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The Jay Rayner Quartet’s first live album is now available for pre-order (with freebie track).

 

 

In exchange for money an object looking like this could be yours.

 

As the headline says, our first live album, A Night of Food and Agony, recorded live at the Crazy Coqs inside London’s Brasserie Zedel, is now available for pre-order. It will be released on September 8, but if you order it now from iTunes you will immediately get our version of the brilliant blues number Black Coffee, by Sonny Burke and Paul Francis Webster. Take its big throaty roar as our declaration of intent.

You can pre-order the download here

But maybe you want to know what you’re getting into before ordering. I get that. So we’ve also made Black Coffee available to stream over on Spotify. You can find it here.

And of course, if you want the actual CD, and a beautiful object it is too, you can pre-order that from Amazon here.

If you want to read a little more about the album, go have a look at the announcement from a week or two back.

And we will be having a major gig to launch the album at London’s Cadogan Hall in November, as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival. Tickets for that are here.

If you decide to buy we hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed making it.

Jay

 

 

One comment on “The Jay Rayner Quartet’s first live album is now available for pre-order (with freebie track).

  1. Paul on

    Just listened to Black Coffee..fabulous! So you can play Jazz Piano, write, and you get to eat in wonderful restaurants for a living 🙂 where did I go wrong!
    Good luck with the music sir

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