“If you closed your eyes during a set by the Leo Richardson Quartet at Christ Church Friday night, you could easily imagine that you were back at Minton’s Playhouse in Harlem, circa 1959.”
jazz Journal’s Elliot Marlow-Stevens writes, “Catenaccio is incredibly fresh, and anyone interested in both the classic and contemporary will enjoy this album as it mixes both expertly. The musicianship is fantastic and the result is a wholly original and captivating recording.”
The Scotsman writes, “This album is bursting with energy.”
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Kind of Jazz’s Rob Mallows writes, “Graviton has gravitas and guts, and listeners should be thrilled to join the quest.”
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