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ContentsApril 2008 Pages 32-34

Jazzwise Regulars 4-8 News Van Morrison and Eartha Kitt complete Cheltenham lineup... The return of Jazz FM... Christine Tobin releases new album... the Colonel speaks and all the latest gossip from the world of jazz

14 Charts A nation decides

15 The Way It Is After the closure of theJazz DAB radio station the BBC needs to step in, says Stuart Nicholson

24-25 Taking Off Indo-jazz trio The Teak Project and pianist Jamil Sheriff are the ones to watch

39 Turning Point Django Bates on the album that changed his life

44-62 CDReviews

64 DVDs 67 The Player Byron Wallen talks about his favourite instruments 68 Instrument Reviews Jazzwise checks the new kit

70-72 Live Reviews 74-77 Gig Guide 80 Subscriptions Save money and grab a fantastic, free Intuition records CD

82 Letters Write in today

9 Eric Alexander Roarin’ at Ronnie’s 10 Led Bib Post-punk jazzers release limited edition live album 12Feast of Basho Track listings and the story behind this month’s covermount CD from Basho records 26-30 Lizz Wright More than five years ago Georgia-born singer Lizz Wright emerged from nowhere for her major label debut. Moving beyond her gospel and blues roots to a newly liberated sense of herself as a singer in the round, this month she releases The Orchard, a new album that marks an important dynamic collaboration with songwriter Toshi Reagon. 32-34Bourne Davis Kane Leeds pranksters debut with no nonsense improv tour de force 36-38IanShaw Leading singer and secret binman Shaw reveals his tender side 40-41Stan Sulzmann Towering tenor saxophonist Sulzmann talks about new group Neon 42-43Diane Reeves The classy singer gives the inside track to her new CD,When You Know

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