WAVE RECORDS - Reviews

Looking Out / Jazz Bass Baroque (Wave CD 111)
"..Ind gets top billing on this intriguing glance over 40 years…he plunged into experiments with overdubbing, tape speeds to produce some startling effects. A handful are on this beguiling scrapbook of a record…"
Clive Davis Sunday Times April 25th 1999

Triple Libra - Peter Ind and Martin Taylor (Wave CD 24)
"Ind bringing an almost hypnotic, mystical air to his playing, perfectly complementing Taylor's challenging, sometimes ethereal, guitar work in an adventurous repertoire."
Chris Lee Manchester Evening News Oct 13th 2000


The London Sessions - Tony Barnard Trio (Wave CD 30)
"Two guitars and bass make a lovely sound when they are as well matched as this. The trick is to keep the texture light and the lines clear, easy to say, difficult to achieve but they bring it off to perfection"
Dave Gelly, Observer 24th May 1998

The Real Lee Konitz (Vinyl CD)
"What security the bassist (Peter Ind) gives to Konitz on PENNIES IN MINOR and what a strong noble solo he takes in FOOLIN' MYSELF - which leads to an Ind-Konitz "conversation (it's not quite public enough to be called a duet) that is one of jazz's unacknowledged and most touchingly humane masterworks"
Larry Karl April 1997 review as part of The Complete Atlantic Recordings of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh, Mosaic records, limited edition


The Artistry of Kenny Barron - Kenny Barron (Wave CD 34)
Kenny Barron(piano) Peter Ind (bass), Mark Taylor (drums) London March 21st 1990
"This superb album has been provided by Peter Ind… Body and Soul …is gorgeous ballad playing…I doubt that we shall get a better, more exciting jazz piano album this year (or any year). Outstanding and totally recommended. A certain nomination from me for a record of the year"
Pat Hawes, Jazz Journal Dec 1998


Alone Together – Peter Ind and Rufus Reid (Wave CD 36)
"This is the CD to play to those who still argue that the double bass is purely a jazz rhythm instrument. Here, two virtuosic players embark on a series of remarkable duets in which melody, lyrical improvisation and a propulsive rhythmic pulse are given equal weight, producing entrancing performances which must make this issue a contender for CD of the year. The duo complement each other wonderfully, with Ind, perhaps the more cerebral, balanced perfectly by the more earthy Reid."
Chris Lee: Manchester Evening News March 31st 2000