January 14th at Live at the Falcon in Marlboro, NY
Showtime 8 pm
Tickets available at www.liveatthefalcon.com
Songs We Like is an engaging recording that never strays too far away from the basic melodies that made these songs from the sixties and seventies so likeable and memorable in the first place. What the Hazelrigg Brothers and Mr. O’Reilly have shown is that they can also be the springboard for some inventive re- interpretation. – Ralph A. Miriello, Huffpost
The result is a recording that appeals to the jazz purist and the causal jazz/pop music listener alike. Songs We Like is guaranteed to be an album you’ll love. – Preston Frazier, Something Else Reviews
Audiophiles to the max, the group has searched for—and found—a process of recording that captures to perfection the experience of hearing a piano trio in the real world—warm and interactive, organic, the bass embracing drums like it does from the seat in one of the front rows of a small jazz club, with the piano dancing inside that musical abrazo, on this highly-engaging debut. – Dan McClenaghan, All About Jazz
The recorded sound is expertly shaped around the trio and the excellent soli so that it is impossible not to be knocked out by the sheer creative firepower of each artist as well as by a recording that meets every demand of the audiophile in the capture and delivery of this music. – Raul da Gama, World Music Report
While their makeup suggests a traditional piano trio, their work sounds utterly fresh. These performances completely win me over. – Barry Bassis, The Epoch Times
• A fun diversion played straight, this is one delight of a palette cleanser. – midwestrecord.com, August, 2017
“…one of the best pure trio recordings of the year” – Audiophile Audition
“…the group has searched for—and found—a process of recording that captures to perfection the experience of hearing a piano trio in the real world—warm and interactive, organic, the bass embracing drums like it does from the seat in one of the front rows of a small jazz club, with the piano dancing inside that musical abrazo, on this highly-engaging debut” – All About Jazz
From Notes on Jazz – Best of Jazz 2017, Huffington Post Writer Ralph Miriello
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