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    New album from Muriel Grossman called Reverence

    Her usual quartet plus a guest.




    mmmmhhh!!!...

    the bandcamp function that Duncan and I are trying to develop (well mostly him) is not really working

    https://murielgrossmann.bandcamp.com/album/reverence
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    New album from Muriel Grossman called Reverence

    Her usual quartet plus a guest.
    Great, fan here!
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    Maalouf's new album (essentially a duo with pretigious guests)



    all 43 ttracks can be heard here

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...RYWqylY8CL-73d
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    New album from Muriel Grossman called Reverence

    Her usual quartet plus a guest.




    mmmmhhh!!!...

    the bandcamp function that Duncan and I are trying to develop (well mostly him) is not really working

    https://murielgrossmann.bandcamp.com/album/reverence
    Thanks for this share - only took a few moments of listening to send me scurrying over to Bandcamp to part with more of my money - no regrets having done so! This one will be getting a lot of spins.

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000pjcm

    Although this won't be accessible for everyone, it's really worth watching if you can. It's a beautiful documentary about Ronnie Scott, his famous club in Soho, & more widely, about the history of jazz in London. It's full of remarkable clips of musicians performing at the club, from Miles to Roland Kirk, Dizzy Gillespie to Sarah Vaughan, Buddy Rich to Oscar Peterson.

    A wonderful, moving, & very humane film.

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    There was a fair bit of love around here last year for the debut album by Graham Costello's Strata. The pianist in the band is Fergus McCreadie, & his own Trio's second album, Cairn, is released in January. This is the title cut, & it shows how he is building on the achievements of his debut, Turas:


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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    There was a fair bit of love around here last year for the debut album by Graham Costello's Strata. The pianist in the band is Fergus McCreadie, & his own Trio's second album, Cairn, is released in January. This is the title cut, & it shows how he is building on the achievements of his debut, Turas:

    It seems to me that jazz will never die as long as there are connoisseurs of it and as long as there are performers who feel this music so precisely. Of course, we can listen to classical jazz only in digitized old recordings and there is no competition for them. I love modern songs, but old Frank is unlikely to be outdone.

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    New Matthew Halsall album


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    Totally overlooked album in the 'scandinavian garbarek Jarret style' (if that is a style).


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    Watching a Big Ears stream from the Norwegian Digital Jazz Festival of Eivind Aarset Quartet, wonderful stuff, have never heard them before but loving it. Double bill with Hedvig Mollestad Trio (who were superb). Certainly going to explore this stuff.
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