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Dave Green

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Born in London in 1942, he started on tea-chest bass in local skiffle groups before buying his first double bass at fifteen. Local gigs followed, often with neighbour Charlie Watts and trumpeter Brian Jones.

Turning professional in 1963 he worked with Keith Ingham and with multi instrumentalist Pete Shade. He joined the Don Rendell Quintet in the December, and remained with until 1969, by which time it had become the Don Rendell-Ian Carr Quintet. In 1964 he worked with Benny Goodman on TV. In 1965 he joined Humphrey Lyttelton, remaining with the band for eighteen years, but managing to combine the work with playing with Stan Tracey, and accompanying many visiting American jazzmen.

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At PizzaExpress Live

Label: PX Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Breeze & I; Black Velvet; Poinciana; Blue 'n' Boogie; The Girl From Ipanema; Pure Imagination; The Summer Wind; The More I See You; Tin Tin Deo.

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Warm Up

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2023
Track listing: Disc One: Blues By Five; Jonah And The Whale; The Sixth Seal; Shades Of Blue; Hot Red; No Blues. Disc Two: Garrison ’64; Promises; Ursula; Autumn Leaves; When I Fall In Love; My Funny Valentine.

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Article: Album Review

Scott Hamilton Quartet: At PizzaExpress Live

Read "At PizzaExpress Live" reviewed by Dave Linn


"Cocktail jazz" is a term used to describe a jazz music style often played in upscale, sophisticated settings such as bars, restaurants, and hotels. It is typically characterized by its relaxed and laid-back feel and its use of melodic and harmonically accessible tunes that are pleasant to listen to. The Scott Hamilton Quartet release At PizzaExpress ...

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Never Never Land

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2022
Track listing: Start Right; Never Never Land; Chinese Wand; Third World Song; Jack And John; Your Eyes Are Love; The Story So Far; A Night In Amnesia; No Surprises; Your Dancing Toes; Zemlja; Richie Street N1; Third World Song.

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Raise Four

Label: Trio Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Jez Nelson/Dave Green Interview; Shuffle Boil (Monk); Ex-Changes (Green/Dixon/Parker/Calderazzo); Raise Four (Monk); A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing (Strayhorn); Played Twice (Monk). Rec. November 5, 2004.

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Article: Book Excerpts

Ivor Cutler: A Life Outside The Sitting Room

Read "Ivor Cutler: A Life Outside The Sitting Room" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


The following is an excerpt from Chapter 6 (A Life of Whimsical Fantasies) and 9 (A Life on the Page), from Ivor Cutler: A Life Outside The Sitting Room (Equinox Publishing, 2022). Chapter 6: A Life of Whimsical Fantasies Ivor's love of jazz, formed during his teens and early-20s, remained strong and he visited ...

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Article: Album Review

Henry Lowther's Quarternity: Never Never Land

Read "Never Never Land" reviewed by Chris May


The British trumpeter and composer Henry Lowther, who first made an impact in the 1960s and released the well received album Can't Believe, Won't Believe (Village Life) in 2018, came to jazz via a circuitous route. After playing cornet in a provincial Salvation Army band, he moved to London around 1960 to study violin at the ...

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Article: Album Review

Dave Green Trio plus Evan Parker: Raise Four

Read "Raise Four" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Bassist Dave Green recorded this set for the BBC Radio 3 programme Somethin' Else in 2004. In the interview included here with the show's presenter Jez Nelson, Green reflects on a forty year career in jazz. It is fitting that this fine record, only his fourth as leader, sees its release in the year Green marks ...

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Blue Beginnings

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Blue Doom; Autumn Leaves; Garrison ’64; Shades Of Blue; Sailin’; Latin Blue; You’ll Never Know; Big City Strut.


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