Daniel Gassin Sextet

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DANIEL GASSIN SEXTET (SELF TITLED)

Featuring Cam McAllister - trumpet, Phil Noy - alto saxophone, Anton Delecca - tenor saxophone, Michael Story - double bass and Craig Simon - drums. Also featuring guest artists Pat Thiele - trumpet and Felipe Cornejo - percussion. Released on Which Way Music.

The album was nominated for Best Jazz Album at the Independent Music (AIR) Awards, and the track “Banff Song” earned a nomination at the 2012 Jazz Bell Awards for Best Australian Jazz Song of the Year.

"Inspired playing and arrangements of exceptional compositions."
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John McBeath, The Australian

"Inviting but tight... enormously innovative."
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Leon Gettler, The Age

"A superb, light ensemble sound... It is Gassin's compositions that make this album compelling... Whether performing in a trio format or expanding the band, Daniel Gassin is a marvellous pianist and an exciting composer... A truly engaging recording."
Edward Blanco, All About Jazz

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Daniel Gassin Trio Crossover

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DANIEL GASSIN TRIO - CROSSOVER

Featuring Sam Anning - double bass and Daniel Susnjar - drums. Recorded with Mal Stanley for ABC Jazztrack, and released on Vorticity Music.

"The landscape of jazz music contains a plethora of piano trio performances, many of which are mediocre, some just plain bad and a few that measure up to an elite standard. 'Crossover' deserves to be elevated into that elite category, with Daniel Gassin the primary reason."
Edward Blanco, All About Jazz

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Daniel Gassin Trio Roundtrip

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DANIEL GASSIN TRIO - ROUNDTRIP

Re-released in 2010 on Vorticity Music.

Featuring Leigh Barker - double bass and Harry Shaw-Reynolds - drums.

"One of the best debuts in recent years - these guys bear comparison with the best. Sizzling, beautiful stuff."
Richard Mohr, Readings

"This is piano trio music that gets the sort of intense hum going that only the best of 'em do."
Ken Weir, Sunday Herald Sun

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Daniel Gassin Trio live DVD

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DANIEL GASSIN TRIO - LIVE IN CONCERT

Released in 2006. Featuring Leigh Barker - double bass and Harry Shaw-Reynolds - drums.

Recorded at the BMW Edge Building at Federation Square, this DVD features a one hour concert recorded live in one take. Produced by Kostas Metaxas of Exero HDTV, it is filmed in high-definition DVD format. This recording, which was technologically ahead of its time, provides an unprecedented realism not only visually but in the reproduction of recorded sound.