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Some Of Us Are Looking At The Stars

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2024
Track listing: Boppin' For Pat; Danu; Some of us are Looking at the Stars; Make it Monk; Only Leonie; On a Misty Night; CBGB's.

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Only Leonie

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2024
Duration: 08:07

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Article: Album Review

Lee Meehan: Some Of Us Are Looking At The Stars

Read "Some Of Us Are Looking At The Stars" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Guitarist Lee Meehan has been a key player in Dublin blues and soul bands since the early 2000s. The blues proved to be a handy apprenticeship for the jazz degree Meehan would later pursue, graduating from Dublin City University in 2019. And it is to jazz that Meehan turns on his debut album as leader, a ...

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John Donegan - The Irish Sextet: Light Streams

Read "Light Streams" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Irish pianist John Donegan may not be a household name, but the Cork musician has walked with giants, playing with the likes of Art Blakey, Art Farmer, Barney Kessel and Ireland's own jazz great, guitarist Louis Stewart. He has also been on something of a roll with his Irish sextet, with Light Streams quickly following on ...

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Stella Bass: Look For The Silver Lining

Read "Look For The Silver Lining" reviewed by Ian Patterson


It is an enviable trait to always look for the silver lining in troubled times. For Dublin vocalist Stella Bass, when gigs dried up during the Covid pandemic, the silver lining was the gift of time. She did not waste it, studying music production with Berklee College, Boston, and music composition & arranging with Studio Orchestrations, ...

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Light Streams

Label: Jayde Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: What’s This?; Close Nearby; Reflect On This; Along Came Freddie; Seb’s Story; Light Streams; Showtime; Sonorial; Sinto-me Bem; Blues for KJ

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Article: Interview

Scott Flanigan: Walking On Clouds

Read "Scott Flanigan: Walking On Clouds" reviewed by Ian Patterson


The challenge for any jazz musician is to find a personal voice. Acquiring the language of jazz through countless hours of listening to recordings, through practicing and gigging is not the issue. It is doing so without being shackled to another's style. When Charlie Parker was in his pomp, few saxophonists of the time ...

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Louis Stewart: Out On His Own

Read "Out On His Own" reviewed by Ian Patterson


In his lifetime, Irish guitarist Louis Stewart was probably more celebrated abroad than at home, winning the Best Soloist prize at Montreux Jazz Festival in 1968, playing in the house band at Ronnie Scott's and touring with Benny Goodman, J.J. Johnson and George Shearing. His third album, his extraordinary solo opus Out On His Own, was ...

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John Donegan - The Irish Sextet: Shadows Linger

Read "Shadows Linger" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Shadows Linger is the seventh album from veteran Irish pianist John Donegan, whose dedication to jazz dates back to the '70s when he played on the scenes of his native Cork and later Dublin, before moving across the pond to England. While in Dublin, Donegan worked with the Irish legends guitarist Louis Stewart and drummer John ...


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