40
4
Spiritual

Spiritual

Band Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
7:18 Play $3.40
5
Migration

Migration

Band Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
6:50 Play $3.40
6
Kindling

Kindling

Band Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
4:01 Play $1.70
7
Enter The Fire

Enter The Fire

Band Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
6:39 Play $3.40
8
I Love You Porgy

I Love You Porgy

Band Jason Rebello - piano
Writer G Gershwin
5:06 Play $3.40
9
Rejoicing

Rejoicing

Band Jason Rebello - piano
Writer Ornette Coleman
3:12 Play $1.70
10
Inconclusion

Inconclusion

Band Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass
Writer T Garland
7:08 Play $3.40
Total Running Time 60 minutes Purchase all tracks 
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'One of the best British albums of the year' (Jazzwise).
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Gerard Presencer

Gerard Presencer

London based Jazz trumpeter who effortlessly interweaves original tunes touched with nu jazz.
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Tim Garland

Tim Garland

Tenor saxophonist, currently with Chick Corea, here with his own band inlcuding Gerard Presencer.
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Produced by Jeremy Stacey

Tim Garland - Tenor and Soprano Saxophones
Gerard Presencer - Flugelhorn/ Trumpet
Jason Rebello - Piano
Jeremy Stacey - Drums
Mick Hutton - Bass

The music on Enter the Fire, Tim Garland’s fourth solo album, represents a mature, attractive and - above all - honest statement from a still-youthful but widely experienced musician and composer.

For those meeting him for the first time, Tim Garland is a saxophonist from Canterbury, Kent. He actually began on clarinet, and in another group which he co-leads, the splendid Celtic-jazz amalgam, Lammas, he also plays piano, keyboards and flutes. Here, though, he concentrates on tenor and soprano saxophones.

The album features pianist Jason Rebello, bassist Mick Hutton and drummer Jeremy Stacey who have worked together a lot - and it shows. In 1995, Rebello, a Buddhist, was about to go into retreat and Garland felt he had to get The Suite down on tape. With this band. NOW. He also enlisted Gerard Presencer, the brilliant young trumpeter and flugelhorn specialist, and the wheels were set in motion.

Alongside The Suite, only two other tracks, Simple Simon and Only Child, were recorded on that first session. In 1997, with Rebello once again available, Garland re-enlisted the same personnel and added four further pieces. The result is, particularly considering the time lag, a remarkably unified body of work.

Recording information:

The Suite, Only Child and Simple Simon were recorded at Temple Studios, South London on 5th May 1995
Other tracks recorded at RG Jones in May 1997
Enter The Fire remixed by Gerry O'Riordan.
Engineered by John Canham
Special thanks to Jeremy Stacey for help with production

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Jazz Journal International
The arrival of a musician who I suspect is destined for great things.
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Jazzwise
One of the best British albums of the year.
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The List
Garland's writing is strong and individual, while the playing is fresh and imaginative.
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