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Today Saturday October 21

Afternoon

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Evening

Tees Valley Jazzmen - Sadberge Village Hall, 5 Beacon Grange Park, Sadberge, Darlington DL2 1TW. 7:30pm. £9.00. inc cheese & biscuits, BYOB.

Mat Maneri/Evan Parker/Lucian Ban: Sounding Tears - Sage Gateshead. 7:45pm. £13.50.

The Exiles - The Globe, 11 Railway St., Newcastle NE4 7AD. 8:00pm. £5.00. Line-up: Dave Hignett (trumpet), Niall Armstrong (tenor sax), Mike Cunningham (piano), Hazel Hanley (double bass) & Paul ‘Sid’ Wight (drums).

George Shovlin & the Radars - Billy Bootleggers, Nelson St, Newcastle NE1 5AN. 9:00pm.

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Friday, August 29, 2014

Salute Adolphe with Stobart, Brass Jaw and more

(Report by Russell)
Radio 3 is the place to be this Saturday (August 30). Kathy Stobart is remembered on Jazz Record Requests (5:00pm) - nice one Hugh! and Brass Jaw come from the Edinburgh Fringe at six o’clock (Jazz Line-Up). The midnight appreciation of Mose Allison should be worth a listen (Geoffrey Smith’s Jazz) then on Sunday afternoon Radio 4 (1:30pm) broadcasts a programme that isn’t about jazz or maybe it is…The Map That Made Manhattan is a half hour documentary ‘Filled with the sounds and atmosphere of New York...’ Odds on a film noir, Bowery Boys, Hopper-esque soundtrack!
Monday’s date with Paul Jones (Radio 2, 7:00pm) celebrates more of the winners of this year’s British Blues Awards. Jools returns, not on the telly, he’s on Radio 2 (11:00pm) in a new thirteen week run of Jools Holland (turn on your other radio, tune to Radio 3 and  listen simultaneously to Jazz on 3). Jamie Cullum can be found in his usual Tuesday slot (7:00pm) and Radio 3’s Late Junction (11:00pm) can usually be relied upon for one or two jazz things. This evening’s installment offers Ornette Coleman and Steve Lacey and Wednesday’s edition – same time – promises Herbie Hancock. Fancy some heavy duty classical? John Adams and Mahler? Hmmm. The interval talk Proms Plus Intro (Radio 3, 8:15pm) takes as its subject Adolphe Sax (born 200 years ago). More Proms on Friday with more chance of some jazz – BBC Proms 2014 (Radio 3, 10:15pm) – features Paloma Faith, Urban Voices Collective and Guy Barker’s forty two piece orchestra. If you so choose, there is a simulcast (how American!) on BBC 4.    
Russell.  

2 comments :

  1. Thanks for the namecheck Russell! In retrospect, although I very much like my chosen track, it was perhaps a little KS - lite. Her playing shone through on the subseqent track "Gee Baby Ain’t I Good To You" though, from the album "Kath Meets Humph". Superb. I loved the anecdote about Kathy Stobart swearing as well.

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  2. Well Hugh, I'm listening to the program now and the track you selected has, apart from Kathy, another north east connection in the form of pianist Martin Blackwell who has a lengthy solo introduction. Martin was, for a time, resident at Newcastle's Change Is night club and a frequent buyer of jazz LPs from me when I worked in Windows music shop. Judging by his solo he listened and learned from those discs! He's still going strong in London. A great player.

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