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Benny Green described Ronnie Scott's mid-'50s nine-piece band as 'syncoopated Marxism', so it's appropriate that it should get a glowing review by Chris Searle in the Morning ...
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'One Night In The West', recorded at the Swanage Blues Festival, is the long-awaited first 'live' album from one of the UK's most popular blues festival attractions
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The great Merle Haggard, captured live on the famous US TV series “Church Street Station”. Merle reprises 7 of his Billboard country chart No 1’s amongst the CDs generous 20 tracks. ...
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By 1954, the famous Ronnie Scott nine-piece was not only approximately half-way through its two and a half year lifespan, but it was arguably at its peak. Formed early the previous year, and led by in...
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Coleman Hawkins was a hugely influential exponent of the tenor saxophone in jazz, being widely regarded as the first artist to establish the instrument as an essential component of the genre’s s...
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A selection of pre-war female Blues singers accompanied by hot jazz bands of the day. The most famous artists here is certainly Bessie smith whose influence pervades most of the recordings that follow...
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Today's Anniversary
Anne Shelton was one of the young vocal starlets who entertained the troops during WWII, and went on the international chart success in the post-war decades
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