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Jeff Clyne was a virtuoso bass player. Starting with a short spell as a military bandsman in 1955 he then played in London with Tony Crombie's Rockets and with Stan Tracey. In 1958, he joined the Jazz Couriers, a group co-led by Tubby Hayes and Ronnie Scott and Britain's answer to Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. He continued to work with Hayes' various groups for about ten years. Clyne was the bass player on the Tubby Hayes big band album, 100% Proof. In the early 60's, Clyne also worked with such avant-garde groups as the Spontaneous Music Ensemble and Amalgam, led by John Stevens and Trevor Watts


Jazz Suite Inspired By Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood

Label: Re-Steamed
Released: 2023
Track listing: Cockle Row; Starless And Bible Black; I Lost My Sleep In Nantucket; No Good Boyo; Pen Pals; Llareggub; Under Milk Wood; A.M. Mayhem.


Article: Album Review

Nucleus: Nucleus Live at the BBC

Read "Nucleus Live at the BBC" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini

Dio salvi la regina. E la BBC. L'emittente di stato britannica ha capito fin da subito che da quelle belle energie musicali, che spuntavano come l'erba di Hyde Park sotto al tiepido sole di quelle latitudini, passavano le scelte esistenziali e culturali delle nuove generazioni e sin dagli anni sessanta ha dato ampio spazio alla musica, ...


Solar Session

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Element 1; Bedrock Deadlock; Spirit Level; Torso; Snakehips’ Dream.


Revisiting Tanglewood 63: The Early Tapes

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tanglewood 63; Five For England; Fanfare; June The 15th 1967; Sojourn; Canticle; Country Roads.



Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Disc One: Live At The 100 Club Set 1: Phase 1 – 5. Disc Two: Live At The 100 Club Set 2: Phase 6 – 8; Encore. Disc Three: Live At Grass Roots: Phase 1 – 6.


Nucleus Live at the BBC

Label: Repertoire
Released: 2021
Track listing: Introduction: John Peel; Elastic Rock; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Orpheus; Persephone’s Jive; Twisted Track; Song for the Bearded Lady; Elastic Rock; Stonescape; Single Line; Twisted Track; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Persephone’s Jive; Never Carry Any More Than You Can Eat; Ballad of Joe Pimp; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Sun Child; Introduction: Brian Priestley; Freudian Saturday; Outro: Brian Priestley; Oasis; Introduction: Brian Priestley; Jam; 1916 (Battle of Boogaloo); Song for the Bearded Lady; We’ll Talk About It Later; Snakehips’ Dream; Song for the Bearded Lady; Elastic; Snakehips’ Dream; Snakehips’ Dream; Introduction: John Peel; Song for the Bearded Lady; Morning Call; Introduction: John Peel; Song for the Bearded Lady; Snakehips’ Dream; Crude Blues Part Two; Introduction: Don Locke; The Dream; Mayday; Belladonna; Suspension; New Life; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Sarsaparilla; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Pastoral Graffiti; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Theme 3: Rites of Man; Snakehips Etcetera; Introduction: Charles Alexander; Alive and Kicking; Rat’s Bag; Outro: Charles Alexander; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Splat; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Brain Child; Introduction: Peter Clayton; In Flagrante Delicto; Introduction: Charles Fox; Sassy (American Girl); Black Ballad (Ecce Domina); Simply This (The Human Condition); Outro: Charles Fox; Conversation with the Blues Part 1; Conversation with the Blues Part 2; Sidewalk; Introduction: Charles Fox; Easy Does It Now; Introduction: Charles Fox; The Pretty Redhead; For Miles and Miles; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Peter Clayton; After the Rain; Introduction: Peter Clayton; You Can’t Be Serious You Must Be Joking; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Charles Fox; Symptoms of Love; She Tells Her Love; Introduction: Charles Fox; Love in Barrenness; Remorse Code; Outro: Charles Fox; Something for Mister Jelly Lord; Introduction: Ian Carr; She Tells Her Love; Introduction: Ian Carr; Bouquets Pour Ma Belle; Introduction: Charles Fox; Chiaroscuro; Introduction: Charles Fox; Midnight Oil; Introduction: Charles Fox; Awakening; Outro: Charles Fox; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Peter Clayton; For Miles and Miles; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Easy Does It Now; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Ian Carr; For Miles and Miles; Open Country; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Ian Carr; Trio for Open Trumpet, EWI and Drums; Duo in B Minor for Harmon-Muted Trumpet and Bass Guitar; Quintet in A; Introduction: Ian Carr; Duo for Trumpet and Soprano Saxophone; Trio in D for Flugelhorn, Guitar and Bass Guitar; Introduction: Ian Carr; Duo in Fast Tempo for Cup-Muted Trumpet and Drums; Duo for Straight Muted Trumpet and Guitar; Duo for Open Trumpet and Tenor Saxophone; Introduction: Ian Carr; Old Heartland; Outro: Unknown Announcer; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Uncertain Seduction; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Full Fathom Five; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Pandemonium; Outro: Digby Fairweather; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Ian Carr; For Miles and Miles; You Can’t Be Serious You Must Be Joking; Easy Does It Now; Gone with the Weed; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Out of the Long Dark; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Lady Bountiful; Outro: Peter Clayton; Mutatis Mutandis; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Things Past; Introduction: Peter Clayton; You Can’t Be Serious, You Must Be Joking; Outro: Peter Clayton.


Article: Album Review

Splinters: Inclusivity

Read "Inclusivity" reviewed by Chris May

Archive label Jazz In Britain comes up with another winner. Inclusivity is a 3 x CD collection of the complete performances of Splinters, an all-star 1972 septet comprising three hard boppers, two radical experimentalists and two in-betweeners. They were tenor saxophonist and flautist Tubby Hayes, alto saxophonist Trevor Watts, trumpeter and flugelhornist Kenny Wheeler, pianist Stan ...


Article: Profile

Keith Tippett: 100 Best Foots Forward

Read "Keith Tippett: 100 Best Foots Forward" reviewed by Duncan Heining

From the Albert Hall at twenty-two with a fifty-piece band to picking potatoes to make ends meet a decade later, Keith Tippett's life in music could sum up many a jazz career. After a grim '80s, things now look better for the composer, pianist and bandleader. “What I'm about to say is ridiculous but it was ...


Article: Profile

Pete Brown: White Rooms & Imaginary Westerns, Part 1

Read "Pete Brown: White Rooms & Imaginary Westerns, Part 1" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Part 1 | Part 2 Poet, lyricist, rock musician, producer and scriptwriter—Pete Brown has covered a lot of bases in his six decades in music and literature. His career embodies that era that began with the Beatles' “Love Me Do" in October 1962 and ended in January 1969 with the band playing live on ...


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