The Sunday Service is back for the people who feel J-A-Z-Z! At the pulpit as ever will be Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge.
Another Sunday Afternoon At Dingwalls with Gilles Peterson & Patrick Forge
- Sunday 25th November 2012
- Camden Lock
- 12.30- 7pmish
- Early Arrivial recommended. No guaranteed Entry after 2pm
- Tickets £16
- Limited tickets on the door
- Advance Tickets from http://www.dingwalls.com/listings/
Perhaps the surprise of the year this one as George Benson release an album that isn’t a ‘Best Of’ his own hits as he covers some pop and jazz classics and it’s worth more than a casual listen!
Continue reading George Benson – Guitar Man
We’ve been dreaming of a new album by Sabrina Malheiros on Far Out Recordings and here it is and it’s very wide awake!
Continue reading Sabrina Malherios – Dreaming
If you listened to the latest Gilles Peterson Radio 1 show you’ll know he said “They keep telling me there’s going to be an Acid Jazz revival” after playing a track from Burn!; listen to the whole album and you’ll believe it!
Continue reading Eddie Roberts & The Fire Eaters – Burn!
There’s nothing like it when it comes to UK Soul legend Omar and if you listened to the latest Gilles Peterson show you’ll know that Omar’s latest album is monster when droppin’ names like Estelle, Angie Stone and Stevie Wonder!
Continue reading Omar – Sing (if You Want To)
As much as the mention of Futuristica’s Jazz Chronicle’s session in the Guardian’s Guide on Saturday as their ‘Pick of the Week’ was appreciated, they missed out that Manchester’s finest Matthew Halsall was a special guest DJ!
Continue reading Matthew Halsall – Spiritual Surfing at 60MPC 03/02/11
If you’re looking forward to seeing Marc Rapson at Scope this Friday, don’t forget to take a few bob with you just in case there’s a few copies left of his fantastic debut EP for sale: Dark Vs. Light.
Continue reading Marc Rapson – Dark Vs. Light
A budget package of 5 original albums by one of the biggest names of the funky keyboard, Mr. George Duke – if this doesn’t get you excited, I’ll be surprised!
Continue reading George Duke – Original Album Series
Just to say it again, Harmless Records is 15 years old and it’s party time with the meister of the jazz and funk compilation, Dean Rudland as he gets some classic on the latest Pulp Fusion
Continue reading V/A – Pulp Fusion: The Return Of The Original Ghetto Jazz & Funk Classics
If you’re of a certain age, Dean Rudland will be a familar name as a the man that knows how to compile a album of Jazzy Vibes and this new release on Backbeats is proof he’s not lost his touch.
Continue reading V/A – Jazzy Vibes (Compiled by Dean Rudland)
Day 3: Waking up to a beautiful sunny Sunday morning with Big Chill Radio playing Dudley Perkins’ ‘Flowers’ and a full day ahead of awesome music listening pleasure, I almost felt as excited as a teenager – would it last?
Continue reading Big Chill Festival 2010 – Sunday 08.08.10
Announced this week as the “Godfather of Rap” on Radio 4, at last there’s a brand new album from Gil Scott-Heron and it’s on XL of all labels; talk about I’m New Here!
Continue reading Gil Scott-Herron – I’m New Here
For students of all things theology, you’ll know that on the fourth day it all got a bit elemental and here’s some space inspired beats from a man who is out there, Mr. Beatnick!
Continue reading Mr. Beatnick – The 4th Day