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Jazz Clubs Worldwide Database Updating and Revision in Progress

Jazz Clubs Worldwide Database Updating and Revision in Progress

Due to the pandemic and disarray on the global jazz scene, I only did minor corrections and inclusions on the database.

Now things have settled down, to some degree, though sadly far from normal, I have started on a complete revision and updates of the whole of the database. All sheets are sent automatically to subscribers on completion.

I must admit to a certain level of trepidation. It will be informative to discover the real impact [ ... ]

   
Sandy Brown. The Prague Jazz Festival 1968.

How Little, People Take Note of History

Clarinettist, Sandy Brown was that rarity, an authentic and original voice.

Brown was born of Scottish parents in Izatnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India, where his father was a railway engineer. In the early 1930s, the family relocated to Edinburgh, Scotland, where Brown was later educated at the Royal High School. He taught himself clarinet from the age of twelve. After National Service he studied architecture at Edinburgh College of Art. While there, in 1949, he [ ... ]

 

ljnNews, reviews, features and comment from the London jazz scene plus our writers' list of recommended gigs. "LondonJazz News provides what must be the most in-depth local Jazz coverage on the planet."

 

 

 jazzineuropefeedJazz In Europe features concert & CD/digital reviews, publish interviews with European & international jazz musicians, Spotlight top European venues & festivals, and comment on all the latest news regarding Jazz in Europe

 

  • Emma Rawicz and Sophisticated Giants

    Jazz in Europe May 25, 2022 | 10:28 am

    Emma Rawicz and Sophisticated Giants Women in Jazz Media presents ‘Maxine Gordon – Sophisticated Giants’, an evening of celebration of the inspirational work of award-winning Arts Advocate, Jazz Historian, Archivist, Scholar, Manager and Producer Maxine Gordon. A rare visit to the UK has sparked a wonderful opportunity to[…]

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  • Hannah Horton and Sophisticated Giants

    Jazz in Europe May 19, 2022 | 07:19 am

    Hannah Horton and Sophisticated Giants Women in Jazz Media presents ‘Maxine Gordon – Sophisticated Giants’, an evening of celebration of the inspirational work of award-winning Arts Advocate, Jazz Historian, Archivist, Scholar, Manager and Producer Maxine Gordon. A rare visit to the UK has sparked a[…]

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 guardianLatest news jazz news and features from theguardian.com, the world's leading liberal voice

 

 

 

jazzjournalJazz Journal provides rolling jazz news and reviews service with columns and features added on an ad-hoc, roughly monthly basis. Jazz Journal is the oldest English-language magazine dedicated to the coverage of jazz music.

 

  • Dinah Washington with Quincy Jones: The Swinging Miss “D”

    Jazz Journal May 28, 2022 | 12:35 pm

    Apart from the amazingly consistent Miss Washington, the two elements that make this outstanding amongst her albums are the accompaniments by Quincy Jones and his lads and the superior material. Dinah was usually described as a blues singer. Like Billie[…]

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  • Mujician: 10 10 10 

    Jazz Journal May 28, 2022 | 12:25 pm

    Mujician was formed in 1988 after its four protagonists played a gig together on 11 July that year. So impressed were they with that concert that they made it an ongoing, leaderless project. The quartet’s name was derived from Keith[…]

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