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Hum Dono

Label: Dutton Vocalion
Released: 2015
Track listing: Tracks: Stephano's Dance; Spring Low Sweet Harriott; Ballad for Goa; N.N.N.T.; Hum Dono; Jaipur.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Harriott-Amancio D’Silva Quartet: Hum Dono

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All credit to Dutton Vocalion for making Hum Dono available again. It's open to question, of course, whether the record should be seen as a Harriott date at all. The Goan guitarist, Amancio D'Silva, is certainly more than a junior partner here and provides five of the record's six tunes, as well as shaping its whole ...

Joe Harriott Quintet: Movement / High Spirits

Label: Dutton Vocalion
Released: 2012
Track listing: Tracks: Movement>: Morning Blue; Beams; Count Twelve; Face in the Crowd; Revival; Blues on Blues; Spaces; Spiritual Blues; Movement. High Spirits: Home Sweet Heaven; If I Gave You; Go Into Your Trance; You’d Better Love Me; I Know Your Heart; Was She Prettier Than I?; Forever and a Day; Something Tells Me.

John Dankworth: What The Dickens! / Off Duty!

Label: Dutton Vocalion
Released: 2012
Track listing: Tracks: What The Dickens! Prologue; Weller Never Did; Little Nell; The Infant Phenomenon; Demdest Little Fascinator; Dotheboys Hall; Ghosts; David And The Bloaters; Please Sir, I Want Some More; The Artful Dodger; Waiting For Something To Turn Up; Dodson And Fogg; The Pickwick Club; Sergeant Buzfuz; Finale. Off Duty! Ja-Da; Off Duty!; Little Brown Jig; Sophisticated Lady; African Waltz; Bernie’s Tune; Skyliner; Basin Street Blues; To Emma; Don’t Get Around Much Anymore; Song of India; Holloway House.

Harold McNair: Harold McNair / Flute & Nut

Label: Dutton Vocalion
Released: 2012
Track listing: Tracks: Harold McNair: Mento; Indecision; Lord Of The Reedy River; The Hipster; Mini Blues; Secret Love; Darn That Dream; On A Clear Day You Can See Forever; The Cottage. Tracks: Flute & Nut: The Umbrella Man; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes; You Are Too Beautiful; Barnes Bridge; Nomadic Joe; Herb Green; My Romance; Burnt Amber.

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

John Dankworth: What The Dickens! / Off Duty!

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John DankworthWhat The Dickens! / Off Duty!Dutton Vocalion2012 (1963/1969)This reissue contains two very different prospects. Off Duty!is really Dankworth-lite. What The Dickens!, by contrast, is the real thing and one of four fine suites the orchestra recorded in the '60s-that's counting wife Cleo Laine's Shakespeare and All That ...

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Harold McNair: Harold McNair / Flute & Nut

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Harold McNair Harold McNair / Flute & Nut Dutton Vocalion 2012 (1968/1969)The story of Jamaican saxophonist/flautist Harold McNair is one of the great “what-might've-beens" of British jazz. He was, by all accounts, a charming, well-mannered guy with a beautiful sound on tenor, alto and, in particular, on flute, and the ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Joe Harriott Quintet: Movement / High Spirits

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Joe Harriott QuintetMovement / High Spirits Dutton Vocalion2012 (1963/1964)The acquisition, ownership and handling of a back catalogue of classic British jazz from the sixties by first Polygram and then Universal is a story of meanness and incompetence. It meant that key recordings by the likes of saxophonists Joe ...


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