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Adrian Pallant
Music writer/reviewer and musician with a fervent appreciation of contemporary jazz, classical, etc. (see for professional editorial services).
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Replying to @f_machines
RELEASED TODAY! ’ ‘NEW LIFE’…
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Adrian Pallant Oct 17
PERHAPS a little off the beaten track… these four, interesting and upcoming releases are currently catching the attention – , , , . Links to sample/purchase:
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Adrian Pallant Oct 17
Back for its second year, in November/December – cross-cultural, cross-genre project CROYDON COMPOSERS, led by charismatic bassist, producer and composer . Full details at:
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Adrian Pallant Oct 17
CONGRATULATIONS to and team in winning ‘Jazz Venue of the Year’ at last night’s 2018 Parliamentary Jazz Awards . Deserved recognition for their seemingly tireless programming of live contemporary jazz in the north, !
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Adrian Pallant Oct 16
‘Interesting to discover the iPhone/iPad app for (which also, today, replaces BBC iPlayer Radio on the web) and especially this week’s roll-out of schedules – an important factor in discovering and selecting radio listening. Information here:
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Adrian Pallant Oct 15
‘Reminded, today, of ‘THE WAY HOME’ – a beautiful album released this year by and . CD or digital download available from
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Adrian Pallant Oct 15
Emotionally-conceived piano trio music to focus on and savour – ‘FUNDUR’, from Icelandic pianist/composer , out NOW . Review and purchasing links:
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LondonJazz News Oct 15
CD REVIEW: Trygve Seim – Helsinki Songs
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Shirley Smart Oct 15
Thanks for this interview about my upcoming album 'Long Story Short' - launching at on 24th October, and out on later this autumn!! 😊😊 With , and Nicolas Meier
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Adrian Pallant Oct 15
Replying to @johnferg02
What are the chances of THAT, John?! But then again, it demonstrates the calibre of these albums. If viewed as a top six in this genre, perhaps they’ll never change – the stuff of formative years’ discovery which have never lost their magic since releasing some 40 years ago! :)
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Adrian Pallant Oct 13
Cool, fresh, dance-beat grooves from Birmingham’s jazz scene – sextet Districts (with Alex Astbury, Lee Griffiths and Dave Sear) release debut digital album ‘GREEN IS NOT A CREATIVE COLOUR’ on 1st November. Preview/pre-order at Bandcamp ():
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Adrian Pallant Oct 13
My review of Flying Machines’ ‘NEW LIFE’ ( ), releasing this Friday, 19 October, (: 22 October; : 25 November):
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Adrian Pallant Oct 13
‘Enjoying so many plays of wonderful ‘ABSCONDIT’ at the moment, from the Graeme Wilson Quartet ( ). Album released yesterday, 5th October, and is available : . Vimeo: .
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Adrian Pallant Oct 13
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Adrian Pallant Oct 12
Mmmmmmm… into the weekend with a full preview of ’s 'Darling Day’ (from forthcoming album ‘TO THE ISLANDS’: ) – :
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Adrian Pallant Oct 11
Further evidence of ’s creative flair in ’s review and photographs of the opening night of ‘Hang’. Third and final night tomorrow, Friday 12 October – info/booking: . ‘Songbook’ album review: .
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Adrian Pallant Oct 11
Ever-inventive ’s new album, ‘TO THE ISLANDS’, releases 2nd November; and the lush opening track, ‘Holding Hands’, is previewed over at Bandcamp, along with more information and pre-ordering (CD/vinyl/digital):
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Adrian Pallant Oct 11
Ahhhhhh, niiiiiice. ‘Look at this cool apparel from (watch out for official announcement)…
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Adrian Pallant Oct 9
Feel-good factor 10 – and a darned good listen! ’s peppy, post-bop ‘POINT BLANK’. Review and purchasing links: ( )…
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Adrian Pallant Oct 9
Next up & : ‘In Common’; & : ‘Invisible Sounds’; : ‘In the Corners of Clouds’; : ‘Something About Rainbows’. Info, release dates, previews, videos, purchasing –>
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