“The intrepid sonic innovator pushes the envelope even further in the company of his regular rhythm tandem of fretless bassist Yaron Stavi and powerhouse drummer Asaf Sirkis, who are both back from Proof of Light” Bill Milkowski
“Lighthouse is a groundbreaking album by the three musicians at the cutting edge of progressive music.” Progressive Rock Central
“You will not hear two more essential or energetic albums of improvisation seat-of-the–pants playing this or any other year. Buy this now!” The Progressive Aspect
The Stone House was awarded the Downbeat Magazine 2017 Best Albums of the Year Masterpiece.
Over 60 great reviews worldwide.
The album features two of the UK’s most highly regarded jazz musicians, Asaf Sirkis on drums (John
Abercrombie, Larry Coryell, John Etheridge, Tim Garland, Gwilym Simcock, Jeff Berlin) and Yaron Stavi
on bass (Dave Gilmore, Phil Manzanera, Robert Wyatt, Nigel Kennedy).
“Mark Wingfield’s music soars high above the subliminal, the terrestrial, the mundane, transporting us with
his musical voyage. Eschewing the traditional role of the guitar in a trio, his axe takes on the role of a vocalist
or a horn – shimmering and sometimes bellowing with expression and imagery of profound beauty.
Progressive innovative guitar at its finest!” Jerry Gordon WPRB FM Radio (USA)
LondonJazz top 10 albums of the year.
With René von Grünig, Iain Ballamy saxophone (ECM artist, Bill Bruford, Carla Bley, Django Bates, Loose Tubes,
Bryan Ferry) and Yaron Stavi on bass (Dave Gilmore, Phil Manzanera, Robert Wyatt, Nigel Kennedy).
Iain Ballamy on sax (ECM artist, Bill Bruford, Carla Bley, Django Bates, Loose Tubes, Bryan Ferry),
Robert Mitchell on keyboards (Courtney Pine, Steve Coleman, Norma Winstone), Yaron Stavi bass
(Dave Gilmore, Phil Manzanera, Robert Wyatt, Nigel Kennedy) and Jeremy Stacey on drums
(King Crimson, Steve Hackett, Chris Squire, Jason Rebello, Sheryl Crow).