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Ray Noble

British Band leader and composer born in Brighton in 1907. More


Record Collector Magazine

23rd February 2017: In this week’s NEWS , The Hollies get boxed, George Harrison pops up, Bob Marley gets Musical, and Ringo Starr puts it All together – again. 24 more words



Norway’s KARISMA RECORDS have announced their first signing of the year, and, in keeping with the label’s reputation for finding the best amongst the nascent talent on the Norwegian scene, they have inked a deal with DOBBELTGJENGER, who, according to the band themselves, play “paranoid, dark and catchy rock”. 428 more words


Briarbank's Monthly Jazz - Sunday 19th March

Sunday 19th March

Our monthly jazz returns in March!

John Parker and Emma-Jane Vinyard return for another fantastic afternoon of jazz up in the bar. 37 more words


Mor Thiam - Dini Safarrar (Drums Of Fire)

Originally released in small numbers as a custom pressing in 1973, the compelling ‘Dini Safarrar’ by Senegalese drummer Mor Thiam has gained cult status around the world amongst enthusiasts of jazz, funk, hip hop & African music, and grail status among LP collectors. 271 more words


Album of the Day: Chicago/London Underground, "A Night Walking Through Mirrors"

Cornetist Rob Mazurek and drummer Chad Taylor have been the sole constants in the revolving constellation of groups that have borne the name Chicago Underground going back nearly two decades, when the Chicago Underground Quartet dropped Playground for Delmark in 1998. 417 more words

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In light of the buzz around the joint the previous week, it was only reasonable to expect things to be a little quieter – and in that expectation, those of us who wandered into the Gold Street sheltered workshop at 4pm on the dot were not disappointed. 358 more words

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