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“...full of lyricism and harmonic delight.”
- JAZZ REVIEW

Now with multiple tours of Belgium and the western U.S. under their belts, Seattle-based trumpeter Chad McCullough and pianist Bram Weijters from Antwerp present their second recording of modern, lyrical originals. With bassist Piet Verbist and drummer John Bishop, the quartet creates a perpetually unhurried environment where melodies can unfurl over harmonically compelling compositions. Bram displays a Brad Mehldau-like touch on his "Buildings in a Dark City," McCullough's burnished flugelhorn searches on "Nightingale." "... a deliberate feast, which very sympathetically wins over the listener." - Jazz Flits, Netherlands.

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released October 15, 2012

CHAD McCULLOUGH - trumpet/flugelhorn
BRAM WEIJTERS - piano/rhodes
PIET VERBIST - bass
JOHN BISHOP - drums

Produced by Chad McCullough & Bram Weijters
Recorded by Don Gunn at London Bridge Studios, Seattle, WA, Oct. 31, 2011
Additional Recording and Mixing by Dave Dysart
Mastered by John McCaig, panicStudios, Seattle
Band photography by Guy Van De Poel, live at Rataplan, Antwerp
Cover photograph by Greg Nicholas
Cover design & layout by John Bishop

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Chad McCullough Chicago, Illinois

Dan McClenaghan writes, trumpeter Chad McCullough "is a rare instrumentalist who makes each note sound as if it were imbued with a deeper meaning. Certainly a player with great chops, his approach is one that is measured and deliberate, often introspective, sometimes gorgeously melancholic, and one that employs a continuity of mood and atmosphere that the best recordings have.” ... more

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