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Alvin Roy was born in Jerusalem in 1940, the son of Albert and Annette Roy. His father had emigrated from England to join the Palestine police and during the war became chief fire officer of Jerusalem. Alvin went to a Catholic convent kindergarden, which probably accounts for his atheist leanings today. In 1948, when the state of Israel came into being, the family, which included his brother Robin, settled in Wood Green, north London. Alvin attended Glendale Grammar School and in 1958 clarinet lessons were introduced as an after school activity.
Centre Stage - Daniel Smith - Smokin' Hot Bassoon Blues
Daniel Smith isn’t one to repeat himself. On some level, that much stands to reason: Bassoonists don’t go into jazz because they’re looking to be predictable. Even under those circumstances, though, Smith has striven to present several aspects of his musical vision. The titles of his two jazz albums on the Zah Zah label, Bebop. Bassoon and The Swingin’ Bassoon, speak for themselves; the logic behind Smokin’ Hot Bassoon Blues? Why revisit a point on the continuum he’s already covered, and that so recently in his catalogue?
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