RTCD09/RT027. CD/LP. 2008.
The much awaited second album with Mark Murphy and Okou.
Midnight in Trieste
Rich in Time
Come and Get Me
Hot Corner EP
RT023. 10-inch vinyl. 2008.
TFCQ return with an EP full of "hot" stuff.
"Without dumbing down or selling out they have moved jazz out of the dark ages"
Chasin' the Jazz Gone By
RTCD01/RT007. CD/LP. 2005.
The already classic debut album with Mark Murphy, Okou and other guests.
This Could Be The Start Of Something featuring Mark Murphy
"Stylished jazz tailored for the dancefloor"
"They update the past with panache"
RT006. 10-inch vinyl. 2005.
Three tracks from the debut album. Straight Up, Before We Say Goodbye & Blue Cycles.
Blue Cycles featuring Okou
Different Corners EP
RT003. 12-inch vinyl. 2004.
Three Corners reinterpreted by Nicola Conte and Devil Kicks remixed by Sumo-On-Wheels and Dharmaone. Conte's remix was nominated for the All Winners Cut of 2004 award on BBC's Worldwide Show.
Three Corners (Nicola Conte Remix)
The Devil Kicks/ Three Corners
RT002. 10-inch vinyl. 2004.
TFCQ salutes the Old Nick. The second single features Severi Pyysalo, a vibraphonist well known all around Scandinavia. The a-side, The Devil Kicks is an uptempo jazz dancer while the b-side, titled Three Corners is a mellow 3/4 walz.
The Devil Kicks
Blues & Soul
Trading Eights/ Blueprint
RT001. 10-inch vinyl. 2003.
The very first TFCQ single and Ricky-Tick Records release. Already a modern dancefloor jazz classic. Both tracks feature a Finnish tenor sax heavyweight, Mr. Eero Koivistoinen.
"Doper than dope"
Straight No Chaser