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Telling The Tale

Label: Pokey Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Elephant Lane; Telling The Tale; Washington Lyon; Huckster; Canto Triste; Corneta; Luck; Dromo.


Article: Album Review

Chris Batchelor's Zoetic: Telling The Tale

Read "Telling The Tale" reviewed by Chris May

A founder member of the radical London big band Loose Tubes in 1983, trumpeter Chris Batchelor was one of the Young Turks leading the mid-to-late 1980s British jazz renaissance. While pianist and composer Django Bates emerged as perhaps the most high-profile member of the band, Batchelor is every inch his equal, both as a player and ...


Article: Album Review

Eddie Gripper: Home

Read "Home" reviewed by Neil Duggan

Home is the debut album from Eddie Gripper, an English pianist, composer and educator from Oxfordshire. He's now based in Cardiff, where he studied jazz at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama with Huw Warren. He has collaborated with Warren and also with Iain Ballamy, John Parricelli and Welsh folk artist Angharad Jenkins of ...


Article: Live Review

Belgrade Jazz Festival 2022

Read "Belgrade Jazz Festival 2022" reviewed by Martin Longley

Belgrade Jazz Festival Dom Omladine/MTS Dvorana Belgrade, Serbia October 26-30, 2022 There are now early signs that some festivals might be set to struggle during 2023, but even if certain aspects are reduced, much of the damage can be cosmetically screened. So far. Perhaps it depends on ...


Ken Wheeler - Some Gnu Ones

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Piece For Double Bass And Low Strings; C-Man; Baroque Piece.


Article: Album Review

Chris Laurence: Ken Wheeler - Some Gnu Ones

Read "Ken Wheeler - Some Gnu Ones" reviewed by Chris May

The Jazz in Britain label has made its reputation with a niche catalogue of previously unavailable archive albums, mostly recorded live back in the day by jazz greats such as the saxophonists Tubby Hayes and Joe Harriott. With the lovely Ken Wheeler: Some Gnu Ones, the label ventures more or less into the present day with ...


Article: Album Review

Mike De Souza: Slow Burn

Read "Slow Burn" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

While making his way to reputation in the world of jazz guitar, British composer Mike de Souza was lucky enough to have been able to play with contemporary greats such as Terence Blanchard while receiving his education on the guitar by leading players John Parricelli and Gilad Hekselman, among others. The guitarist co-leads the young British ...


Article: Album Review

Ola Onabule: Point Less

Read "Point Less" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

British-Nigerian singer/songwriter Ola Onabulé has a rich baritone voice and a commanding presence. He's a soul singer above all, but also draws on pop, world music and jazz. Despite its title, opener “Throwaway Notion" is a catchy tune with a Pan-African groove, and very dark lyrics about the current race to the bottom in politics all ...


Article: Interview

Huw Warren: Global Music from a Local Perspective

Read "Huw Warren: Global Music from a Local Perspective" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Welsh pianist and composer, Huw Warren, has been an important voice on the British jazz scene for many years. With a seemingly endless appetite for music, Warren has both been delving into Brazilian music with singer Maria Pia de Vito and played ethereal folk-inspired jazz music with another singer, June Tabor, in the trio Quercus. He ...


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