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ARTICLE: THE JAZZ LIFE

Scenes From a Life in Jazz, Part 2: Life on the Road

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Duncan Lamont was one of the UK's musical treasures. He passed away unexpectedly, a couple of days before his upcoming 88th birthday on July 4th, 2019, having done a gig at the 606 Club in London the night before. I'd known and admired who he was for years and ...

ARTICLE: THE JAZZ LIFE

Scenes from a life in Jazz

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About the author Duncan Lamont is one of the UK's musical treasures. I've known who he is for years, but finally through a friend, got to meet and play with him only this year (2018) at The Pizza Express in Soho, London. Sammy Cahn, the legendary lyricist, said about ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Duncan Lamont Big Band: As If By Magic

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Mention Mr Benn to people who were young children (or university students) in early 1970s Britain. They may well smile ruefully, develop a far-away look in their eyes and mutter something about things having been much better back then. Nostalgia is a wonderful feeling. At least some of that warm feel-good glow can be put down ...