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Binker Golding

Binker Golding is best known for playing saxophone in the jazz duo Binker & Moses. He’s also played & recorded with Zara McFarlane, Mr. Jukes, Moses Boyd’s Exodus, Sarah Tandy, Ashley Henry, Maisha & others. His current projects also include a free jazz duo partnership with pianist Elliot Galvin, with whom he has recently released the album “Ex Nihilo”. The Binker Golding Quartet however is his most recent & detailed musical venture. In recent years Binker has picked up four awards with Binker & Moses; a MOBO award for best jazz album, two Jazz FM awards & a parliamentary jazz award

Album

Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: (Take Me to The) Wide Open Lows; Love Me Like A Woman; My Two Dads; Drinking In God’s Own Country; ‘Til My Heart Stops; With What I Know Now; All Out Of Fairy Tales.

Album

Feeding The Machine

Label: Gearbox Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Asynchronous Intervals; Active-Multiple-Fetish-Overlord; Accelerometer Overdose; Feed Infinite; After The Machine Settles; Because Because.

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Article: Six Picks

August 2022

Read "August 2022" reviewed by Pat Youngspiel


Binker Golding Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy Gearbox Records 2022 A place where folk, gospel and jazz meet in tuneful harmony with each other is a place where the likes of Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny spent some of the most original and prolific years of their ...

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Article: In Pictures

Jazz Cerkno 2022

Read "Jazz Cerkno 2022" reviewed by Ziga Koritnik


A collection of photos from the Jazz Cerkno 2022 Festival in Cerkno (Slovenia) from May 19, 2022 to May 21, 2022 featuring TiTiTi, Binker Golding, Moses Boyd, Max Luthert, Joanna Duda Trio, Phil Minton, Szilárd Mezei, Bostjan Gombac, Paal Nilssen-Love CIRCUS, Musician Name, Brandon Seabrook Trio, There Be Monsters, Black Flower, Mario Rom INTERZONE, Robert Jukic ...

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Article: Album Review

Binker Golding: Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy

Read "Dream Like A Dogwood Wild Boy" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Acknowledged as one of the top UK saxophonists since the 2010s, Binker Golding established himself as half of the duo Binker and Moses with drummer Moses Boyd. On the same Gearbox Records label, Golding issued his first solo album Abstractions of Reality Past & Incredible Feathers in 2019. A departure from the uninhibited free improvisation and ...

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Article: Album Review

I Am: Beyond

Read "Beyond" reviewed by Chris May


Tenor saxophone and drums duos were a thing at least as early as the 1950s, but John Coltrane and Elvin Jones elevated the format a decade later. Among their most exalted forays was the 27:04 title track of Coltrane's One Down, One Up: Live At The Half Note (Impulse, 2005), recorded in 1965. In case you ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Kalia Vandever, Binker Golding, Miles Davis, Alex Sipiagin & More New Releases

Read "Kalia Vandever, Binker Golding, Miles Davis, Alex Sipiagin & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


The spotlight on emerging trombonist Kalia Vandever, Binker Golding midwestern fantasies, a version of “Bitches Brew" (the song) from before Bitches Brew (the album), and much more in this set.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Ghost Funk Orchestra, Ben Pirani “Can't Get Out Your Own ...

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Article: Album Review

Joy Ellis: Peaceful Place

Read "Peaceful Place" reviewed by Peter Jones


The best piano trios are often those that have played together for many years, a notable example being the Marcin Wasilewski Trio, whose members have collaborated for more than two decades. These musical relationships become telepathic, creating the impression for the listener not of three musicians but of a single entity. Joy Ellis and her trio ...

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Article: Album Review

John Coltrane Quartet: Song Of Praise: New York 1965 Revisited

Read "Song Of Praise: New York 1965 Revisited" reviewed by Chris May


There are a handful of live performances which, preserved on recordings, have acquired overarching importance in the jazz canon. Charlie Parker's one-night-only appearance at Toronto's Massey Hall in 1953, John Coltrane's weeklong residency at New York's Village Vanguard in 1961 and Miles Davis' at Chicago's Plugged Nickel in 1965 are amongst the longest established.


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