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Bill Buckley

GRACE BEFORE MEALS…

English DJ / producer JP Firmin in the mastermind behind  SONIC SOUL ORCHESTRA – a brand that regularly delivers classic house tunes. For SSO’s latest offering Mr F has joined forces with vocalist Brian...

DAVID SANBORN DIES…

Acclaimed jazz sax star, DAVID SANBORN died on Sunday 12th May. He was aged 78 and the sad news  was announced on his social media account:- “It is with sad and heavy hearts that...

PM’S RIGHT HERE!

P M WARSON is a London-based singer/songwriter. When we were introduced to him a few years back he cited  The Impressions’ ‘Keep On Pushing’ and the Isley Brothers’ original 1964 recording of ‘That Lady’...

JOHN KLEMMER: CHATEAU  LOVE (Touch Records USA/BFD/Orchard)

JOHN KLEMMER is a veteran US jazz sax man with a lengthy and distinguished career. He debuted as a leader way back in 1967 with the album ‘Involvement’ – the first of his LPs...

CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE!

The prolific ALEX PUDDU has just released a new single. It’s ‘Champagne e Giochi Di Coppia’ which we’re reliably informed means “Champagne and couple games”. The story goes like this – a swinging couple...

NIGEL HALL & DJ HARRISON; THE BURNING BUSH: (Regime Music Group)

Music anoraks might now that Nigel Hall is the keysman and vocalist in acclaimed jazz/funk band, Lettuce and that DJ  Harrison works with Virginia jazzers, Butcher Brown. Both hail from the Washington DC area...

 FRED’S LIVING IN NYC…

You may not know his name but you’ll know his music. We’re talking about FRED THOMAS – sometime bassist with the James Brown Band . It’s Mr T’s thumping, rock steady bass lines on...

SUPER SUPA LUV!

THE WEATHER GIRLS (now fronted by the dynamic gospel reared vocals of Dynelle Rhodes, daughter of original member Izora Rhodes) are about to unleash their funkiest jam yet – ‘Supa Luv. If we tell...

THEE MARLOES KNOW!

For the best part of 18 months we’ve been entertained by some fine old school, soft soul from THEE MARLOES. The band prove that great soul music speaks a universal language – you see...