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Brian Kellock

Brian Kellock is a jazz pianist with a distinctive, swinging style which may have classic jazz piano at its heart but can never be second-guessed.

John Rae Trio

Label: Thick Records NZ
Released: 2020
Track listing: Where The Wild Clematis Grow (Prelude) Nightmare We’ll Never Meet Again Canta Y No Llores 5th Avenue Wild Clematis

Think About It!

Label: Thick Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: East Of The Sun; The Nearness Of You; Voyage; Gone With The Wind; Stella By Starlight; If I Love You; Song For The Rootabagas.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

BK3: Think About It!

Read "Think About It!" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

BK3 is the collective name for a trio of Scotland's finest jazz players—pianist Brian Kellock, bassist Kenny Ellis and drummer John Rae. The three musicians first came together as the rhythm section for the John Rae Collective in 1988 and in the 30 or so years prior to the 2020 release of Think About It! the ...

Bidin' My Time

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Easy to Remember; Prisoner of Love; Slow Boat to China; Heather on the Hill; A Handful of Keys; Sunset and the Mockingbird;. Bidin' My Time; Young and Foolish; I Got Rhythm; Wait 'Til You See Her.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian Kellock: Bidin' My Time

Read "Bidin' My Time" reviewed by Michael S. Clark

Some of the finest musicians in jazz music are among the most self-effacing people on the planet. The Scottish pianist, Brian Kellock, is one such personality. For almost three decades, Edinburgh-born Kellock has, more often than not, been the first-call pianist on stage and in the studio for jazz musicians such as Warren Vache, Scott Hamilton, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Brilliant Corners 2016

Read "Brilliant Corners 2016" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Brilliant Corners 2016 Various venues jny:Belfast, N. Ireland March 5-12, 2016 Another Brilliant Corners, a few more brilliant corners. Belfast's fledgling international jazz festival may only be in its fourth year but already it feels like an established part of the city's vibrant cultural landscape, a date in the ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

David Lyttle at The MAC

Read "David Lyttle at The MAC" reviewed by Ian Patterson

David Lyttle The MAC jny:Belfast January 22, 2016 The soft launch of Brilliant Corners 2016 (March 5-12) took place in Belfast's multi-million pound arts centre, The MAC, and featured Northern Ireland's internationally acclaimed drummer/composer David Lyttle--Moving On Music's Artist-In Residence at The MAC for 2016. The venue, however, was not ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Sheila Jordan: Now's The Time

Read "Sheila Jordan: Now's The Time" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Sheila Jordan, one of the last great jazz vocalists from the bebop era turns eighty six on 18 November. Happy Birthday Sheila! There's much to celebrate. The Pennsylvanian-born singer's remarkable life story has just been published--the first complete biography to cover Jordan's life and career in detail. Written by Ellen Johnson over seven years, Jazz Child: ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tommy Smith/Brian Kellock: Whispering of the Stars

Read "Whispering of the Stars" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Tommy Smith is known best for his directorship of the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra. The group has emerged as one of the finest of big bands with offerings like the classic In the Spirit of Duke (Spartacus records, 2013), a tribute to Duke Ellington, Rhapsody In Blue (Spartacus Records, 2006), an extended and stunning remake of ...


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