Winter truce and homes blaze

Julian Argüelles (prf,zsa), Ian Ballamy (prf,zsa), Chris Batchelor (prf,ztp)
München: Winter & Winter, 2005
1 cd + 1 blaadje
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About Julian Argüelles

Julian Argüelles (born 28 January 1966) is an English jazz saxophonist.

Coming to prominence in the 1980s and '90s with the ensemble Loose Tubes, Argüelles has worked extensively as a solo performer and with American and European musicians. His music combines British contemporary jazz infused with Spanish rhythms, South African grooves, brass band and classical influences. He was awarded a fellowship from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire for his services to jazz in 2017 and received a Parliamentary Jazz Award (2016) for his album Let It Be Told.

Life and career

Born in Lichfield, Staffordshire, Argüelles was raised in Birmingham. He is the younger brother of the jazz drummer Steve Argüelles.

Argüelles started playing with big bands, including the European Community Big Band that toured throughout Europe. In 1984 he moved to London. He studied briefly at Trinity College …Read more on Wikipedia