“More important than the individual selections is the general sound of the trio and their telepathic interplay. Tri-Fi has succeeded at both developing its own musical personality and creating music that can only come from a group of like-minded musicians.”
- Scott Yanow, Author
A TRI-FI Christmas
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Ho ho ho! The Tri-Fi Christmas album is here!
Check out our collection of 12 holiday classics done up in our own special TRI-FI way. Even though we recorded it in the middle of summer, we had a lot of fun making this album. We wore Santa hats. We drank eggnog. We took requests. And we really hope you’ll enjoy listening to it just as much as we enjoyed recording it.
It’s available as a CD or as a high-quality download – and it’s only 10 bucks! so it makes an excellent stocking stuffer.
Matthew Fries – piano
Phil Palombi – bass
Keith Hall – drums
Music On This Album
Frosty The Snowman
O Holy Night
Carol Of The Bells
Joy To The World
Let It Snow
We Three Kings
In The Bleak Midwinter
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
What Child Is This
I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
This recording was made possible by the enthusiastic support of our fans who contributed to our Kickstarter campaign. Ho ho ho!!
Recorded on August 8th, 2011 at Bicoastal Studios in Ossining, NY
Recorded and mixed by George Petit.
Mastered at Zampol Productions by Oscar Zambrano.
"They delivered what is guaranteed to be one of my all-time favorite piano trio holiday albums...."
"This trio snaps and crackles like a fireplace full of well-seasoned Yule logs; their nicely honed interplay makes even these chestnuts sound fresh...."
"This year’s finest jazz Christmas offering might just be by pianist Matthew Fries, bassist Phil Palombi and drummer Keith Hall..."