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Plays Monk

Label: The Last Music Company
Released: 2023
Track listing: Side 1: Boo Boo's Birthday; Ugly Beauty; Trinkle Tinkle. Side 2: Ruby My Dear; Brilliant Corners; Comin' On The Hudson; We See. Side 3: Crepuscule With Nellie; Teo; Misterioso. Side 4: Gallop's Gallop; Light Blue; Think Of One; Monk's Mood.


Live at the Fleece

Label: Devarecords
Released: 2023
Track listing: 1. Beefheart 2. Fela


Article: Album Review

Tony Kofi Quartet: Plays Monk

Read "Plays Monk" reviewed by Chris May

When it was first released in autumn 2004, Tony Kofi's Plays Monk: All Is Know (as it was then titled) was the saxophonist's first release as leader, a full thirteen years after his emergence with high-profile young Turks the Jazz Warriors. The album went on to win the BBC Jazz Awards Album Of The Year prize. ...



Label: GM Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. 26-2 (Coltrane) 2. Tell me a Bedtime Story ( Hancock) 3. Trinkle Tinkle ( Monk) 4. Beyond All Limits (Shaw) 5. Well You Needn't (Monk) 6. Riot (Hancock) 7. L's Bop (White)


Article: Album Review

Geoff Mason: GMQ

Read "GMQ" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Geoff Mason, one of the UK's leading jazz trombonists, mans the front line by himself on the slyly named GMQ, an eloquent quartet session from which Mason's longtime colleague, the outstanding saxophonist Simon Spillett, is regrettably missing. As nothing can be done to set that right, best to focus on the music at hand, which binds ...


Article: Interview

Camilla George: Warrior Charge

Read "Camilla George: Warrior Charge" reviewed by Chris May

In 2017, alto saxophonist and composer Camilla George's band was the support act for a Dee Dee Bridgewater gig at the London Jazz Festival. After George had finished her set, Bridgewater, who had been listening in the wings, came onstage, took the mike, and announced: “The world is safe because we have Camilla." Others in Cadogan ...


Article: Album Review

Roger Beaujolais: Sunset

Read "Sunset" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Vibraphonist Roger Beaujolais' name may not be familiar to listeners on the American side of the pond, but he's been a pretty steady presence on the British scene for decades, making a splash with The Chevalier Brothers, hitting the studios with artists as far apart as rocker-turned-folkie Robert Plant and Cuban icon Omara Portuondo, and leading ...


Article: Album Review

Roger Beaujolais Quartet: Mind The Gap

Read "Mind The Gap" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The quintet has usually been the format of choice for British vibraphone ace Roger Beaujolais, but he changes it up on Mind The Gap; this is the eighteenth album from the veteran mallet man, but the first to really focus on a foursome. Beaujolais, a self taught vibraphonist who started a bit late--in ...


Disassembler: Fear Is The Mother Of Violence

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2009
Track listing:


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