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Norma Winstone

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Winstone has a lissome voice, agile and expressive, and she's a fine improviser, besides. That's not to say she's a vocal athlete, however; although she's known for her wordless improvisations, Winstone is a fine interpreter of lyrics and composed melody—a plain- speaking, rhythmically direct singer who gets to the heart of the matter quickly and effectively. Winstone played piano and organ in her youth. She began singing semi-professionally by the age of 17, influenced by conventional jazz vocalists. During the '60s she became attracted to the jazz avant garde. She played in groups led by pianists {{m: Michael Garrick = 6963}} and {{m: Mike Westbrook = 11283}}; she also sang with such forward-thinking musicians as saxophonist {{m: John Surman = 4735}}, flugelhornist {{m: Kenny Wheeler = 11294}}, composer Michael Gibbs, and pianist John Taylor (whom she married in 1972)

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Article: Live Review

Aarhus Jazz Festival 2022

Read "Aarhus Jazz Festival 2022" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


Aarhus Jazz Festival Various Venues Aarhus, Denmark July 9-16, 2022 With around 283,000 citizens, jny: Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark, and the role of playing second fiddle doesn't suit a city that tends to be overshadowed by its big brother, the capital jny: Copenhagen. Or so you would think. ...

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Article: Album Review

John Taylor Sextet: Fragment

Read "Fragment" reviewed by Chris May


The not-for-profit Jazz In Britain label is one of the unsung heroes of British jazz. And if it is being sung, apologies, it deserves to be sung louder. While it is fitting that the musicians who make up London's new alternative jazz scene receive a massive shout out, the players who came before them, who paved ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Singers: Fay Victor, Anita O'Day, Kurt Elling and More

Read "Singers:  Fay Victor, Anita O'Day, Kurt Elling and More" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show features vocalists as both band leaders and featured performers with other musicians. In the first category, there are Fay Victor and Anita O'Day among others. In the second, we have Kurt Elling with the Charlie Hunter Quartet and Becca Stevens with Ambrose Akinmusire plus several more. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jazz and the Spoken Word

Read "Jazz and the Spoken Word" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show examines the intersection of jazz and various forms of the spoken word, including rap, beat-era jive and classic poets like Langston Hughes, W. B. Yeats, and Walt Whitman. The musicians interpreting these works include Babs Gonzales, David Murray, Christine Tobin, and Deborah Harry & the Jazz Passengers. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Songs of the Heart Plus Birthday Celebrations for Carole King and Blanche Calloway

Read "Songs of the Heart Plus Birthday Celebrations for Carole King and Blanche Calloway" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents songs of the heart for Valentines Day, new releases from vocalists Eugenie Jones and Hinda Hoffman plus birthday shoutouts to Carole King (80 years young) and Blanche Calloway, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of pandemic so they can continue ...

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Nucleus Live at the BBC

Label: Repertoire
Released: 2021
Track listing: Introduction: John Peel; Elastic Rock; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Orpheus; Persephone’s Jive; Twisted Track; Song for the Bearded Lady; Elastic Rock; Stonescape; Single Line; Twisted Track; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Persephone’s Jive; Never Carry Any More Than You Can Eat; Ballad of Joe Pimp; 1916 (The Battle of Boogaloo); Sun Child; Introduction: Brian Priestley; Freudian Saturday; Outro: Brian Priestley; Oasis; Introduction: Brian Priestley; Jam; 1916 (Battle of Boogaloo); Song for the Bearded Lady; We’ll Talk About It Later; Snakehips’ Dream; Song for the Bearded Lady; Elastic; Snakehips’ Dream; Snakehips’ Dream; Introduction: John Peel; Song for the Bearded Lady; Morning Call; Introduction: John Peel; Song for the Bearded Lady; Snakehips’ Dream; Crude Blues Part Two; Introduction: Don Locke; The Dream; Mayday; Belladonna; Suspension; New Life; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Sarsaparilla; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Pastoral Graffiti; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Theme 3: Rites of Man; Snakehips Etcetera; Introduction: Charles Alexander; Alive and Kicking; Rat’s Bag; Outro: Charles Alexander; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Splat; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Brain Child; Introduction: Peter Clayton; In Flagrante Delicto; Introduction: Charles Fox; Sassy (American Girl); Black Ballad (Ecce Domina); Simply This (The Human Condition); Outro: Charles Fox; Conversation with the Blues Part 1; Conversation with the Blues Part 2; Sidewalk; Introduction: Charles Fox; Easy Does It Now; Introduction: Charles Fox; The Pretty Redhead; For Miles and Miles; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Peter Clayton; After the Rain; Introduction: Peter Clayton; You Can’t Be Serious You Must Be Joking; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Charles Fox; Symptoms of Love; She Tells Her Love; Introduction: Charles Fox; Love in Barrenness; Remorse Code; Outro: Charles Fox; Something for Mister Jelly Lord; Introduction: Ian Carr; She Tells Her Love; Introduction: Ian Carr; Bouquets Pour Ma Belle; Introduction: Charles Fox; Chiaroscuro; Introduction: Charles Fox; Midnight Oil; Introduction: Charles Fox; Awakening; Outro: Charles Fox; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Peter Clayton; For Miles and Miles; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Easy Does It Now; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Ian Carr; For Miles and Miles; Open Country; Outro: Peter Clayton; Introduction: Ian Carr; Trio for Open Trumpet, EWI and Drums; Duo in B Minor for Harmon-Muted Trumpet and Bass Guitar; Quintet in A; Introduction: Ian Carr; Duo for Trumpet and Soprano Saxophone; Trio in D for Flugelhorn, Guitar and Bass Guitar; Introduction: Ian Carr; Duo in Fast Tempo for Cup-Muted Trumpet and Drums; Duo for Straight Muted Trumpet and Guitar; Duo for Open Trumpet and Tenor Saxophone; Introduction: Ian Carr; Old Heartland; Outro: Unknown Announcer; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Uncertain Seduction; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Full Fathom Five; Introduction: Digby Fairweather; Pandemonium; Outro: Digby Fairweather; Dawn Choruses; Introduction: Ian Carr; For Miles and Miles; You Can’t Be Serious You Must Be Joking; Easy Does It Now; Gone with the Weed; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Out of the Long Dark; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Lady Bountiful; Outro: Peter Clayton; Mutatis Mutandis; Introduction: Peter Clayton; Things Past; Introduction: Peter Clayton; You Can’t Be Serious, You Must Be Joking; Outro: Peter Clayton.

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Article: Album Review

The Kevin Brady Electric Quartet: Plan B

Read "Plan B" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Plan A, which is to say, leading his own acoustic band, has worked pretty well for Irish drummer Kevin Brady. A number of fine small ensemble recordings--with Ensam (Lpr Music, 2016) perhaps the pick of the bunch—has seen him marshal talents such as Bill Carrothers and Norma Winstone, touring the world in the process. With Plan ...

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Article: Album Review

Fourth Function featuring The Phil Ware Trio: Happy Ever After

Read "Happy Ever After" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Fourth Function is the vehicle of Dublin vocalist/composer, multi-instrumentalist, writer, broadcaster and educator, Eamonn Lenihan. Backed by one of Ireland's finest rhythm sections in the form of bassist Dave Redmond, Kevin Brady and pianist Phil Ware, this five-song EP is a showcase for Lenihan's thought-provoking lyric songwriting and hip arrangements. Failing well to occupy any specific ...

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Article: Album Review

Larry Coryell: Larry Coryell's Last Swing With Ireland

Read "Larry Coryell's Last Swing With Ireland" reviewed by Ian Patterson


In his latter life, Larry Coryell was a frequent visitor to Ireland, where he would invariably hitch up with bassist David Redmond and drummer Kevin Brady, the esteemed rhythm team for the likes of Tommy Halferty, Bill Carrothers, Norma Winstone and Ian Shaw. In May 2016, during Coryell's last trip to Ireland, he entered Dublin's Hellfire ...


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