Enter The Fire

Enter The Fire

Artist
Enter The Fire
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Jazz
Code
AKD 074
  • Simple Simon
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Simple Simon

    06:07
    $3.40
  • Only Child
    Composer(s) Bill Evans
    Artist(s) Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Only Child

    06:40
    $3.40
  • Great Spirit
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Great Spirit

    06:52
    $3.40
  • Spiritual
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Spiritual

    07:18
    $3.40
  • Migration
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Migration

    06:50
    $3.40
  • Kindling
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Kindling

    04:01
    $1.70
  • Enter The Fire
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Enter The Fire

    06:39
    $3.40
  • I Love You Porgy
    Composer(s) G Gershwin
    Artist(s) Jason Rebello - piano

    I Love You Porgy

    05:06
    $3.40
  • Rejoicing
    Composer(s) Ornette Coleman
    Artist(s) Jason Rebello - piano

    Rejoicing

    03:12
    $1.70
  • Inconclusion
    Composer(s) T Garland
    Artist(s) Gerard Presencer - flugelhorn, trumpet, Jason Rebello - piano, Jeremy Stacey - drums, Mick Hutton - bass

    Inconclusion

    07:08
    $3.40

Total running time: 59 minutes.

Album information

Talented UK saxophonist leads with a mix of standards and self-penned material.

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.