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Will Glaser: Climbing In Circles

Read "Climbing In Circles" reviewed by Chris May

Women musicians seem more inclined to describe their albums as “playful" than their male counterparts. We need not spend time speculating on the reasons for that here. Playful, however, is the word that best sums up this delightful trio album by two generations of male musicians. Young bloods drummer Will Glaser and saxophonist Matthew Herd have ...

Climbing In Circles

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Pre Lewd; Mood Indigo; Mopti; Fish Pillows; I’m An Old Cowhand; Mumbo Jumbo; Lonely; Song For The Snake Man; The Magician Longs To See.

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Tom Green Septet: Tipping Point

Read "Tipping Point" reviewed by Chris May

The second album from British trombonist, composer and arranger Tom Green's Septet follows the little-big-band's locally acclaimed Skyline (Spark), released back in 2015. Rather remarkably, the only change to the lineup since then is the replacement of alto and soprano saxophonist Matthew Herd by Tommy Andrews. Green's specialism appears to be big bands. His ...

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Misha Mullov-Abbado: New Ansonia

Read "New Ansonia" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Bassist and composer Misha Mullov-Abbado may be a new name on the UK scene but he's already won the 2014 Dankworth Prize for jazz composition and was a 2014 City Of Music Foundation Artist. The 2014 Kenny Wheeler Jazz Prize also came his way, with the release of debut recording New Ansonia forming part of that ...


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