The trombone's unique range and timbre makes it ideally suited to a twin instrument front line, as in the seminal 1950s quintet led by two of its finest exponents, J.J. Johnson and Kai Winding. This time two leading trombonists from these shores, Mark Nig
‘Dylan Howe – Subterranean’ is a new album that re-works the instrumental cuts from David Bowie’s Berlin albums, Low and Heroes, investing them with new life whilst remaining true to their original spirit. A specially-made film will also be projec
The two -trombone with three rhythm format, in which trombonists JJ Johnson (Jay) and Kai Winding made several albums in the period 1954-1969, is one that is not often heard these days, so all credit to trombonists Mark Nightingale and Alastair White for
Nigel Price, the British jazz guitarist devoted to such late guitar heroes as Wes Montgomery and Grant Green, cruises through some classic themes and compatible originals with the fine pairing of Pete Whittaker on Hammond organ and Matt Home on drums.
Still little known in Britain, but with a solid following in the US, Rebecca Kilgore stands out among the current generation of "standards" singers, not only for her considerable vocal talents but also as a seeker-out of neglected songs.
Farmers By Nature is the phenomenal trio of drummer Gerald Cleaver, bassist William Parker, and pianist Craig Taborn. Each are internationally renowned master musicians-improvisers-composers-bandleaders. When they work together as FBN, it is as a complete