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John Taylor

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{{m: John Taylor = 4833}} was born in Manchester (25th September 1942) and first came to the attention of the jazz audience in 1969 when he partnered saxophonists, Alan Skidmore and John Surman. He was later reunited with Surman in the short-lived group Morning Glory and in the 1980s with Miroslav Vitous’s quartet. In the early 1970s, he was accompanist to the singer Cleo Laine and started to compose for his own sextet. John also worked with many visiting artists at Ronnie Scott’s club and later became a member of Ronnie’s quintet. In 1977 John formed the trio Azimuth, with Norma Winstone and Kenny Wheeler

Album

A Supreme Love

Label: Confront Recordings
Released: 2023
Track listing: See Discogs.com for complete track listings.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Jakob Dreyer: Songs, Hymns And Ballads Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

Read "Jakob Dreyer: Songs, Hymns And Ballads Vol. 1 and Vol. 2" reviewed by Dave Linn


German-born bassist Jakob Dreyer grew up interested in many diverse music styles. He says, “As a little child I had a thing for national anthems, church hymns, and traditional songs with simple melodies that I could remember and sing." He began playing classical piano at a young age but also enjoyed playing the pop music he ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Music From Jocelyn Gould, Angelica Sanchez, Nicole Rampersaud And More

Read "New Music From Jocelyn Gould, Angelica Sanchez, Nicole Rampersaud And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show we feature all new releases from Jocelyn Gould, Undisclosed Sims, Nicole Rampersaud, Nudo, John Taylor & Stan Sulzmann, Kevin Sun, Eddie Prévost with N.O. Moore plus Henry Kaiser & Binker Golding, Alessandro Sgobbio, Kuba Cichocki, Kavita Shah, Angelica Sanchez, David Lopato & Global Coolant, Maciej Obara, and Peripheral Vision. Playlist Show ...

Article: Live Review

ONJGT Synthesis e John Surman/Vigleik Storaas alla Casa del Jazz

Read "ONJGT Synthesis e John Surman/Vigleik Storaas alla Casa del Jazz" reviewed by Mario Calvitti


ONJGT Synthesis e John Surman/Vigleik Storas Casa del Jazz Roma 5.7.2023 Anche quest'anno la Casa del Jazz di Roma ha proposto un programma di concerti estivi di tutto rispetto, con un cartellone ricco di eventi e nomi importanti, insieme a diversi altri meno famosi ma non meno interessanti. È il ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ben Rosenblum, Teodross Avery, John Taylor and Others

Read "Ben Rosenblum, Teodross Avery, John Taylor and Others" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show is a mixture of older and newer jazz, featuring current artists like Teodross Avery and Ben Rosenblum and names from the past such as John Taylor and Booker Little. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air ...

Article: Interview

Roberto Ottaviano: sul palco e dietro le quinte

Read "Roberto Ottaviano: sul palco e dietro le quinte" reviewed by Libero Farnè


È estremamente opportuno tornare periodicamente ad analizzare le esperienze più recenti di musicisti di grande personalità del panorama jazzistico italiano. Uno di questi è dagli anni Ottanta Roberto Ottaviano, che esordì discograficamente nel 1983 con Aspects, un lavoro rivelatore, in solo e in sestetto, di una potenza espressiva e di una creatività sconvolgenti. Dopo ...

Article: Album Review

Franco D'Andrea: Sketches of the 20th Century

Read "Sketches of the 20th Century" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Ogni CD pubblicato da Franco D'Andrea rappresenta una tappa significativa del suo percorso artistico, ne descrive il clima, lo stato di avanzamento, ne sottolinea la costante logica, in un fitto ordito di fattori che dialogano costantemente entro panoramiche ricche di elementi dinamici. Questo Sketches of the 20th Century si pone però quale autentica pietra miliare, che ...

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Article: Liner Notes

Peter Erskine Trio: As It Was

Read "Peter Erskine Trio: As It Was" reviewed by John Kelman


The box set you hold in your hands features three players who came together in an exceptional group to play some of the most compelling and exploratory piano trio music of the 20th Century's final decade. This threesome, led by Peter Erskine, released four albums recorded between July 1991 and July 1997: 1993's You Never Know, ...

Album

Fragment

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2022
Track listing: Interfusion; Fragment; The Other One 1; Happy Landing / Easter Eve; The Other One 2; Room For Improvement; For Chris; Irene.


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