Monthly Archives: February 2012

What the…?

Isn’t it amazing, the amount of spare time some people must have…   I’m a fan of electronica so the mash-up is a concept I dig. Whilst the above video’s fun(ish) and a novelty, aesthetically it doesn’t quite work – … Continue reading

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Updates, Notifications Et cetera, Et cetera…

“When the facts change I change my mind. What do you do, sir? John Maynard Keynes A big thank you to Colm “Red” Sullivan for prompting me on the most obvious Shakespeare and jazz marriage, Ellington’s Such Sweet Thunder (funnily … Continue reading

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A Very British Winter…

Did The Beatles and Shakespeare help create modern European jazz? There was a period in British jazz when musicians turned to the country’s distant past to help create a unique, modern and very British sound. The causes for such patriotic … Continue reading

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