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Goldmine Magazine Fabulous Flip Sides In Memoriam – Glen Campbell

On August 8, we lost Glen Campbell at the age of 81. We remember him with four flip sides and an interview highlight from Bobby Rydell who discusses his time in the studio. By Warren Kurtz Throughout the ‘60s, Glen …

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Discogs Blog The Best Record Stores In Portland

POWERED BY CRATE DIGGERS RECORD FAIR & AFTER PARTY | PORTLAND OR | AUGUST 26 2017 “Best Record Stores” lists undoubtedly depict a biased slant. If the list is “curated” by a single writer or a cultural aggregator of lists (we’re looking at you, Thrillist) posturing as a local, best is ambiguous at best. With […]

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Jazzwise News

The second edition of the London Festival of Korean Music – more snappily titled K-Music – features a wide range of sounds with contemporary twists on traditional Korean folk music across nine dates around the capital from 15 September to 25 October. Jazz-leaning gigs include vocalist Heemoon Lee and Berklee-trained jazz group Prelude, who join forces when they appear at the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall (24 Sept), performing the theatre work Korean Men that combines comedy, folk music and jazz.

There’s also an appearance by renowned blind harmonica player Jeduk Jeon whose virtuosic playing is as expressively versatile as that of Toots Thielemans, as he lines up with Juwon Park for a set of gypsy and flamenco-tinged jazz at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho (27 Sept). Completing this triumvirate of jazz nights will be a collaboration between impressive bamboo flautist Hyelim Kim and London-based acclaimed singer/violinist Alice Zawadzki (picture above) as the pair explore fresh interpretations of traditional Korean themes in a group also featuring young star guitarist Rob Luft and bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado at The Vortex, Dalston (2 Oct).

– Mike Flynn

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Discogs Blog Top 30 Most Expensive Records Sold On Discogs – June 2017

June’s Top 30 Most Expensive Records Sold in the Discogs Marketplace starts (as should always be the case) with a fleet-fingered guitar solo. This month’s most expensive record comes to us courtesy of venerated sideman Caleb Quaye. Before he started backing up some of the biggest names in the rock world, including Sir Elton, Sir […]

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Record Collector Magazine Exclusive – This Week’s News

10 August 2017: In this week’s NEWS , Rick Wakeman gets splattered, Liam Gallagher gets his eyes in, Pink Floyd are aired, and Sun Ra gets cosmic. PLUS our exclusive tour roundup and GIGS GALLERY featuring Brian Wilson, Embrace, Razorlight, The Fratellis, Tony Christie.

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Jazzwise News

 

Clap your pies on this vid exclusive from award-winning London duo Binker & Moses performing ‘Fete By The River’, a prime cut from their celebrated sophomore long-player, Journey to the Mountain of Forever, recorded live at the Total Refreshment Centre in Shacklewell on 25 June.

– Spencer Grady

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This day in music On this Day August 10, 2007

Anthony Wilson the UK music mogul behind some of Manchester’s most successful bands died aged 57 after suffering from kidney cancer. The TV presenter and entrepreneur founded Factory records, the label behind New Order and the Happy Mondays was also famous for setting up the Hacienda nightclub in Manchester, England.

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