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a marvellousfeel for slow blues. He has formed hisown group called, simply, Manchester Jazz. Putting in hours of rehearsals on interesting material, he booked a roomat the suburban Didsbury Cricket Club on its quietest night -Monday. Now the club is beginningto enjoy standingroom-only crowds. Surely there is a lesson to be learnedhere by leaders of other struggling groups? WITH the financial state
h N 1J 1) A N C E T H E people a d . While most or tne clubs Silver played were listening clubs, Blue Note had the foresight to lift the more commercial or funky tunes from his LPs, like "Senor Blues", "Home Cwkin"', "Filthy McNasty", "Sister Sadie", "C'mon Home" and "Song For My Father", and
definition of recorded work as "freeze-dried time", a purely empirical statement of where and what we are now, rather than what might be, then i t has to stand or fall on that. If "all the parts are integral", then it's the sum that has to be tallied, imd the sum to date is fairly modest. Smith is no time-server but there's a slightly querulous edge to his fatalistic refusal to look further than the next
Of course, they all laughed- even Ellington enthusiasts- when Tucker announced he was working on a biography which would end wich Duke arriving ac che Cotton Club in December 1927. Naturally, nor all Tucker's work is musicological and, indeed, on a conventional biographical level he has done an extremely thorough job. Piecing cogecher what licde was in
hot guitarist who swings, one Ian Devine, and while we can dig that only women bleed, to the audience at this post-press tense euphoric date at The Factory (actually a Friday at Manchester's Russell Club, hosted by a certain designer record label, soon to turn Hassank Rumpus Room [he means the Hacienah -E 4 into big club bucks), i t seemed like the outfit on-stage was determined to make them leave
, ever day specifics; localised and shifting social and cultural emphases. It's this tension which animates (and for some ultimately derails) Pine's music. For instance: the hegemony of 90s Black Club Culture; the rise of the Hip Hop N a t i o n ; t h e a t t e n d a n t e l e v a t i o n of Afrocentric thought; the upward spiral of reggae as an empowering force for the unrisen and
to me, and really touched me. And Jaco? Jaco was a fabulous player, and he certainly made his mark on the bass, but he was a very tormented person. I spent a night playing with him in a little club in New York shortly before he died, and half way through the jam hejust sort of said to me, "Oh, you've got to come with me", and I went outside with him and he just ran away. He just literally