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October 2017

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Goldmine Magazine Vinyl Values: Firefall discography

Each week we will pick an artist and post a selected discography from our latest Record Album Price Guide, 9th Edition. This week’s pick is Firefall.

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Goldmine Magazine A Good Read: Booker T. Jones delivers a plot thick with R&B

A gem is what Booker T. and his band produced when they christened the Pearl Street Warehouse, one of the new music venues in Washington, D.C.

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Goldmine Magazine Halloween vinyl to welcome trick-or-treaters to your door

Old-school recommendations for Halloween records that will create an atmospheric setting for guests.

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Ionarts Forbes Classical CD Of The Week: The Second Coming Of Celibidache

…The quality of this live recording, as the liner notes readily acknowledge, is not good: The light rig hums, there’s white noise, and the benches of the St. Florian Basilica creak. But what a performance! Rémy Ballot, for all practical purposes a no-name conductor, delivers a spellbinding performance of the sprawling, ingenious original version of Bruckner’s “Wagner” Symphony, perfectly paced

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Classic Album Sundays Classic Album Sundays and Cambridge Jazz Festival present a tribute to Gil Scott-Heron

We are delighted to be part of this years Cambridge Jazz Festival with two special events dedicated to the legendary Gil Scott-Heron. The first will be a listening session for Pieces Of A Man at Hidden Rooms followed by a screenings of ‘Word Up – From Ghetto To Mecca’ & ‘Who Is Gil Scott-Heron’.

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Gil-Scott Heron – Pieces Of A Man

Pieces of a Man is the debut studio album of American recording artist Gil Scott-Heron, released in 1971. The album serves as the follow-up to Scott-Heron’s live debut album, Small Talk at 125th and Lenox (1970), and it features compositions by Scott-Heron that were recorded in a more conventional song structure rather than the spoken word style of his previous work.

The album marked the first of several future collaborations by Scott-Heron with musician Brian Jackson. It is one of Scott-Heron’s most critically acclaimed albums and one of the Flying Dutchman label’s best-selling LP’s.

Earning modest success upon its release, Pieces of a Man has since received retrospective notice and praise from critics. Music writers have noted Scott-Heron’s and Jackson’s musical fusion of soul, jazz-funk, and proto-rap styles on the album and its influence on subsequent dance and hip hop music.

Join us at the Hidden Rooms in Cambridge on Sunday 19th November to hear this album as never before on ultra-hi quality, hi-fidelity audio equipment by Audio Note UK.

Date and Time: Sun 19th Nov. 2-5pm
Hosted by: Malik Al Nasir (Gil’s protégé) & Rumal Rackley (Gil’s son and Administrator for the Estate of Gil Scott-Heron).
Venue: Hidden Rooms, 7b Jesus Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8BA
Tickets: £10.00 in advance here

Audio Menu Supplied by Audio Note UK:

Audio Note UK -E Spe/He SpeakersAudio Note UK -E speaker stands,  Audio Note UK Oto Phono SE Pure Class A integrated Valve amplifierAudio Note UK TT2 Deluxe TurntableAudio Note UK Tonearm 1Audio Note UK iQ  3 CartridgeAudio Note UK CD 2.1xAudio Note UK Isis speaker cableAudio Note UK AN-C interconnect cable

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Word Up – From Ghetto To Mecca

Director: Shirani Sabaratnam. 30 mins, UK. 2005

Revolutionary poets and founders of contemporary RAP music, Gil Scott Heron and legendary Last Poet Jalal Nuriddin have come together in an unprecedented exclusive to endorse Malik Al Nasir (a.k.a Mark T. Watson’s) poetry book “Ordinary Guy”. Malik takes us on a poetic journey from Liverpool, to London, Paris to Washington DC whilst demonstrating how his poetry has been shaped and encouraged by these giants of the spoken word genre under whose very hands he was schooled. It also features a critique of Malik’s poetry by UK dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah. The film is Directed by Shirani Sabaratnam.

Who Is Gil Scott-Heron

Directors: Jane Forsyth and Iain Pollard. 60 mins, UK. 2015

When Gil Scott Heron died in 2010, he left behind a body of work that has influenced writers, academics and musicians. He’s been called ‘the godfather of rap’ and ‘the black Bob Dylan’ and his words have influenced every generation of hip-hop. Directed by Jane Forsyth and Iain Pollard (20,000 Days On Earth), this film is a portrait of Gil Scott Heron seen through the eyes of those who loved him – his friends, his family, and the musicians he played with.

Date and Time: Sunday 19th November 20:00 – 22:00
Host: Malik Al Nasir (Gil’s protégé) & Rumal Rackley (Gil’s son and Administrator for the Estate of Gil Scott-Heron).
Venue: Arts Picture House, 38-39 St Andrew’ St, Cambridge, CB2 3AR
Tickets £12.30 (concessions available) in advance here
Box Office: 0871 902 5720

Part of the Cambridge International Jazz Festival’s Gil Scott-Heron Tribute Weekend:

Fri Nov 17th 5-7pm – ‘Artists as Activists’ – Seminar & Recital with by Malik Al Nasir
Sat Nov 18th 9-11pm – ‘Malik & The O.Gs Live
Sun Nov 19th 2-5pm – Classic Album Sundays: ‘Pieces of a Man’
Sun Nov 19th 8-10pm – Classic Album Sundays: ‘Word Up – From Ghetto to Mecca’ + ‘Who is Gil Scott-Heron’
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Malik & The O.G’s socials:
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With special thanks to:
XL Recordings
Beggars Banquet
Picturehouse Cinemas Ltd
Audio Note
Hidden Rooms
Cambridge International Jazz Festival

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Songlines World Music News London International Arts Festival 2017

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The sixth edition of the London International Arts Festival (LIAF) is back to celebrate the rich cultures of four landmark music venues in London

The London International Arts Festival, presented by Dhruv Arts, will run from November 1-7, with concerts taking place across Kings Place, Rich Mix, Redbridge Town Hall and Vortex. LIAF is curated by the South Indian violinist Jyotsna Srikanth, a Songlines Music Awards 2017 nominee for her collaboration with the Bollywood Brass Band. The festival aims to provide a platform for up and coming artists in the capital as well as host premier world music artists.

The line-up is set to include:

Trilok Gurtu + Raga Garage
York/Thornston/Khan + Kefaya Trio
Prince Rama Varma + Ashnaa Sasikaran + Padmashri Prof Dr Yella Venkateshwara Rao + Santhoshi Nair + Mangala Anand + Dhruv Choir
Quest Collective + Fran & Flora
Cleveland Watkiss presents Vocalsuite
Myriad presented by Bernhard Schimpelsberger and Chris Gall

To purchase tickets and for more information, click here.

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Music Week Presents | Music Week Music Week Presents: Junge Junge

Junge Junge’s newest delivery features synth-fueled soundscapes flecked with pop elements and the effortless songwriting ability for which the duo is quickly becoming renowned for. ‘I’m The One’ has just been released via Universal Music and follows the success of the German duo’s hits ‘Run Run Run’, ‘Beautiful Girl’ …

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