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triplicateWith a compact traditional sound and fresh modern ideas this trio presents itself as a natural combination of contradictions. Triplicate is both like minded and independent, subtle and solid, without drums and with groove. Trumpet virtuoso Claudio Roditi said of Triplicate: “A young group dedicated to the roots of jazz music while constantly looking to the future.”

 

"This is traditional jazz, performed with craftsmenship and enthusiasm. A combination of virtuosity and thoughtfulness, in which the band sound is the most important factor."
NTB, Dutch musicians union, as published on the Radio 6 site

"A The Hague based group, which finds support from drummer Eric Ineke every now and then. Being in this metier for years, Ineke shares his gift not with just anybody. On this stick you'll hear why Triplicate gets his approval."
- Jazzism

"Triplicate is a tight, rock solid trio, which delivers wonderful goods with their second album Call of the Wild."
Musicframes

“Ellister plays marvellous. Long melodic lines, not always the most obvious notes, and with an almost velvety sound: veiled, but more out there when the music is asking for it” ... “Bob Wijnen, Johnny Daly and Eric Ineke are great accompanists and outstanding soloists."
YES Jazz

 

Call of the Wild

tripl-cotw-300pxWith its new online album “Call of the Wild”, Triplicate continues to innovate. Next to a new group sound and repertoire, we've also found a new way of getting you in touch with our music: a USB stick with our logo!

A new group sound and repertoire consisting of more originals led us to the new album “Call of the Wild", on which every tune has its own story:

1. Homage - Ellister dedicates this composition of her to all people who put a lot of time and energy into promoting and organizing jazz events.

2. Prince of Darkness - When John Coltrane left Miles Davis' band, it took some time before the ideal combination was found again. In 1962 Miles formed what later would be called the "Second Great Quintet" with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Prince of Darkness was on the second album by this band: The Sorcerer. Originally the song - like the rest of that record - had an atmosphere that can be described as dark and gloomy. 

Bob arranged the song into a energetic uptempo with a virtuoso special.

3. Onmo - This song was originally recorded by flugelhornist and composer Kenny Wheeler on the album "Angel Song". We chose it because of it's nice blowing changes.

4. Call of the Wild - The title of this track, written by Bob, refers to the inner urge of every musician to follow your heart into making music.

5. Serenity - Joe Henderson recorded this tune in 1964. As a composer Henderson always knows how to surprise, while the songs always sounds so natural.

6. Smatter - Another Kenny Wheeler tune. The title refers to the commonly used phrase "what's the matter". In the end of the tune there are some very challenging 3/4 bars. And such fun the chase of piano and drums into the final theme! Since we don't have a drummer, we decided to add lots of three way interplay to this song.

7. That's the only way - This last song is a composition by Bob. The title refers to that there is only one way to do it, and that is to just simply do it.

This album is only for sale online, or on a unique Triplicate usb-stick which you can buy directly from us. Ordering is a piece of cake in this digital era that we're living in. We hope you'll enjoy!

Three and one

triplicate-coverWith a compact traditional sound and fresh modern ideas this trio presents itself as a natural combination of contradictions. Triplicate is both like minded and independent, subtle and solid, without drums and with groove. Trumpet virtuoso Claudio Roditi said of Triplicate: “A young group dedicated to the roots of jazz music while constantly looking to the future.”

Their debut CD ‘Three and One’ is a very pleasant surprise from three young musicians with the help of an “old hand”. Trumpeter Ellister van der Molen, pianist Bob Wijnen and bassist Johnny Daly have been performing regularly as the drummerless Triplicate trio for some time and have now sought the support of master drummer, conservatory teacher and motivator Eric Ineke as collaborator.

‘Three and One’ is intended as a rich homage to the ongoing story of what jazz music was and still can be, fueled by improvisations that vary from delicate to adventurous. A heartwarming document that perfectly brings the motives of this group to life, love and lust, romance and rhythm.

Three and one is available at the iTunes Music Store.

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