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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Discs to Die For from Peter Hopkins.

I am a member of both Gateshead and Bishop Auckland jazz societies BA society meet in the Ship Inn Middlestone Village nr B.A. on alternate Wednesdays 8pm.Real Ale and good food if wanted. Friendly group meet for theme nights, record recitals news and gossip Contact Ron Applegarth 01325 464334. My 5 discs to die for? I' m willing to bet my first two will not be on anyone's list but I think James Morrson is a genius.. Check out his videos on you tube 1 James Morrison/Ray Brown - Two the Max. 2 The Hot Horn happening (Mark Nightingale, Brian Kellock Ricky Woodard, Jeff Clayton)- Live in Paris. 3 Humphrey Lyttelton - Triple Exposure. 4 Stan Tracey - Genesis. (Click here for Double Dave's review of recent live version.) 5 Erroll Garner - Concert by the Sea. Peter Hopkins
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1 comment :

Double Dave said...

Glad you listed Stan Tracey's Genesis. It's one of my favourites. Did you hear the live broadcast from the Proms on Radio 3 on Saturday 18 July? Read what I thought on http://thatsabigguitar.blogspot.com/

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