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Paul Edis: Snakes And Ladders

Snakes and Ladders features a richly rewarding collection of eight original compositions, composed and performed by a major voice in British jazz – composer and pianist Paul Edis, featured...

Roberto Magris: Suite!

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Sonny Stitt: the early years, 1941-1952

Known as the "Lone Wolf", Sonny Stitt was constantly moving from town to town and city to city, attempting to find common cause with whatever local rhythm section was...
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Obituary: Simon Fell

Rhodri Davies has written a personal appreciation of bassist Simon Fell, who died from a recently diagnosed advanced cancer on 28 June: Simon was a portal for me into improvised...
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Jazz And Cricket: An Unlikely Combination

Despite England’s woeful end in the cricket last month against India, Matthew Wright’s new book, drawing on the perhaps unusual yet prevalent connections between jazz and cricket is both...

The Look Of Jazz

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JJ 01/71: The Youth Jazz Orchestra at the Cockpit, London

The best thing about this November session at the Cockpit, the ILEA Arts Centre in Marylebone, was that there was no need at all for the critic to come...
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Modern Jazz Quartet: Live

The glut of plastic that is choking the oceans of the world is entirely due to the surfeit of CDs and DVDs by the Dave Brubeck Quartet and the...

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