|Peter King - alto saxophone|
|Mike Gorman -|
|Kelvin Christiane - |
|Larry Bartley - Bass|
|Matt Home - Drums|
Matt Home on drums, often had his head bent down, occasionally his angular features rose to the audience with a stare that rattled even those in the darkest recesses of The Bloomsbury pub. The black dots of his eyes were penetrating and intense.
Along with a fresh 'Joy Spring' other tunes which brought the Twickenham Jazz Club to life were the second set's 'Lush Life' with a superb solo effort by Peter King and then as an ensemble the Wayne Shorter composition 'Footprints'. The last took the edges of a hard fought weekday, like a couple of whiskies in the dwindling hours. It was a tumbling feeling, a wonderful cascade as life disintegrated and deep within yourself you couldn't care less.
We cared though. We keep our local players close to our hearts.