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My Top Five albums: Suzanne Alston

PUBLISHED: 17:21 23 September 2010 | UPDATED: 17:53 20 February 2013

My Top Five albums: Suzanne Alston

My Top Five albums: Suzanne Alston

Suzanne Alston is head of private client affairs at Greene & Greene, Bury St Edmunds

Suzanne Alston is head of private client affairs at Greene & Greene, Bury St Edmunds




Miles Davis: Kind of Blue (1959)
Legendary trumpeter Miles Davis and a handful of other frontline instrumentalists including John Coltrane play five settings conceived by Miles Davis only hours before the recording date. A classic late night jazz album.


Fritz the Cat: Original sound track recording (1972)
American cinemas first x-rated feature length cartoon created from the characters who originated in the underground comix of Robert Crumb. Billie Holliday sings Yesterdays, Charles Earland plays Black Talk and Bo Diddly sings his own classic Bo Diddly. Filled with numbers that stand up independently from the film itself.


Steely Dan: The Royal Scam (1976)
West coast USA classic including Haitian Divorce. Great song writing duo Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. No student of the 70s would be without it!


Joe Sample: Rainbow Seeker (1978)
Crusaders band pianist Joe Samples best solo album. A great west coast USA mood music import.


Avishae Cohen: Continuo
Seventh solo album from massive jazz talent double bassist. Keeping things soft and simple but very dynamic. May never go out again!



Suzanne Alston is head of private client affairs at Greene & Greene, Bury St Edmunds and will also be singing in the chorus of Suffolk Operas La Belle Hlne at the Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal, November 16 to 18.

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