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Phronesis at the start of the Cadogan Hall album launchPhronesis (Cadogan Hall. Parallax Album Launch. 12th June 2016. Review by Sebastian Scotney)Apart from the standing ovation at the end of the show, the loudest audience responses kept on going to Anton Eger. More than once last night at at Cadogan Hall, the drummer of Phronesis showed how, by raising the heat at the end of a number, by building intensity ever louder and busier. the energy setting can be racked up to the point where an audience whooping and cheering becomes a natural segue - in fact the only response possible. Eger read more...

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Dakhla BrassThe names of the three UK bands who will participate in the BBC Introducing Showcase on July 3rd at this year's 37th Montreal International Jazz Festival, have been released on the Festival's website. They are Mirror Signal (neo-soul), Remi Harris (guitar) and Dakhla (a quintet of brass and drums). Dakhla Brass are from Bristol and are Matt Brown - Drums, Charlotte Ostafew - Baritone Sax, Sophie Stockham - Alto Sax, Pete Judge - Trumpet, Liam Treasure - Trombone and Ben Ransom - Trumpet. On video here: Remi Harris (not to be confused with music industry consultant Remi read more...

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Dakhla BrassThe names of the three UK bands who will participate in the BBC Introducing Showcase on July 3rd at this year's 37th Montreal International Jazz Festival, have been released on the Festival's website. They are Mirror Signal (neo-soul), Remi Harris (guitar) and Dakhla (a quintet of brass and drums). Dakhla Brass are from Bristol and are Matt Brown - Drums, Charlotte Ostafew - Baritone Sax, Sophie Stockham - Alto Sax, Pete Judge - Trumpet, Liam Treasure - Trombone and Ben Ransom - Trumpet. On video here: Remi Harris (not to be confused with music industry consultant Remi read more...

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Here's this week's wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest:* Jazz St. Louis has posted to Facebook an album of photos from last Friday's National Donut Day celebration at their HQ in Grand Center. A panel of judges sampled donuts from 15 local shops and bakeries, and selected downtown's Pharoah's Donuts as the winner. * Pianist Simon Rowe, a native of Australia who lived in St. Louis for a number of years and performed with saxophonist Willie Akins and others, was the subject of a feature story on the website OpenSkyJazz.com. Rowe now resides in California, where he read more...

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News this week that Britain's Prince Harry's will marry American actress Meghan Markle in May isn't the only good word about British-American relations. Yesterday, I listened to British tenor saxophonist Leo Richardson's new album. It pays tribute to American read more...

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Subtropic Arkestra - The Reason Why Vol. 3(Headspin Recordings: Head 0242 CD review by Nick Davies)The Reason Why Vol. 3 is the final album in a trilogy by the Subtropic Arkestra. The group did not want to become known as a ?covers band? and therefore decided to limit this offering to three records. Going forward, they plan on writing and releasing new material. Trumpeter Goran Kajfes states: ?It has been an incredibly rewarding experience for the band?s sound and development, but now it's time to look forward and see what's next for the Subtropic Arkestra.? As in the previous two volumes, read more...

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Subtropic Arkestra - The Reason Why Vol. 3(Headspin Recordings: Head 0242 CD review by Nick Davies)The Reason Why Vol. 3 is the final album in a trilogy by the Subtropic Arkestra. The group did not want to become known as a ?covers band? and therefore decided to limit this offering to three records. Going forward, they plan on writing and releasing new material. Trumpeter Goran Kajfes states: ?It has been an incredibly rewarding experience for the band?s sound and development, but now it's time to look forward and see what's next for the Subtropic Arkestra.? As in the previous two volumes, read more...

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Tomeka ReidPhoto credit: Slawek Przerwa2017 Jazztopad Festival(Wroclaw, Poland. 24th and 25th November. Report by Martin Longley) Martin Longley continues his festival coverage, with the Tomeka Reid Quartet, and a first-time duo meeting from pianists Benoit Delbecq and Kris Davis?It soon became clear that the Jazztopad festival enjoys skating along the barricades between organised composition and freedom improvisations, relishing the tensions between the two camps. On Thursday night, Chicagoan cellist Tomeka Reid united the approaches in the Red Hall, favouring tunes that frequently boasted a read more...

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This week's busy calendar of live jazz and creative music in St. Louis includes a return engagement from one of the most popular female vocalists in jazz; a couple of shows featuring adventurous woodwind players; the first few of what will be many holiday-themed concerts for the season; and more.Let's go to the highlights...Wednesday, November 29Singer Jane Monheit returns to St. Louis for the first of four nights at Jazz at the Bistro. Monheit (pictured, top left) last performed here in 2015 with singer and guitarist John Pizzarelli at the Sheldon's annual benefit gala, and before that in read more...

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This week's busy calendar of live jazz and creative music in St. Louis includes a return engagement from one of the most popular female vocalists in jazz; a couple of shows featuring adventurous woodwind players; the first few of what will be many holiday-themed concerts for the season; and more.Let's go to the highlights...Wednesday, November 29Singer Jane Monheit returns to St. Louis for the first of four nights at Jazz at the Bistro. Monheit (pictured, top left) last performed here in 2015 with singer and guitarist John Pizzarelli at the Sheldon's annual benefit gala, and before that in read more...

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