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Jazz Journal Nov 14
Review: Belgrade and Pancevo festivals - Bob Weir visited two Serbian jazz festivals and saw Marc Ribot, Joe Lovano, Enrico Rava, Ralph Towner, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra and more
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Jazz Journal Nov 13
Review: Tampere Jazz Happening - Pascal Dorban in Finland sees Henri Texier, Denys Baptiste and the Art Ensemble of Chicago among a host of Scandinavian performers
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Jazz Journal Nov 6
BBC Young Jazz Musician 2018: Monty Alexander, Zoe Rahman, Gary Crosby, Zara McFarlane and Iain Ballamy to judge
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Jazz Journal Oct 26
The 86 albums reviewed in Jazz Journal November, inc. Antonio Adolfo, Julian Argüelles, Lorraine Baker, Brubeck Brothers, Alyn Cosker, Digby Fairweather, Tim Garland, Stan Kenton, Art Pepper, South Florida Jazz Orchestra & Charlie Wood
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Jazz Journal Oct 26
In Jazz Journal November: Kenny Kirkland, the man who stood firm against 80s retrospection - in life and music; Charlie Wood; Ronnie Ross; Randy Brecker; Paul Booth; Lorraine Baker. Plus news, comment and 86 album reviews
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Jazz Journal Oct 22
Review: Mingus Big Band - Bob Weir enjoyed the Mingus Big Band during its six-night residency at Ronnie Scott's, admiring the strength and sincerity of its playing
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Jazz Journal Oct 15
Review: Brighton Alternative Jazz Fest - Simon Adams enjoyed an alternative seaside treat as the festival devoted to experimental jazz and free improvisation took over various Brighton venues
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Jazz Journal Oct 12
Review: Scarborough Jazz Festival 2018 came up trumps with yet another of the varied and wide-ranging programmes we have come to expect from them, says Brian Payne
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Jazz Journal Oct 9
Review: European Jazz Network - Pascal Dorban attended the European Jazz Network conference in Lisbon and sampled a vibrant jazz scene including one Andy Sheppard
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Jazz Journal Oct 9
Review: Dave Holland and Chris Potter - bassist Holland and tenor player Potter joined The Royal Academy of Music big band in one of the jazz gigs of the year, writes Roger Farbey
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Jazz Journal Oct 2
Review: One Note At A Time - Nigel Jarrett reviews the documentary film that tells the story of New Orleans and its jazz musicians after Hurricane Katrina
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Jazz Journal Oct 2
Marlene VerPlanck - a celebration - Leon Nock attended a celebration of the life of Marlene VerPlanck, along with Daryl Sherman, Bill Charlap, Mike Renzi and more
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Jazz Journal Sep 28
The 77 albums reviewed in Jazz Journal October 2018, including Bansangu Orchestra, Coltrane Both Directions, Charles Lloyd, Soft Machine, Travis & Fripp & Now That's What I Call Jazz
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Jazz Journal Sep 28
Jazz Journal October 2018 features Don Ellis, Steve Khan (pt 2), Peter Ind, Chris Potter, Larry Goldings, Sophie Alloway and cover man Bobo Stenson plus 77 album reviews and book and DVD reviews
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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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