Interesting new release heading out from El via Cherry Red, Keep It Light: A Panorama Of British Jazz – The Modernists box set.
Well, Universal really is spoiling us. Not content with delivering the wonderful The Whole World’s Shaking box of his early works, it is now offering something even more wide-ranging, the Georgie Fame – Survival Career Anthology Box set.
You probably know his songs from the many covers in the 1960s (and later). But if you want the source material itself, do check out Mose Allison – I’m Not Talkin’ – The Song Stylings Of 1957-1972 (BGP).
If you see the name Graham Marsh attached to something, there’s every chance that it is a stylish piece of work. With that in mind, we have high hopes for Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall, which is heading your way via Reel Art Press.
A joy of a release from BGP through Ace Records, this limited edition Billy Hawks – Oh Baby! EP.
If you recall or indeed own the Walk On The Wild Side – The Jazz Side Of Mod collection, then you might be interested in The Jazz In You – Mod From The Jazz Side.
Mark Baxter, in collaboration with Lee Cogswell, has delivered Tubby Hayes – A Man in a Hurry, a film that charts the life and times of perhaps Britain’s greatest jazz exponent. We talked about to Mark about the man, the documentary and the 60s jazz scene, along with Paul Weller […]
If you were a fan of the previous 1962 release, you might want to pick up the sequel, which is Soho Scene ‘63 Jazz Goes Mod.