It is so good when you stumble across amazing talent living not too far away. I met Angelo at a gig back in 2014 and we have been in touch ever since, discussing how I might record some saxophone and horn arrangements on some of his new material.
We got together with two other accomplished musicians, Jake Miller (bass) and Jacob Riley (drums) and together we are The Street Hawks.
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New Album due out in November 2015 – Street Hawk Diaries (Part 1)
Here’s a quick look into the rehearsal room
See below for an impromptu performance of one of Angelo’s tunes, ‘Midnight’ performed at the 1st anniversary of Al’s Dime Bar in Bradford recently.
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This began as an experiment to record the wind on Haworth Moor and the Bronte Way.
David then used the wind to form a bed on which to play over, in this case using a tin whistle in the key of D to match the wind.
This forms part of a longer study into the environment, music and influences of the Bronte family and includes some of the images taken by David around Haworth and the Bronte Way in Yorkshire, England.
David is also drawing on ifluences from Branwell Bronte’s flute book which contains hand written popular tunes of the day (1831). But also using Elizabeth Gaskell’s biography of Charlotte Bronte as influence of the lifestyle of the Bronte family.