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Jazz on 3

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Jez Nelson presents highlights from a 2007 London Jazz Festival gig by bassist Charlie Haden 's Quartet West. The group played to a sell-out crowd at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on London's South Bank on the first night of the festival as Haden's group celebrated 20 years since its birth in 1987. Alongside Haden are saxophonist Ernie Watts , pianist Alan Broadbent and drummer
Larance Marable. Haden rose to prominence as a bassist with Ornette Coleman , playing on the saxophonist's landmark 1959 album The Shape of Jazz to Come. During an illustrious career Haden has played with Keith Jarrett , Paul Motian , Dewey Redman and Pat Metheny. Producer Robert Abel

Contributors

Bassist: Charlie Haden
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall
Pianist: Ernie Watts
Pianist: Alan Broadbent
Unknown: Larance Marable.
Unknown: Ornette Coleman
Unknown: Keith Jarrett
Unknown: Paul Motian
Unknown: Dewey Redman
Unknown: Pat Metheny.
Producer: Robert Abel

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