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African Shores

Label: Tradition
Released: 2019
Track listing: African Shores; Gold Coast Dub; Styler Man; Dubbin Style; Spill Over; Gusum Peck; Voodoo Man In Dub; Shucumooku; Sa La Vie.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Vin Gordon: African Shores

Read "African Shores" reviewed by Chris May

In 2019, British saxophonist Nat Birchall is celebrating twenty years as a bandleader. His specialism is post-John Coltrane spiritual jazz. Since 1999 he has released an album every two years or so. The most recent was the outstanding Cosmic Language (Jazzman, 2018). The next is due later this year. Fittingly for an anniversary year, it will ...

Sounds Almighty

Label: Tradition
Released: 2018
Track listing: Side One: Youth Iron Rock; Ancient Wisdom; Wisdom Dub; Freedom Style; Freedom Skank. Side Two: In The Hills; Higher Region In Dub; Igziabeher; Amlack Dub; Hail Don D Jr.

Tradition

Label: Wah Wah 45s
Released: 2018
Track listing: Tradition; Good Vibration; Heart Rules Head; Nothing Can Stop Us; Goodnight Rico; Sleepwalking (Black Man’s Cry); Dis & Dat; Overcome; Watching The Stars; Take Me High; Natural Mystic.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nat Birchall meets Al Breadwinner: Sounds Almighty

Read "Sounds Almighty" reviewed by Chris May

The British tenor saxophonist Nat Birchall has been recording uplifting cosmic-jazz since 1999, when he self-released his debut album, The Sixth Sense, a hard-bop tinged affair which included, in tracks such as the two versions of “Helix Nebula," pointers to his future direction. It took Birchall a decade to come to wider attention, with the release ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Soothsayers: Tradition

Read "Tradition" reviewed by Chris May

To describe London's Soothsayers as a group of jazz musicians who get together to play a blend of roots reggae and Afrobeat is true--but potentially misleading. It could suggest that the musicians are taking time out from serious music-making to engage in something more ephemeral, of lesser importance. The truth is contrariwise. First off, roots reggae ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Louis Armstrong and King Oliver: Creole Jazz

Read "Creole Jazz" reviewed by Joel Roberts

The story goes that when young Louis Armstrong arrived in Chicago from New Orleans to join King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, he was so intimidated after hearing the group rehearse for the first time that he tried to flee town for fear that he would be unable to hold his own with them. Just a few ...

The Blues

Label: Tradition
Released: 1971


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