MOVING DAY (2018)
The second Mark Wade Trio CD release, Moving Day, is now available in Europe on Edition 46 Records (Berlin) and worldwide through Mark Wade Music. The album is being re-released in Europe on January 24th, 2020 on AMP Music & Records.
Preston Frazier of Something Else Reviews voted Moving Day the best jazz album of 2018. Moving Day was called "...one of the most interesting piano trio albums of the year" by Marco Cangiano of the New York City Jazz Record and picked by journalist and author Sammy Stein as one of the top albums of 2018 for the Jazz Journalists Association. HI FI Trends also picked Moving Day as one of the best of 2018. International and domestic reviews have been very positive.
You can check out the promo video for the release below as well as some excerpts from the recording. If you like what you hear, you can download the CD by clicking above the CD cover photo and at all major media outlets. Physical CD's are available at CD Baby.
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ANOTHER NIGHT IN TUNISIA
SONGS FROM ISOLATION (2020)
This is the first solo record by bassist Mark Wade. The five selections that make up this visual album are comprised of music performed solely on the acoustic and electric bass, and each song is accompanied by a music video. All the music and video was produced by Wade at home during the Covid-19 lockdown in New York City. The result is a deeply personal expression of music-making that breaks new ground in Wade’s musical evolution.
The album was released by AMP Music & Records (Norway) on September 18th, 2020 and had a preview performance online through the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music in Durban, South Africa on August 12th. Digital and physical copies are available for purchase.
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Hours Til Dawn
A Conspiracy of Lemurs
Intents and Purposes
Blues in Isolation
Nothing Like You
EVENT HORIZON (2015)
The debut album of the Mark Wade Trio, Event Horizon, with pianist Tim Harrison, bassist Mark Wade, and drummer Scott Neumann was released the US in February of 2015 and internationally by Edition 46 Records (Berlin) in February of 2016.
Both international and domestic critics have had great things to say about the record. Arnaldo DeSouteiro, founder of Jazz Station Records and NARAS-GRAMMY voting member, voted Event Horizon in the top 10 for his Best of 2015 in the categories of Best Acoustic Bass, Best Composer, Best Instrumental Group, and #16 for Best Album of the Year. AXS Magazine picked Event Horizon as one of the top 5 jazz albums of 2016. Jazz FM, London's top jazz station, voted the album as one of the best records of 2016 as well.
Below are some clips from the record. If you like what you hear, you can download a copy of Event Horizon by clicking above the album cover or from all major media outlets. Physical copies are available at CD Baby.
VALLEY AND STREAM