Speed Trap

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This article is about the Peter King album. For the term related to speed limits, see Speed limit enforcement.
Speed Trap
Live album by Peter King
Released April 23, 1996
Recorded September 1994
Genre Jazz
Length 74:19
Label Jazz House
Producer Chris Lewis, Peter King
Peter King chronology
Tamburello
(1994)
Speed Trap
(1996)
Lush Life
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Musicweb International (?)[1]

Speed Trap is a live jazz album by Peter King, recorded at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club (Frith Street, London) in September 1994, and released in 1996 under the Ronnie Scotts Jazz House label.[2] It features British/Canadian trumpet player Gerard Presencer who is now head of Jazz at the Royal Academy of Music.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mr Silver" (Beuf) – 13:48
  2. "My Man's Gone Now" (Gershwin–Gershwin–Heyward) – 15:37
  3. "T.N.K." (unknown) – 12:40
  4. "Naima" (Coltrane) – 10:10
  5. "Speed Trap" (King) – 12:06
  6. "Getting On" (King) – 9:48

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