Misha Mullov-Abbado (bass), James Davison (trumpet), Matthew Herd (alto sax), Liam Dunachie (keyboards), Scott Chapman (drums), Elad Neeman (percussion)
Mullov-Abbado’s second jazz album plays on his love of trains and draws on a variety of musical influences.
Misha Mullov-Abbado (bass), Matthew Herd (alto sax), Tom Green (trombone), Jacob Collier (piano), Scott Chapman (drums) et al
The Daily Telegraph described Mullov-Abbado’s debut as ‘unfailingly inventive, artfully produced, and delightfully sunny’.
Misha Mullov-Abbado (bass), James Davison (trumpet), Matthew Herd (alto sax), Sam Rapley (tenor sax), Liam Dunachie (keyboards), Scott Chapman (drums)
BBC Music Magazine‘s jazz critic Barry Witherden wrote of this album, ‘The tunes…are excellent, but are lifted up another notch by inventive scoring for the ensembles.’
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Viktoria Mullova (violin), Misha Mullov-Abbado (bass)
Mullov-Abbado’s mother, the brilliant Russian violinist Viktoria Mullova, joins him on their first album together. BBC Music Magazine critic Kate Wakeling wrote, ‘this is for the most part a highly enjoyable disc with all the key qualities of a good mixtape: full of hits and surprises, and made with love.’