Well, this is quite something...
... drawn from Mothership jazz singer Dwight Trible’s latest record which London jazz indie Gearbox are to release on 15 March.
Quite a gathering of musicians here including Kamasi Washington, Mark de Clive-Lowe and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson.
The set includes a treatment of ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ one of the The Beatles’ most groundbreaking releases.
Check it out above.
From An UnRuly Manifesto, dedicated to Charlie Haden and Ornette Coleman and surrealism, to be released on 1 February by Relative Pitch Records.