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Personnel:
Brian Kellock - Piano
Kenny Ellis - Bass
John Rae - Drums

Tracklisting:
1. They Can't Take That Away From Me 11.33
2. The Way You Look Tonight
05.36
3. I Won't Dance 08.12
4. I Concentrate On You 04.33
5. The Continental 04.16
6. Fred's Revenge (Part One) 02.59
7. Isn't This A Lovely Day 06.18
8. Change Partners
06.18
9. Fred's Revenge (Part Two) 01.58
10. Something's Got to Give 06.06

Brian Kellock
'Something's Got to Give - Tribute to Fred Astaire'
Caber 003
Brian's other releases are:
Tam White & Brian Kellock - 'The Crossing'
The Brian Kellock Trio 'Live at Henry's'
 
Brian also appears on these releases
John Rae 'Celtic Feet'
John Rae's Celtic Feet 'Beware the Feet'
 

 
Album Notes :

Consistently brilliant in this, his debut recording made in 1998. Brian Kellock plays in the Oscar Peterson/ Monty Alexander genre that is closest to his heart, and produces a fantastic set of standards popularised by Fred Astaire. His style is unique and he is equally at home with mainstream and contemporary jazz styles. Aided by his regular trio of John Rae (drums)
and Kenny Ellis (bass), this is a classic CD and a must for any collection.

Artist Information:

Brian Kellock is one of Scotland's world class performers, who is recognised as a stellar piano talent across the world by musicians such as James Morrison and Michaal Moore. Equally at home with mainstream and contemporary jazz styles, Brian plays in the Oscar Peterson/ Monty Alexander genre that is closest to his heart. His latest album SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE, is a wonderful CD that shows off Kellock and his trio at their best in a fantastic set of standards popularised by Fred Astaire.

Born in 1962 in Edinburgh, Brian graduated with a B. Music (Hons) from Edinburgh University in 1986. Since then, he has been establishing his position as one of the top piano players in the UK jazz scene, working with such luminaries as Red Rodney, Sheila Jordan, Art Farmer, Charlie Rouse, Bill Watrous, Scott Hamilton, Stanley Turrentine, Herb Geller and many others. From 1995, Brian has been a member of Australian trumpet wizard James Morrison's Band; touring all over Europe and Australia, and recording a live album for Warner Bros. at the New Morning Club in Paris, along the way.

His main project is his own Trio, which first appeared as the rhythm section for seminal Scottish band, the John Rae Collective, as long ago as 1988. This line-up, featuring Kenny Ellis on bass and John Rae on drums, has been performing together ever since and has won them many fans. Finally, in 1998, the band released their first recording together - 'Something's Got To Give' - (Caber Music 003), which has had rave reviews in the press.

Brian was named as one of the Top 10 young jazz pianists in the world by Classic CD in 2000.


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