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Blue To Red

Label: LoveMonk Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blue To Red; Route One; Interstellar; The Cosmos; Double Cross; Mighty Yusef.

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Article: Album Review

Chip Wickham: Blue To Red

Read "Blue To Red" reviewed by Chris May


The marketing thrust accompanying Chip Wickham's third album emphasises an affinity between the disc and the late 1960s / early 1970s work of Yusef Lateef and Alice Coltrane. Certainly, Blue To Red ticks two boxes: Wickham puts aside his saxophone to play only flute and alto flute, whose seraphic tones were favoured by Lateef and Coltrane; ...

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Article: Live Review

Dwight Trible at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club

Read "Dwight Trible at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club" reviewed by Chris May


Dwight Trible Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club London August 17, 2019 Dwight Trible inhabits a song with more than just his voice, he does so with his whole body—he uses every available limb and digit and twists and turns and shoehorns himself into his material. At Ronnie's tonight he ...

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Brass Mask: Live

Read "Live" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


London's LOOP Collective has many talented members, including saxophonist and composer Tom Challenger and his band, Brass Mask. The nine-piece band--the octet which appeared on debut album Spy Boy (Babel Label, 2013) plus percussionist Jon Scott--mixes New Orleans, country blues, brass bands and contemporary jazz (including the influence of Henry Threadgill) and electronica. Many of these ...

Article: Live Review

Alexander Hawkins Ensemble al Teatro Manzoni di Milano

Read "Alexander Hawkins Ensemble al Teatro Manzoni di Milano" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero


Alexander Hawkins Ensemble Aperitivo in Concerto Teatro Manzoni Milano 27.11.2016 Della generazione under quaranta britannica il trentacinquenne Alexander Hawkins è probabilmente la punta di diamante. Pianista, organista, bandleader e compositore eccellente, nutre grande rispetto per la tradizione ma il suo pensiero è perennemente rivolto al futuro, ha una scrittura rigorosa ...

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Emily Saunders: Outsiders Insiders

Read "Emily Saunders: Outsiders Insiders" reviewed by Phil Barnes


Four years on from her debut Cotton Skies London's Emily Saunders has taken near complete control on this wonderful follow up and artistic leap forward. While she also produced her debut, this time Saunders wrote and arranged all nine tracks, not needing to augment them with covers from the likes of Airto Moreira as she did ...

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Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Phil Barnes


The art of conversation is surely dying. Too many people prepared to shout out the first thought that comes into their empty head, or repeat some banal corporate half-truth intended to drown out dissenting views. Self-importance, simple bad manners and selfishness rule the world with little space to reflect on or listen to what others have ...

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Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


It's been a decade since Anglo-German quartet Paragon formed. Cerca, recorded on an unspecified two days in Cologne, is the band's third release. The sax and Rhodes frontline, backed up by Matthias Nowak's bass and Jon Scott's drums, creates an elegant repertoire of tunes that draws on influences as diverse as '60s spiritual jazz and hip-hop ...

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Kristian Borring: Urban Novel

Read "Urban Novel" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Danish guitarist Kristian Borring has been based in London since 2006, establishing himself as a leader and sideman on the UK scene. Urban Novel is his second album, his first for the small indie label Jellymould Jazz. Recorded in London in December 2012, Urban Novel is filled with Borring's original compositions and performed by the guitarist ...


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