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Southern Journey (Revisited)

Back to Alan Lomax’s Dixie – with a subtly understated agenda

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Nubya Garcia – Source

Soulful jazz saxophonist steps up

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Roy Ayers – Jazz Is Dead 002

Revered and much-sampled vibraphonist’s first album in 16 years

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Kathleen Edwards – Total Freedom

In 2014, Canadian songwriter Kathleen Edwards surprised everyone when she announced she was stepping back from music, moving back to her hometown and opening a coffee shop called Quitters. The name was tongue-in-cheek, in line with the self-deprecating humour found in Edwards’ music whenever things were getting too serious. But as the years passed, and […]

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Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers – Just Coolin’

The Blue Note legend is not based on distinctive artwork alone. Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff, the company’s founders, cared enough about quality to pay for rehearsal time as well as putting the musicians in a good studio with a fine engineer. Yes, they presented the results in an attractive package with a coherent label […]

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Mike Polizze – Long Lost Solace Find

Philadelphia isn’t a place generally spoken of with the same reverence as those other, more mythologised centres of American rock’n’roll – a Seattle, say, a Detroit or a New York City. All the same, for the last decade or so the city has kept hitting home runs. From hometown heroes The War On Drugs, Kurt […]

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The Waterboys – Good Luck, Seeker

It was still only 1984 when, on The Waterboys’ second album A Pagan Place, Mike Scott revealed “The Thrill Is Gone”, a mournful eulogy to the growing realisation that a relationship has run its course. It’s a line that’s at times haunted both him and his audience: Scott’s pursued a dedicated but haphazard path, trying […]

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Lianne La Havas – Lianne La Havas

La Havas’s third: self-titled, self-reliant

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Dion – Blues With Friends

A loose template for The Wanderer to explore myriad shades of American music

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Khruangbin – Mordechai

The Texas trio’s fourth is rooted in Houston, but channelling a planet of genre-fluid grooves

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