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Tim Garland

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Tim Garland is widely known as one of the UKs most successful musical exports working in jazz. Much of his output reflects interests beyond conventional jazz boundaries and he is increasingly acknowledged for large ensemble writing including many orchestral pieces, works for chamber ensembles, choirs, and of course many commissions from jazz ensembles of all kinds. He first made international waves playing saxophone, bass clarinet and flute with Chick Corea, an ongoing collaboration today. He also was featured with Bill Brufords Earthworks for over four years and has an ongoing commitment with two award winning ensembles: The Lighthouse Project, and Acoustic Triangle

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Article: Club Profile

606 Club In London

Read "606 Club In London" reviewed by Sammy Stein


The 606 Club in Chelsea has long been a Mecca for jazz fans who enjoy tasty food and great music. Entered by descending steep steps from the busy, bustling streets in one of London's busiest areas, 606 feels like a secret world where cozy tables, attentive staff, and superb music can be found in abundance. Owner ...

Album

Life to Life

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2023
Track listing: Two to Go; Soul Resonance; The Missing Ingredient!; One Morning; No Hope No Tears; Fire of Benevolance; Children's Song No.6; As Free As The River; Samaii For Peace; Black is the Colour.

Album

Seven Ages Of Man

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2023
Track listing: Origins; Gestation; Infant; Schoolboy; Lover; Soldier; Judge; Pantaloon; Old Age.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Daniel Hersog, Jaimie Branch, Tyshawn Sorey and Others

Read "Daniel Hersog, Jaimie Branch, Tyshawn Sorey and Others" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show features 2023 releases from the Daniel Hersog Jazz Orchestra, Jaimie Branch, and Tyshawn Sorey as well as older music from Herbie Nichols, Chet Baker, and others. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 Claudia ...

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Article: Year in Review

Neil Duggan's Best Jazz Albums Of 2023

Read "Neil Duggan's Best Jazz Albums Of 2023" reviewed by Neil Duggan


With a continual flow of interesting releases, 2023 was the gift that kept on giving. Many of these releases were forged during the pandemic, many as a result of the freedom to fully interact with other musicians again and get back to the serious business of creating and entertaining. Whatever the drivers, both up-and-coming artists and ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Mottram: Seven Ages Of Man

Read "Seven Ages Of Man" reviewed by Neil Duggan


Throughout history, many have tried to divide the human life cycle into defined stages. The most famous is William Shakespeare's reference to the seven ages in Jaques' speech in As You Like It, the one which starts “All the world's a stage." This was the initial spark which gave composer Paul Mottram the idea for Seven ...

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Article: Play This!

Tim Garland: Sama'i For Peace

Read "Tim Garland: Sama'i For Peace" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Ever completely miss an album that has a bunch of guys that you expressly keep an ear to the ground for? Well, it even happens to music writers. Just in case you missed out too, here's a fine track from Tim Garland's One (Edition, 2016) featuring Jason Rebello, Asaf Sirkis and Ant Law. ...

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Article: Liner Notes

Bill Bruford: The Summerfold Collection 1987-2008

Read "Bill Bruford: The Summerfold Collection 1987-2008" reviewed by John Kelman


Intrepid percussionist/composer/bandleader Bill Bruford began his career in the late '60s art-rock arena with Yes and, later, King Crimson, but jazz has always moved underneath, like an eddying current. His early recordings, well documented on the companion Winterfold Collection, may not speak the language of jazz, but they possess its spirit. By 1986, Bruford ...

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Ant Law

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British guitarist Ant lives in London and is “a game changer” according to The Guardian. His 5th album ‘Same Moon in the Same World’ (Outside in Music) was released on 4th November 2022. Touring commenced and booking is now underway for 2024.

Same Moon is a collaboration between Ant and the brilliant saxophonist & composer Alex Hitchcock. Recorded in 2020/2021 across multiple continents, bridging the gap between London and Tel-Aviv, and Amsterdam and New York, it brings together a stellar cast of guest musicians performing new compositions: vibraphonist Joel Ross, bassists Linda May Han Oh, Ben Williams and Jasper Høiby, and drummers Jeff Ballard, Kendrick Scott, Sun-Mi Hong and Eric Harland.


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