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Adrift

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: Adrift: I; Adrift II; Adrift III; Adrift IV; Adrift V; Adrift VI; Adrift: VII; Adrift: VIII.

Rambling

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: Jig Jag Jug, Nordic Blues, October Ending, Count Up / Tune Down, It's Later Than You Think, The Long White Cloud (Interlude), Metaphorical Gardening, The Ayes Have It, Norrebo, Jig Jag Jug (Reprise)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sam Leak and Dan Tepfer: Adrift

Read "Adrift" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Adrift is an unusual recording featuring two pianos in an original work by Sam Leak. It's hard to neatly categorise since it presumably draws its influences from a variety of sources. It could be described as neo-classical, minimalist or chamber jazz but is most probably a mixture of all these elements since it assiduously resists any ...

As If By Magic

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2016
Track listing: Mr Benn; As If By Magic…; The Dragon’s Tale; Coming Home; The Balloonist; 52 Festive Road; The Sea Monster; Don’t Forget The Dragon.

Wild Life

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2016
Track listing: One Shot; Gillett Square Blues; Wild Life; Nothing New...Just Beautiful; Sailing Ships; Golden Rainbow; The Storm; Modern Guilt.

Blackwater

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2016
Track listing: The Dutch Danemann; London - Berlin; Bonza; Riccardo's Room; Lullaby for the Little One; Schur-as; The Unready; Cravings.

Henrik Jensen's Followed by Thirteen: Blackwater

Label: Jellymould Jazz
Released: 2016
Track listing: The Dutch Daneman; London-Berlin; Bonza; Riccardo's Room; Lullaby for the Little One; Schur-as; The Unready; Cravings.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Duncan Lamont Big Band: As If By Magic

Read "As If By Magic" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Mention Mr Benn to people who were young children (or university students) in early 1970s Britain. They may well smile ruefully, develop a far-away look in their eyes and mutter something about things having been much better back then. Nostalgia is a wonderful feeling. At least some of that warm feel-good glow can be put down ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Henrik Jensen's Followed By Thirteen: Henrik Jensen's Followed by Thirteen: Blackwater

Read "Henrik Jensen's Followed by Thirteen: Blackwater" reviewed by Phil Barnes

What does it mean to be 'Followed by Thirteen'? It immediately conjures pictures of some cold war spy thriller--Orson Welles in Greene's “The Third Man," Matt Damon in the Bourne films maybe, as the protagonist is followed by shadowy agents through decaying European cities in defence of unspecified freedoms. Good though it is, it seems unlikely ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Henrik Jensen's Followed By Thirteen: Blackwater

Read "Blackwater" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Blackwater is the second album from London-based Henrik Jensen's Followed By Thirteen. There's one change in personnel from debut album Qualia (Jellymould Jazz, 2013)--Antonio Fusco replacing original drummer Peter Ibbetson--but the instrumentation remains the same. Three years on, the band's increasing experience and maturity as a unit is reflected in the compositions and musicianship displayed here.


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