Various Artists - Journeys In Modern Jazz: Great Britain

Various Artists - Journeys In Modern Jazz: Great Britain

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A selection of some of the finest jazz to come out of the UK.

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A deep dive into the one of most collectable jazz catalogues in the world, a selection of some of the rarest and most sought-after recordings from the 60s and 70s, a time when British jazz began to find its own identity. Drawn from the iconic labels of Decca, Deram, Argo, EMI Columbia/Lansdowne Series, Fontana, Mercury, & Philips.

1. Ken Wheeler and the John Dankworth Orchestra - Don The Dreamer
2. Don Rendell Quintet - A Matter Of Time
3. Collin Bates Trio - Brew
4. John Surman, John Warren - With Terry’s Help

5. Neil Ardley, Ian Carr, Don Rendell - Greek Variations: VI Kriti [edit]
6. The New Jazz Orchestra - Angle
7. Alan Skidmore Quintet - Old San Juan

8. Michael Garrick Sextet - Second Coming
9. Mike Westbrook Concert Band - Waltz (for Joanna)
10. Stan Tracey And His Big Band - Matinee Days
11. Harry Beckett - Third Road

12. Dick Morrissey Quartet - Storm Warning
13. Mike Taylor Quartet - To Segovia
14. Michael Gibbs - Some Echoes, Some Shadows

Artist: Various Artists
Label: Decca
Catalogue: 5393586
Barcode: 0600753935866
Format: 2LP or 4CD
Release Date: 16th July 2021
                               

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