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Strings attached

Charlie Parker’s album with strings was the record that persuaded Gilad Atzmon to become a jazz musician. “Now I wish I’d never heard it,” the Israeli-born, London-based alto saxophonist and bandleader announced at Ronnie Scott’s last night, giving his listeners a reminder of the sort of sardonic humour not regularly heard at 47 Frith Street since the club’s founder died in 1996. 470 more words

Jazz

Mud Morganfield Tour Date Autumn 2014

Following on from today’s cancellation of the Lucky Peterson Tour, the Movinmusic Agency is very pleased to announce that the Mud Morganfield (Eldest Son of Muddy Waters) Band has been able to step in to fill the dates. 77 more words

Music

Gold Dust: Binker Golding and His Motely Crew

Gold Dust: Binker Golding and His Motely Crew

 Walking on from Oval tube station, blisters and bags in tow, my Google Maps points me to a chicken shop. 253 more words

Music

jason rebello/ jacob collier trios

I went to see the Jason Rebello piano trio play last Friday at Ronnie Scott’s in London. Jason is one of the country’s best jazz pianists, and for a long time has been Sting’s main piano player; I’ve also seen him play with Jeff Beck. 160 more words

Jazz

The Franks Debut Album Release – Hard Copies pre-sold #FTMusicBook. 29th July 2014

Band Overview

The Franks are Jon, Kaleb and Tane. A Gritty Pop Soul Trio fresh out of London who released their debut single, Lies on 12th March 2012. 912 more words

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BLOODY RAIN - THE SONGS & STORIES OF SARAH JANE MORRIS

‘BLOODY RAIN’ is the latest album from SARAH JANE MORRIS and it’s an album that will make you weep and your spirits soar.

As I’m on a bit a political roll after writing the short reflection the plight of the people in Gaza… 641 more words

Deep Stuff

The Jazz Bars of London

The original soundtrack to drinking was creamy smooth, velvety jazz. The Carouser loves some of the rock stars of jazz like Sinatra, John Kerouac and Miles Davis. 498 more words

London