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.
Fancy being in the audience for a Q&A with Georgie Fame about The Flamingo? Of course you do – and now is your chance.
Another spot by @monkeypicks and another superb one too, Graham Bond – Live At The BBC & Other Stories.
Weirdly this is down as being out since April on Amazon, but the official details have Back To The Beginning – The Brian Auger Anthology (Freestyle) on the shelves from 4th September 2015.
The wonderful designs of classic Blue Note albums have been turned into premium notebooks, courtesy of Moleskine.
Not one box set, but two different sets. But both under the same title. Georgie Fame – The Whole World’s Shaking 1963-1966.
Coming soon: Studio One Jump Up – The Birth of a Sound: Jump-Up Jamaican R&B, Jazz and Early Ska (Soul Jazz)
Interesting compilation landing next week, which is Studio One Jump Up – The Birth of a Sound: Jump-Up Jamaican R&B, Jazz and Early Ska on the Soul Jazz label.