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The Road

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2013

Palimpsest

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: El Puebla Nuevo; Seven Sisters; All Blues; Fragilidade; Pulse; Waltz for TC; Blue in Green; Louis Borenius; Pentacle; Palimpsest/Insensatez; Amazing Grace.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Terry Pack: Palimpsest

Read "Palimpsest" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

During a career that spans four decades, British bassist Terry Pack has been a member of prog rockers The Enid, worked as a session musician for a diverse array of musicians including Steve Howe and Candy Dulfer and played in bands across much of the world from Europe to South America and Australia. He played jazz ...

Digital Directions

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thing; Varkala; Cyclorama; Calling Miss Baugh; Triptych; Sulley; The Devil Sings; Convocation; Cactus Jam

Veils

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Beauteous Beast; Crocodile Tears; Little One; High Lands; So to Speake; Fly's Dilemma; Secret Place; Silver and Gold; Westerly; Veils

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nikki Iles Quintet: Veils

Read "Veils" reviewed by John Kelman

The vibrancy of the British jazz scene is something that for the most part continues to elude listeners on the North American side of the Atlantic. While some artists, including trumpeter Kenny Wheeler and pianist John Taylor, are receiving their proper due--Taylor, though, only in recent times--others, including saxophonists Martin Speake , Stan Sulzmann and Iain ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jazz Outreach Project: Digital Directions

Read "Digital Directions" reviewed by John Kelman

With a simple but ambitious premise the Jazz Outreach Project, a concept financed by the Arts Council England, commissioned by the Brighton Jazz Club, and given a vehicle for release by Antony Durrant and Nick Belcher of UK's Symbol Records, solicited some of the UK's most forward-reaching musicians to create works that would incorporate current technology ...

Until the Stars Fade

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Get Out of Town; Love for Sale; Make Someone Happy; You're Looking at Me; I've Never Been in Love Before; For All We Know; People Will Say We're in Love; With a Song in My Heart; Devil May Care; My Shining Hour

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anita Wardell: Until the Stars Fade

Read "Until the Stars Fade" reviewed by William Grim

Anita Wardell is one of England's best-kept secrets, but with talent like hers she won't be a secret for much longer. Possessing a natural swing and scatting ability like Kitty Margolis but with the sensuality of Julie London, Wardell is the complete jazz singer. Her sidemen are extremely gifted soloists in their own rights, and hearing ...

Don't Ask

Label: Symbol Records
Released: 2000


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