Archive for August, 2012

The ‘DERBYSHIRE SUITE’ live at Chesterfield Jazz Club, THURSDAY 2nd August, 8.30pm

The JET Collective perform the complete ‘Derbyshire Suite’, consisting of 13 pieces of music reflecting inspirations from the landscape, ancient stone circles, morris dancing, folk customs, to industrial heritage and modern commerce. They bring influences from folk, rock and classical, all with a strong jazz background.

Get your tickets as soon as you can, or pay on the door.

Club Chesterfield, Chester Street, Chesterfield, S40 1DL
Tickets available from http://www.chesterfieldjazz.com/
or 07764 587 258/07980 491 048
£7.50 or £9 on the door.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The recently released studio recording of the ‘DERBYSHIRE SUITE’ will be available on CD at the performance, from the JET Collective directly, or available to download from i-tunes, amazon and other online sites.

To coincide with the album’s release, they recently performed the full suite as part of the Buxton Festival Fringe, in the beautiful BUXTON METHODIST CHURCH,

…and now they bring it to the excellent CHESTERFIELD JAZZ CLUB

You can hear the new album recording of the ‘DERBYSHIRE SUITE’ on

https://jetcollective.wordpress.com/links/audio/   http://soundcloud.com/zoo-music-1/sets/jet-collective-derbyshire-1/

and read about the inspirations for the suite and it’s contents at https://jetcollective.wordpress.com/derbyshire-suite/inside-the-derbyshire-suite-programme-and-album-notes/

 Praise for the JET COLLECTIVE & the ‘DERBYSHIRE SUITE’. 
The suite has had some fantastic reviews already :”Wonderful exciting music – so vibrant, and of such quality. Jazz themes but with folk hints lurking in the background. It caught the mood and experiences of Derbyshire, from the mines to the morris men. The JET Collective definitely deserves a much bigger stage. If only a BBC producer had been present!!”

“Just listened to the recordings and they are brilliant. This is interesting & beautifully crafted music!”

“Sounds great, excellent compositions, recording and performances!”

“A fantastic sound – the pieces were all so unique”

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