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Stan Sulzmann

Stan Sulzmann is without question one of the most highly respected musicians in the UK today, admired by musicians and audiences for his instantly recognisable sound, and boundless creative imagination, and is a source of inspiration to many of Britain's emerging young musicians. Sulzmann's career stretches back to the 60's, when as part of a uniquely talented crop of British musicians, he played with Graham Collier, John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, Gordon Beck, as well as leading many groups of his own. Since that time Stan has been at the forefront of European contemporary jazz, and his talents have been sought by a host of discerning musicians, including Gil Evans, Mike Gibbs, Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland and Michael Brecker

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Tales From The Jacquard

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tales From The Jacquard Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Blues; Song; The Missing Link; The Goose; Fantasy In D.

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Revisiting Tanglewood 63: The Early Tapes

Label: Jazz In Britain
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tanglewood 63; Five For England; Fanfare; June The 15th 1967; Sojourn; Canticle; Country Roads.

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Article: Interview

Josephine Davies: Way Out East: New Directions In Jazz

Read "Josephine Davies: Way Out East:  New Directions In Jazz" reviewed by Chris May


Compared to many other bands which have emerged on jny: London's paradigm-shifting jazz scene since the mid 2010s, saxophonist and composer Josephine Davies' trio Satori has attracted relatively little noise. There has been high praise from specialist critics but little mainstream media coverage and even less social media chatter. This may be because, unlike many of ...

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Article: Live Review

NYOS Jazz Orchestra Featuring Yazz Ahmed @ The MAC

Read "NYOS Jazz Orchestra Featuring Yazz Ahmed @ The MAC" reviewed by Ian Patterson


NYOS Jazz Orchestra Featuring Yazz Ahmed The MAC jny:Belfast, N. Ireland July 22 , 2019 It was a pretty decent crowd for a Monday night. An older crowd, drawn to big-band jazz. Few, it seemed, were Belfast jazz gig regulars, at least, not the usual suspects who pitch up to ...

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Article: Album Review

Daryl Runswick / Tony Hymas: Runswick Hymas Big Bands 1974-78

Read "Runswick Hymas Big Bands 1974-78" reviewed by Roger Farbey


British bassist, composer and conductor Daryl Runswick was born in 1946 and in 2019 is retired. His archival recordings have had something of a renaissance, at least as far as CD releases are concerned. Following in the wake of 2017's double album of previously unreleased tracks entitled Daryl Runswick: The Jazz Years and 2018's live quartet ...

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Article: Album Review

Alessandro Galati: Wheeler Variations

Read "Wheeler Variations" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Il trombettista e compositore canadese Kenny Wheeler, scomparso nel 2014, è stato uno dei musicisti più importanti del jazz europeo --ha infatti vissuto in Inghilterra fin dal 1952, operando principalmente nel vecchio continente --e ha avuto una grande influenza sullo sviluppo di questa musica anche nel nostro paese. Tra i musicisti italiani che hanno collaborato con ...

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Article: Album Review

Martin Pyne: Behind The Mist

Read "Behind The Mist" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Ten solo vibraphone improvisations, recorded in single takes with occasional electronic processing on three tracks, form the content of Martin Pyne's Behind The Mist. Pyne creates cool, spacious, crystalline sounds--music that seems to emerge organically from its inspirations. Pyne is a member of Busnoys, has accompanied silent films and has worked with jazz and ...

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Article: Profile

Julie Tippetts: Didn't You Used To Be Julie Driscoll?

Read "Julie Tippetts: Didn't You Used To Be Julie Driscoll?" reviewed by Duncan Heining


The respect in which Julie Tippetts is held by her fellow musicians and fans is truly heartening--and truly deserved. Back in the late sixties, then Julie Driscoll, she gave up a very different career trajectory in music, one that had begun with Steampacket and continued with Brian Auger & The Trinity, to follow a journey characterised ...

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Article: Album Review

Flying Machines: Flying Machines

Read "Flying Machines" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Flying Machines is the eponymous debut album by a group led by British guitarist Alex Munk whose late father Roger Munk was the inspiration for the project. Munk Senior was a leading figure in the design and construction of modern airships, otherwise known as Hybrid Air Vehicles. Munk Junior graduated in 2009 from Leeds College of ...


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