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Paul Dunmall

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After turning professional at seventeen and touring Europe for one year with progressive rock group Marsupilami he moved to America and lived there for three years playing with many musicians including Alice Coltrane and toured with Johnny Guitar Watson for one year. On his return to the UK he worked with folk musicians Polly Bolton/Kevin Dempsey and groupings worked around the Dando Shaft band. In 1979 he became a founder member of the jazz group Spirit Level with pianist Tim Richards plus playing free improvised music with the Nigel Morris trio. At this time also Paul played in the London Improvised music scene. In 1985 the group Tenor Tonic was formed with Alan Skidmore, Tony Levin and Paul Rogers

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Jazz Musician of the Day: Paul Dunmall

Jazz Musician of the Day: Paul Dunmall

All About Jazz is celebrating Paul Dunmall's birthday today! After turning professional at seventeen and touring Europe for one year with progressive rock group Marsupilami he moved to America and lived there for three years playing with many musicians including Alice Coltrane and toured with Johnny Guitar Watson for one year. On his return to the ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases From Boris Koslov, Leo Genovese, Tomas Fujiwara And More

Read "New Releases From Boris Koslov, Leo Genovese, Tomas Fujiwara And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show we feature new releases from Boris Koslov, Leo Genovese, Tomas Fujiwara, and, Matheiu Robert & Mario Ganua. In between some other recent material and to close a live cut of Noah Howard in 1975 on a European tour.Playlist Host Intro 0:00 Boris Koslov “Flow" from First Things First (Posi-tone) 0:46 ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Blue Moods and John Hébert salutes Charles Mingus

Read "Blue Moods and John Hébert salutes Charles Mingus" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show we feature two new albums celebrating the life and work of Charles Mingus, plus a selection of brand new releases from across the world. Also a re-issue of an amazing piece of mesmerising improvisation. Playlist Blue Moods “Nostalgia In Times Square" from Myth & Wisdom (Posi-tone) 00:00 John Hébert “Constrictor" ...

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Unity

Label: 577 Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Dwelling In Unity; There's The Distance; The Quiet Mind; The Vacuum; Henry Grimes.

Album

Palindromes

Label: West Hill
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tattarratattat - 1; Tattarratattat -2.

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The Bright Awakening

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Bright Awakening.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

The Tao Of Matthew Shipp

Read "The Tao Of Matthew Shipp" reviewed by Mark Corroto


To borrow a line from Mark Twain, the reports of Matthew Shipp's retirement have been greatly exaggerated. Some years back, the pianist announced his retirement from recording, only to make a comeback. The second time he reiterated that statement, he told us that be would only be touring and playing solo concerts. Not quite “The Boy ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Dejan Terzic’s Axiom, Woodoism, Yunseon Yi Trio, & Stéphane Payen

Read "Dejan Terzic’s Axiom, Woodoism, Yunseon Yi Trio, & Stéphane Payen" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


There's a definite international tilt to this episode, with samplings of new releases by artists from France (Stéphane Payen and the Jazz Station Big Band & The Workshop), Germany (Dejan Terzic and Tru Cargo Service, Switzerland) Zurich Jazz Orchestra featuring Steffen Schorn and the quartet Woodoism), England's Ferg Ireland, and South Korean pianist Yunseon Yi's trio. ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Dunmall & Mark Sanders: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by John Sharpe


In spite of a decades long association, Unity constitutes only the second time British reed icon Paul Dunmall has appeared on disc in tandem with drummer Mark Sanders. And on the earlier occasion, Pipe And Drum (FMR, 2012), Dunmall restricted himself entirely to bagpipes of various species, so this outing is notable as the first documentation ...


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