“Camden '70” by Neil Ardley's New Jazz Orchestra bears testament to the potency of period modern British jazz talent in this live recording of a mid-tour concert at the Jeanetta Cochrane Theatre during London’s 1970 Camden Jazz Festival.
Now reissued by Singsong Music, 1971's ‘A Symphony of Amaranths’ is the most romantic and harmonically dense piece of music that the late Modern British Jazz giant, Neil Ardley ever composed.
Newly signed to Elton John’s Rocket Records, Johnny Warman’s first solo album for the label, 1981’s ‘Walking Into Mirrors’ made the Top 20 in a number of European countries and sold a respectable 100,000 copies worldwide. Includes a Top 10 hit single in Australia for ‘Screaming Jets’, featuring Peter Gabriel
A Five Star Review for our up-and-coming mini-album/EP release by guitar virtuoso, Ray Fenwick is so well-deserved - many thanks all at Get Ready To Rock!
Acoustic rock legends Lindisfarne have embarked on re-setting live dates lost to Covid-19 last year. Says founding band member, Rod Clements: “While the earlier dates we had for 2021 are now looking unlikely to happen due to the protraction of the pandemic we are hoping to reinstate our concerts for August onwards.”
Great interview with guitar legend Ray Fenwick on BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Afternoon Show showcases his remarkable dexterity with a play of track “Tam Tam” taken from his new mini-album on Singsong Music, ‘Going Large’.