Wanderlust (jazz band)
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Wanderlust is an Australian contemporary jazz band led by trumpeter Miroslav Bukovsky that formed in 1991. The original lineup comprised Miroslav Bukovksy, James Greening (trombone), Carl Orr (guitar), Alister Spence (piano, keyboards), Adam Armstrong (bass) and Fabian Hevia (drums, percussion).
Their self-titled debut CD won the Best Jazz Album ARIA award in 1994. Since then they have released four albums: Border Crossing, Song and Dance, Full Bronte and When In Rome.
3 Oct 1992 played at Manly Jazz Festival inside Park Royal Hotel. Audiocassette in NSW Jazz Archive collection[per estate of late Harold Denning] held in archives of this Society;leader Neil Cairns,June 2013.
- Judy Newton, ex-Sec NSW Jazz Archive Society
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