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Jazz Journal Sep 18
Preview: Guy Barker's Big Band Christmas at the RAH including Strictly Come Dancing singer Tommy Blaize and clarinettist Adrian Cox
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Jazz Journal Sep 12
Review: SPARCfest, London - the first in a week-long series of concerts kicked off with perhaps one of the most intriguing collective improvisations ever seen, says
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Jazz Journal Sep 12
Preview: Cambridge Jazz Festival - 13 to 17 November, with more than 420 musicians including Ian Shaw, Claire Martin and Madeleine Peyroux
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Jazz Journal Sep 10
Review: Ystad Sweden Jazz Festival - Marek Piechnat enjoyed the varied programme at this year's festival and had the experience of a lifetime thanks to Nils Petter Molvaer and a rainbow
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Jazz Journal Sep 10
Preview: Marsden Jazz Festival - this year's festival brings a packed and eclectic programme of jazz to Yorkshire in October, with almost 100 events over three days
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Jazz Journal Sep 10
Preview: BopFest, London - The third BopFest brings a week of top bop and straightahead jazz to central London's Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club this November
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Jazz Journal Sep 8
Review: Wall2Wall, Abergavenny - experiences frenetic musicianship, rising young players and more at the 11th annual Wall2Wall festival
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Jazz Journal Aug 31
The 81 albums reviewed in JJ September 2018 including Chet Baker, Alina Bzhezhinska, Dinosaur, Bill Frisell, Steve Khan, Guy Lafitte, Elvis Presley, Woody Shaw, Trio HLK and Lester Young
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Jazz Journal Aug 31
Click to see more of Steve Fishwick, Eberhard Weber, Steve Khan and Eddie Jefferson as featured in Jazz Journal September plus more expert comment in book reviews, columns and 20k+ words of album review
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Jazz Journal Aug 25
Review: Au Gres du Jazz, Alsace - Bob Weir travels to small-town Alsace for a busy festival with standout shows from Chris Potter and Shai Maestro, Fred Hersch and Seamus Blake
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Jazz Journal Aug 25
Preview: Jazz goes cruising - the renowned Blue Note At Sea and The Jazz Cruise sail from Florida next January with a roster of leading players inc. Randy Brecker, Houston Person, Ken Peplowski and Gary Smulyan
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Jazz Journal Aug 19
Review: Umbria Jazz Festival - despite arriving five days into the event Bob Weir still found plenty to entice in Perugia, including Vijay Iyer, the Mingus Big Band and Gregory Porter
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Jazz Journal Aug 19
Review: Flow Festival, Helsinki - Saxophonist Kamasi Washington stole the show at the 15th Flow Festival, but Terry Riley, 83, surprised with some jazz too, writes Wif Stenger
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Jazz Journal Aug 12
Review: Warsaw Summer Jazz Days - the festival mixed British, US and Polish artists in an all-jazz programme played to an atypically wide age-range, says Bob Weir
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Jazz Journal Aug 10
Review: Garana Jazz Festival - Bob Weir enjoys music from Youn Sun Nah, Stanley Clarke, Adam Baldych and many more at a special jazz festival in rural Romania
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Jazz Journal Aug 10
Preview: Middlesbrough Jazz Weekender in October with Chris Barber, NYJO, Printmakers, Dinosaur, Mingus Big Band, Hailey Tuck and more
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Jazz Journal Aug 7
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Jazz Journal Aug 4
Preview: LJF at The Other Palace - present a series of concerts as part of the 2018 London Jazz Festival, including Liane Carroll, Claire Martin, Alan Barnes, Dave O'Higgins and Freddie Gavita
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Jazz Journal Aug 3
Review: Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Dave Jones sees the pianist's trio gradually enlivening a strangely quiet room at Ronnie Scott's
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Jazz Journal Aug 2
Review: Stefanos Tsourelis Trio - Nigel Jarrett hears oud and guitar dovetailed in perfect harmony
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