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Land of Secrets
  • Artist: Max Middleton
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 880892000421
  • Item #: 135259X
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 9/17/2012
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Land of Secrets on CD

The background history of Max Middleton's legendary keyboard work reads like a musician's who's who of the past four decades. It begins in 1968 after a chance meeting with Cat Stevens and since that day his unique style of playing has found him in the company of Jeff Beck ....Beck, Bogart & Appice ....Hummingbirds ....Beatles producer George Martin on the film soundtrack of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ....Bee Gee's ....Peter Frampton ....Kate Bush ....John Martyn .... Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones) ....Chris Rea and numerous others. Amazingly 'Land of Secrets' is Max's first solo album features Sade writing collaborator Martin Ditcham on drums and percussion, Robert Ahwai on guitar, Sylvin Marc on bass, long time Ronnie Scott sideman Dick Pearce on flugelhorn/trumpet and RL-2 stable mates Maiuko and Maquenzie on backing vocals. Sitting in the 'chill out jazz' genre 'Land of Secrets' was co-produced with Paul Lilly and finds Max honing his melodic style whilst immersing himself in the feels of the Caribbean, Africa and South America amongst others. This, blended with a contemporary jazz approach, gives an album that offers up plenty of ear candy on each listen.