Eye Witness

Eye Witness

Artist
Eye Witness
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Jazz
Code
BKD 015
Inlay available for download
Booklet available for download
  • Ol' Blue Eyes
    Composer(s) David Newton
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Ol' Blue Eyes

    05:24
    $3.40
  • Bedroom Eyes
    Composer(s) David Newton
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Bedroom Eyes

    06:21
    $3.40
  • Angel Eyes
    Composer(s) M Dennis, E Brent
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Angel Eyes

    06:36
    $3.40
  • Eye Witness
    Composer(s) David Newton
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Eye Witness

    06:03
    $3.40
  • Soul Eyes
    Composer(s) Mal Waldron
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Soul Eyes

    10:50
    $5.10
  • Stars In My Eyes
    Composer(s) F Kreisler, D Fields
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Stars In My Eyes

    03:40
    $1.70
  • Eye Of The Hurricane
    Composer(s) Herbie Hancock
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    Eye Of The Hurricane

    06:25
    $3.40
  • My Mother's Eyes
    Composer(s) A Baer, LW Gilbert
    Artist(s) David Newton - piano Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums

    My Mother's Eyes

    02:47
    $1.70

Total running time: 48 minutes.

Album information

A master of jazz piano and acknowledged heavyweight of British jazz, David Newton's sophisticated playing is to the fore in his second studio album.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, Eye Witness sees the award-winning pianist strike the perfect balance between well played standards and upbeat catchy originals. The instinctive interplay between the trio of Newton, Green and Ganley shows emphatic musical understanding.

An accomplished composer, David Newton has written for Martin Taylor, Alan Barnes, Tina May and Claire Martin; his three original compositions sit well alongside standards such as Hancock's 'Eye of the Hurricane’ and Mal Waldron's 'Soul Eyes’. Recorded shortly after his acclaimed debut, Eye Witness demonstrates Newton's depth of compositional ideas adding to the great modern jazz keyboard tradition of Keith Jarrett and Bill Evans.