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Monday, February 04, 2013

Dancing on the Edge.

Well I watched it and I rather liked it - particularly the singers. It's a sort of syncopated Downton Abbey. Episode 2 tomorrow night.
LondonJazz review by Alison Bentley.


The LondonJazz site said...

Watch out for Alison Bentley's review on LondonJazz

steve andrews said...

Pity, when so much effort is spent on getting costumes and other details correct in period drama nowadays, they couldn't have got the music right - if it's set in the late 1930's, why are the band playing R & B (All Aboard)..... Next thing, we'll see Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett doing a nifty one-step. Very irritating!

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