Breakfast Of Champions

by Keith Price

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‘Breakfast Of Champions’, Price's debut album of original compositions, was released in the fall of ’09. The album was nominated for the TD Grand Prix Du Jazz and The Galaxie Rising Star awards at the 2010 Montreal International Jazz Fest.

Review by Aaron Epp for 'The Uniter', September 16, 2009
It’s fitting that Keith Price is holding a baseball on the cover of this CD, because with these seven songs, the jazz guitarist has hit a home run. Recorded last December, the 45-minute disc proves not only that Price has talent, but that he’s a team player too. The excellent compositions are his, but the collaborative nature of the recording is what makes songs like Warmth and the three-part Zoom Zoom work. Other guitarists might have used the opportunity to get in as many solos as possible. Price, on the other hand, picks his spots to shine and allows the other musicians – Neil Watson (alto sax), William Bonness (piano), Julian Bradford (bass) and Curtis Nowosad (drums) – the opportunity to display their formidable talents as well.


released 16 September 2009

Keith Price guitar, Neil Watson saxophone, Will Bonness piano and keys, Julian Bradford bass, Curtis Nowosad drums., Amber Epp vocals on track 3. Recorded and mixed by Adam Mlodzinski.



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Keith Price Winnipeg, Manitoba

Having strummed since the sixth grade on his grandfather’s old guitar, Price landed his first gigs at age fifteen. First influenced by pop, punk and heavy metal, Price discovered jazz through the intensity and spirituality of John Coltrane. He has studied in Winnipeg with Larry Roy and in Boston with renowned guitar guru Mick Goodrick. ... more

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Track Name: Warmth (w/ Amber Epp on vocals)
when, when did I know
that you were mine
when did this warmth
spread, spread through my soul

I know you feel the same
your eyes don't lie
when did this warmth
spread, spread through your soul

from the moment that I saw you
I knew that we'd never part
take my heart and keep it near
then you'll know I'm never far

So don't ever let go
hold on so tight
you and me we'll
glow in warmth tonight