Julian Argüelles, above left, John Turville, James Maddren, Robbie Robson and Dave Whitford
Very Wheeler-esque the tantalising pre-order track just up from the choice new John Turville album Head First which is to be released by Whirlwind in late-February 2019.
With a two-horn front line featuring UK sax great Julian Argüelles on tenor and soprano saxophone and Robbie Robson on trumpet, Liam Noble bassist Dave Whitford joins the modernistic John Taylor influenced Turville in the rhythm section along with Britain's version of Jeff Ballard, James Maddren on drums. 
As for the sound quality the album boosts engineering by probably the best living jazz recording engineer of his generation Stefano Amerio who operates out of his own studio in Italy and is widely used by a host of top international jazzers. 
The Turvillians will be on tour all over the place next year: check into www.johnturville.com nearer the time. 

Nancy Wilson died last night at her home in California aged 81 multiple sources in the US report. A star in the 1960s with 8 albums that made it to the higher reaches of the Billboard charts, her hit with the Jimmy Williams/Larry Harrison song ‘(You Don’t Know) How Glad I Am’ won her a Grammy in 1965 for best R&B performance. Later she would win jazz Grammys and a National Endowment for the Arts jazz masters fellowship for lifetime achievement.

More: New York Times report.