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Paul Booth: Travel Sketches

Read "Travel Sketches" reviewed by Chris May

The intense media interest surrounding the rise of the British woke jazz movement is welcome, but it is increasingly monopolising local bandwidth. Great British jazz which adheres more closely to the founding American tradition is becoming sidelined. Babies and bathwater come to mind. One of the few British labels looking at the 360-degree picture ...

Bansangu Orchestra

Label: Pathway Recordings
Released: 2018
Track listing: Cross Channel; The Long Road; My Old Life; Currulao Cool; Takes Three To Samba; Choice Is Yours; Light My Fire; The Village; The Reason.

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Bansangu Orchestra: Bansangu Orchestra

Read "Bansangu Orchestra" reviewed by Roger Farbey

The eponymously titled Bansangu Orchestra is the brainchild of British saxophonist Paul Booth, guitarist Giorgio Serci and trumpeter Kevin Robinson. Booth, who is the band's musical director, has played and recorded with Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, and Snowboy, and from the jazz world, Michael Janisch, Sax Appeal, The Mike Garrick Big Band and Tim Garland's Northern ...


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