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Jazz Journal 8h
Gilad Hekselman Zuperoctave: Eyes Of The World - "This is contemporary jazz of a fairly conventional type with rhythm, improvisation and steady swing the main priorities", says Derek Ansell via
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Jazz Journal 13h
Scott Robinson: Tenormore - "...although the 10 tracks on this disc represent nothing new from the man, as we have come to expect, it’s always engaging", says Peter Gamble via
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Jazz Journal 13h
Wanda Stafford/Patricia Scot: In Love For The Very First Time/Once Around The Clock - "It seems there was an awful lot of talent around when it came to quality singers in the late 50s and early 60s", says Nic Jones via
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Jazz Journal 13h
Louis Hayes/Junior Cook Quintet: At Onkel Pö’s Carnegie Hall - "Onkel Pö evenings ended whenever it was decided to call last orders, and when musicians were playing as though there were no stopping them", says Nigel Jarrett via
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Jazz Journal 13h
Binker Golding And Elliot Galvin: Ex Nihilo - "...vibrant enough as it is, the session itself raises the old question about recordings of free improvisation", says Michael Tucker via
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Jazz Journal 13h
Marilyn Mazur’s Shamania: Shamania - "Don't miss a near-hour of shape-shifting magic from this most musical of percussionists and her equally estimable cohorts", says Michael Tucker via
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Jazz Journal 17h
Bill Jennings: The Complete Prestige 1959-1960 - "The two albums could not be said to be revolutionary. But they contain some cool, relaxed and right down-front guitar playing", says Ian Lomax via
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Jazz Journal 17h
Anton Eger: Æ - "...as bold a statement as I’ve heard for many years", says Fred Grand via
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Jazz Journal 17h
Various: Spiritual Jazz 9. Blue Notes, Parts 1 & 2 - "...designed to encapsulate the shift toward the spiritual within jazz, specifically that which was effected on Blue Note Records between 1962 and 1976", says Elliot Marlow-Stevens via
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Jazz Journal 17h
Benjamin Croft: 10 Reasons To… - "...inspired by the recent passing of musicians such as Allan Holdsworth and Keith Emerson ... a great listen from start to finish", says Elliot Marlow-Stevens via
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Jazz Journal 17h
Sarah Tandy: Infection In The Sentence ' "Like many current and recent jazz releases, the music here isn’t really innovative – we’ve heard it all before ... although I wanted to hear more by the end of it", says Dave Jones via
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Jazz Journal 18h
Dwight Trible: Mothership - "You’ll hear more nuanced performances at the local pub on karaoke night", says John Adcock via
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Jazz Journal 18h
Ben Webster: First Concert In Denmark - "...the Brute plays like an angel", says John White via
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Jazz Journal 18h
Rymden: Reflections & Odysseys - "Trace echoes of E.S.T. are almost inevitable", says Fred Grand via
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Jazz Journal 18h
Carla Campopiano Trio: Chicago/Buenos Aires Connections - "...very accomplished instrumentalists but the material here is less than engaging", says Gordon Jack via
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Jazz Journal 18h
Kate Williams/Georgia Mancio: Finding Home - "...a strong mix of voice and trio, sometimes with strings added, comprising original material written by Kate and Georgia and reinforcing their tough musical compatibility", says Derek Ansell via
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Jazz Journal Apr 24
Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated: R&B From The Marquee Plus Blues From The Roundhouse - "...the slightly awkward but spirited beginning of the whole British blues-cum-jazz-cum-rock movement of the 1960s and beyond", says Dave Gelly via
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Jazz Journal Apr 24
Paul Desmond: Easy Living - "...modern jazz of the mid-60s with a sweet and velvety texture ... The sound is excellent on this 180-gram vinyl", says Derek Ansell via
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Jazz Journal Apr 24
Cyrille Aimée: Move On - "If you are into musical shows and/or the music of Sondheim, this is for you. Otherwise forget it", says Derek Ansell via
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Jazz Journal Apr 24
Seed Ensemble: Driftglass - "...an impressive record with a whole host of great musicians reflecting the current London jazz scene", says Gareth Thomas via
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