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  1. Dokazahn Reply
    30 Hertz 30 Hertz Records is an independent record label founded by John ‘Jah Wobble’ Wardle in , on which he has self-released a series of critically acclaimed records. As of , Cherry Red are proud to represent 30 Hertz as part of our family of associated labels. Music Music is a new independent music label set up by Creation Records’ Alan McGee in as a joint.
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    Mar 01,  · On his latest CD, Dirty & Beautiful (with Husband, on keyboards and drums, dueting with bassist Laurence Cottle). Baloneyo” (with Holdsworth and Johnson) and funky, closing “Alverstone Jam” (a duet with bassist Mark King of Level 42, a band Husband was once a part of) prove too little, too late.
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    Plays the Music of Rush, CD, Rock,
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    The rest of the album flows with the kind of collective aesthetic that's rare, even in the jazz world. Its diversity of approach, strong melodic sensibility and consistently impressive improvisational opportunities render it one that works best when heard as a whole, with Bruford's tribute to the late saxophonist Dewey Redman, "Dewey-Eyed.
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    Mar 08,  · Multitalented drummer, keyboardist, composer, and arranger Gary Husband continues to raise the bar with each successive release, and 's Dirty & Beautiful Volume 2 is no lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo 2's collection of originals and fusion classics follows Dirty & Beautiful Volume 1 (Abstract Logix, ), featuring many of the same collaborators, but with some additional .
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    Jan 12,  · CD REVIEW: Georgia Mancio - Live at ReVoice!(Roomspin Records Review by Brian Blain) Just face it, American Song Book fans: many of the best of today's singers have much more eclectic tastes than Broadway hits of the thirties, no matter how wonderful they were. Georgia Mancio's brilliantly curated ReVoice! Festivals, featuring artists as varied.
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    That album was designed by the famous Hipignosis cover art people. However, their first choice was the image to the right. That was rejected by the band, and we ended up with the cover art we know today. However, this cover art went on to be the same image for the Rainbow album, “Difficult to Cure” about two and a half years later.
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    His first album with Linn, New Songs for Old Souls, was released to 5-star reviews and plaudits in , being named one of the ‚Best Jazz Albums of ‘ by The Telegraph.
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    Tommaso Starace was born in Milan in from an Italian father and Australian lempoeschenynecmemescompcapsoftswerook.coinfo started playing the alto saxophone at the age of In he took part in a weekly jazz seminar organized by Berklee College of Music, taking place in Perugia as part of the ‘Umbria Jazz Festival’ and in that same year he was accepted at the Birmingham Conservatoire where he graduated with a BMus.

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