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Described by her mentor Claire Martin OBE as “A wonderful singer with a great musical ear and natural jazz feel.'', Fleur Stevenson is one of the new breed of jazz singers, known for her velvet tone, imaginative improvisation and sparkling presentation. She enjoys collaborations with many of the UKs top musicians including Gareth Williams, David Newton, Brandon Allen, Frank Harrison to name a few. She performs at many prestigious venues across the UK, including the legendary Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, 606 Club and Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho. Fleur's forthcoming album ''Follow Me'' features arrangements of well known standards, as well as jazz arrangements of some lesser known vintage pop songs
The release of this album marks a poignant moment: the tenth anniversary of the tragic and premature death of Esbjorn Svensson on 14 June 2008. During the last ten years after the end of e.s.t. there have been constant reminders of the indelible mark which the band has left on the international jazz scene. Indeed it ...
by Dan Bilawsky
While he may be best known for fronting dynamic trios, piano titan Michel Camilo does just fine by himself. There's tremendous propulsion, clarity, and strength in play when Camilo takes to the bench, and there's truly no place better to hear that than in a solo setting. Camilo has explored this format on ...
Between March 28 and April 2 in 1983, Chet Baker appeared at the Canteen in London. By then, the club's space at 4 Great Queen St. in Covent Garden was something of a landmark. From 1979 to 1981, it was the Blitz, a wine bar where British pop's New Romantic movement was launched. So it was ...
Label: Music On Vinyl
Track listing: Side A: Dance me to the end of love; The Future; Ain't No Cure For Love; Bird on a Wire; Side B: Everybody Knows; In My Secret Life; Who By Fire; Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye; Side C: Anthem; Introduction, Tower of Song; Suzanne; The Gypsy's Wife; Side D: Boogie Street; Hallelujah; Democracy; I'm Your Man; Side E; Recitation W/N.L.; Take This Waltz; So Long, Marianne; First We Take Manhattan; Side F: Sisters of Mercy; If it Be Your Will; Closing Time; I Tried to Leave You; Whither Thou Goest.
by Nenad Georgievski
The Live in London LP could have easily been Leonard Cohen's last record and the tour that followed it could have easily been a low key farewell tour. Already at the twilight of his career or at an age when most acts go into retirement, Cohen slowly was secluding himself from recordings, performances or public appearances ...
Featuring the music of Vitor Pereira
By John Mayall
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: CD1: Another Man; Chicago Line; Ridin' On The L & N; So Many Roads; Checking On My Baby; Movin' Out And Movin' On; Mail Order Mystics; Parchman Farm. CD2: Early In The Morning; California; My Time After Awhile; Room To Move; Hideaway.