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Guinness Cork Jazz Festival 2013

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Guinness Cork Jazz Festival Various Venues Cork Ireland October 25-28, 2013 Whether it was chance or fate is debatable but the fact is that had it not been for a cancelled bridge tournament the first Cork Jazz Festival might never have got off the ground. The 35th Guinness Cork Jazz ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Courtney Pine: House of Legends

Read "Courtney Pine: House of Legends" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Though multi-reedist Courtney Pine has been playing soprano for almost 30 years, this is the first occasion he's recorded an entire album with the instrument. Following his bass clarinet adventures on the European roots album Europa (Destin-E, 2011) it's clear that the modern British jazz legend doesn't tire of setting himself new challenges. Taking as his ...

ARTICLE: SCUMBLES

Courtney Pine: Suffolk, UK, September 20, 2012

Read "Courtney Pine: Suffolk, UK, September 20, 2012" reviewed by Sammy Stein

Courtney PineSuffolk, UKSeptember 20, 2012Courtney Pine is not so much a musician as an experience. The event was the opening night of the Ipswich Music Festival and the venue was the grand hall of Ipswich High School-grander than most school halls granted but not the sort of venue Pine would ...

Indigo Kid: Indigo Kid

Read "Indigo Kid: Indigo Kid" reviewed by Chris May

Indigo KidIndigo KidBabel Label2012Indigo Kid is the debut, one heckuva debut, by the British guitarist Dan Messore, fronting one heckuva quartet. Indigo Kid comprises two parts new talent and two parts young veterans. New talent is represented by Messore and drummer Gethlin Jones, experience by tenor saxophonist Iain ...

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Cameron Pierre: Pad Up (Get Ready)

Read "Pad Up (Get Ready)" reviewed by Chris May

While rocked-up holy barbarians like Charlie Hunter explode the boundaries of jazz guitar playing, there's still plenty of juice in the straight-ahead tradition--in the right pair of hands. Pat Martino proved that last year with his gob-smackingly inventive Wes Montgomery tribute on Blue Note, Remember. Lest we forget, British-based player Cameron Pierre sings his own legacy-affirming ...


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