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Shoot The Moon

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Shoot The Moon; Volta; Sami’s Tune; Auckland Hill; Dinosaur Jump; Winter Walk; Akpe; Firefly; Knockman Crag.

Configuration

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Kiss; And Them; Configuration; Scandinavian Lullaby; Processional; Jazzshh...; Disfigured Bass; Through A Glass Darkly; Complex City; These Rolling Clouds; The Kiss (Memory Of A Kiss).

Seven Japanese Tales

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: A Portrait of Shunkin; Terror; The Bridge Of Dreams; The Tattooer; Aguri; The Thief; A Blind Man’s Tale.

Solo

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dream Catcher; Crystal Glass; Nomad; Wee See; Adagio; Shaper Maker; I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me; Weeds; Prospect Park; Nobody Else But Me; For All We Know.

His 'n' Hers

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Fourth Dimension; We’ll Forget March; Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most; Los Bandidos Bogarolles; Save Your Love For Me; Soy Califa; Hanky Panky.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Andrew McCormack: Solo

Read "Solo" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

A solo album from Andrew McCormack—a musician best-known as part of Kyle Eastwood's band and, in the three years prior to this recording, as leader of the “prog-rock math-jazz project" (his words) Graviton—was always going to be an intriguing project. Would it lean towards the small-band, big sound of the Eastwood group, or would it be ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Downard: Seven Japanese Tales

Read "Seven Japanese Tales" reviewed by Chris May

Up-and-coming London bassist Joe Downard's debut album is an ambitious affair which winningly blends intricate soundscapes created by retro-modern analog synthesisers with the two-horns-and-a-rhythm-section acoustic jazz tradition. Downard's sextet includes five other rising stars of the London scene, prominent among them trumpeter James Copus, tenor saxophonist Alex Hitchcock (whose self-titled album debut with his band AuB ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Law's Congregation: Configuration

Read "Configuration" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

John Law's Congregation is a quartet led by British pianist and composer Law and completed by three musicians from the UK jazz scene--James Mainwaring (Roller Trio), Ashley John Long and Billy Weir--who are part of what Brian Morton's sleeve notes calls the “new generation players." Law has been performing since the 1980s, releasing over ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The New York All-Stars: Live Encounter

Read "Live Encounter" reviewed by Chris May

Some things live forever and take-no-quarter hard bop is one of them... If you time travelled back to jny: New York City circa 1958 and wandered into the Half Note or Five Spot, Live Encounter contains the sort of music you might have heard. Tough, emotionally-rich jazz with no-fuss head arrangements, extrovert horn solos and a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mezcla: Shoot The Moon

Read "Shoot The Moon" reviewed by Chris May

It is not only in London that UK jazz is being revitalised by turbulent young rebels. London is certainly the most exciting centre, with black and women musicians gaining unprecedented visibility, bringing particular sensibilities with them. But other cities, notably Birmingham and Manchester, have developed vibrant new scenes, too. Viewed from down south, ...


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