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Clare Teal has a new album out today and it’s fantastic! "Don't Talk" is not so much a departure for Clare Teal but a progression like i've never seen before. Already a huge fan of her "Road Less Travelled" album, I was expecting more of the same with this release, but to my surprise she has created, in my opinion, one of the finest contemporary albums to date by any British artist. The album is not simply a collection of songs, but an "album" in the truest sense of what an album should be. The …
Dylan Howe releases his second album for UK independent label OT Records. "This Is It" is a perfect example of the best of the new wave of British jazz that has been building over the past three years and has brought us the likes of Jamie Cullum, Clare Teal, Ben Castle, Amy Winehouse and Soweto Kinch. Howe’s latest offering harks back in both sound and look to the peak of late 50s blue note recordings with more than a nod to the great Sam Rivers two of whose compositions can be found here. His b …
Following her hugely successful charity fundraiser at the famous 606 Jazz club in London earlier this year, the UK's most talked about jazz singer returns to her adopted home town of Bath to perform a second concert to raise money for those affected by the Tsunami. This concert, like the first which raised almost £4,000 pounds, will be in aid of The British Red Cross and will provide much needed aid in the areas most badly hit by this natural disaster. All the performers, organizers and technica …
On Sunday 29th May 2005, Clare Teal, Ian Shaw, Tony Smith (Roy Ayers' guitarist)and other celebrities from the Jazz world will be performing a unique concert at the 606 club in London to raise money for charities that suport research into M.E. The event will be a truely exceptional experience and will sell out very quickly so please book early if you want to guarantee being there. We don't have the full details yet, but as it is a Sunday you will have to book to have lunch. There will be a seper …
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