Daily Discovery: Nubiyan Twist – Addis to London || Live at Henwood Studios

We love Nubiyan Twist’s latest album Jungle Run (released by Strut Records back in February) so much that we seize every opportunity to talk and write about it and give you chance to listen to some excerpts. On this occasion, it’s about the brand-new live video for “Addis to London”, shot during the band’s recent sessions at Henwood studios.

‘Addis to London’ is a musical journey between the capital cities of Ethiopia and the UK. The album version features a vibes solo by Ethiopian jazz pioneer, Mulatu Astatke, and this studio version features solos from the band’s MD / producer and guitarist Tom Excell, and tenor saxophonist Denis Scully. Recorded at the band’s musical home of Henwood studios, this instrumental is the first of three live performances set to be released from this session.

 

Photo ©: Gregory De Wode

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