Speed Trap

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Speed Trap
Speed Trap (Peter King).jpg
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)
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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" (Sylvain Beuf) – 13:48
  2. "My Man's Gone Now" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward) – 15:37
  3. "T.N.K." (unknown) – 12:40
  4. "Naima" (John Coltrane) – 10:10
  5. "Speed Trap" (King) – 12:06
  6. "Getting On" (King) – 9:48

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