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JAVA QUARTET - DEEP BLUE SEA

Deep Blue Sea

Java Quartet
Deep Blue Sea

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Deep Blue Sea, the fifth album for Sydney's Java Quartet, saw the band relocating to Byron Bay to record. It was there that they discovered that the acoustic nature of both the 301 Studios and the lush, coastal environment would provide the perfect setting to be swept away by their new tunes.
Together with long time collaborator, engineer-extraordinaire Keith Walker (the band's silent fifth member from the very beginning) Java abandoned the usual room separation recording techniques to recapture the old school Blue Note ‘straight to tape’ alchemy. The band soon found themselves deeply immersed in the music.
Celebrating 10 years as a group as well as welcoming Mat Ottignon into the fold, Deep Blue Sea is testament to the richness of the quartet's intoxicating, beautifully nuanced sound.
The Java Quartet are Michael Galeazzi (Karma County) on bass, Mike Quigley (Tourettes, Sydney Conservatorium Big Band, Gordon Brisker Big Band) on drums, Greg Coffin (Paul McNamara, Craig Scott, Steve Hunter) on piano and Mat Ottignon (Phil Slater's Strobe Coma Virgo, Mike Nock's BSB project, John Pochee's Space Cadets) on saxophone.


  


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Adrian Jackson, Rhythms Magazine

Led by bassist-composer Michael Galeazzi (best known for his work with Karma County), this Sydney band has released several albums now. For mine, DEEP BLUE SEA is their most convincing statement...more