METAMORPHOSIS: Jazz Meets the Symphony #4 CD – ALEPH 004


“A horn sounding in the distance is a sure sign fate is lurking around somewhere, right? So when you hear the Australian coronetist James Morrison playing “Davenport Blues” in the distance at the beginning of “Rhapsody for Bix,” your neck hairs stand on end and you look for destiny to be playing an icy hand.”

– Tony Gieske, jazz writer, The Hollywood Reporter