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      Karen Sharp Trio: Another Place

      I first heard Sharp when she was part of Humphrey Lyttelton’s eight-piece band alongside the equally excellent Jo Fooks, a rare combination of female saxophonists in a front-line. I...

      Fred Randolph: Mood Walk

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      Shri: beyond the groove

      One of the most enjoyable and inspiring gigs I've caught in some while came courtesy of the award-winning Shrikanth Sriram, better known as Shri. The Bengaluru-born, Mumbai-raised and Croydon-domiciled...
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      On the Other Hand 06/20

      Dave Gelly discovers the silver lining of epidemical house-arrest - rummaging among old records. For Art Themen, it's front doorstep serenades for the neighbours

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      New York ramblings

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      50 Women In The Blues

      "This is a man's, man's, man's world" proclaimed the godfather of soul, James Brown, whilst rarely ever acknowledging that this renowned anthem was co-written by his former girlfriend, Betty...
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      JJ 02/59: Jazzman’s Diary by Jack Higgins

      Jazz a la King - The three main centres for modern jazz fans these days are the Marquee, Dankworth and Flamingo clubs. I must admit that I don't spend...
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      Sarah Vaughan: Live

      Aged 50 at the time, 1974, Sarah Vaughan is in her vocal prime here. This release presents two television shows that were under the title Jazz From Newport, although...