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John Burgess Quartet, The Urge to Burge

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Brian Kellock - Piano
Tam White - Voice

1. Piano Player (03.46)
2. Careful Man (02.36)
3. Woman In Love (04.38)
4. Broadway Rose (05.17)
5. Me and The Blues Again
6. The Dream (03.59)
7. This Love of Mine Nancy (04.23)
8. Easy Money (02.09)
9. Hey Mister
10. Fool (05.56)
11. It Should Have Been Me (03.13)
12. The Water is Wide (03.32)
Brian Kellock & Tam White
'The Crossing'
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Brian's other releases are:
Something's Got to Give - Tribute to Fred Astaire'
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 : The Crossing

A straightforward, unpretentious meeting between master pianist Brian Kellock and Tam White, possessor of one of the most compelling vocal styles in the country - grainy, tough, but always relaxed. The result is a captivating programme of originals and jazz and blues standards, which flow as smoothly as mature single malt, and just as full of character. Tam White also has a knack of giving a wistful, sometimes whimsical twist even to simple lyrics, and the empathy between him and Brian Kellock is tangible. Relax and enjoy.

Artist Info: The Crossing

Tam White has led the Scottish blues scene for the last three decades. With his gritty vocals and top songwriting skills, he has guested with some of the world's finest such as Al Green, Robert Cray, Mose Allison, Dick Gaughan, Philip Walker and Boz Burrell to name a few.

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 Michael 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.
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