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Agile Experiments: Alive In The Empire

That would be the Empire Bar in Hackney, in case you were thinking Dune or Star Wars or Jefferson Starship, though Agile Experiments would fit into those...
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Back Door – bless their old boots /1

When Back Door released their self-titled debut in 1972 they caused something of a media frenzy in the UK, a not insignificant achievement when jazz-rock combos such...

Still Clinging to the Wreckage 02/19

"I must confess to getting more joy from previously unissued material by Buck, Pres, Hawk, Zoot, Getz, Hodges etc. than hearing some brilliant new wunderkind who has...

Jazz and cricket memories

The Geography Of Jazz

The Geography Of Jazz is collection of poems by Lenard D. Moore. Moore is an acclaimed poet, author and founder of the Carolina...

Free Jazz Communism

JJ 09/59: Benny Green – Is Jazz an Art-form?

For every word of good sense that has been written about jazz there are half a dozen pages of flapdoodle, rich, imbecilic stuff that can become most...

JJ 05/89: Jazz awards

Billy Cobham: Jazz Legends, Live At The Palais Des Festivals Hall, Cannes 1989

Despite the sighting of two mullets and a mix dominated by a synth sound you would associate with Spandau Ballet, this 45-minute show from 30 years ago...

Green Book

Count Basie: Live