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Out Of This World

Julie Dunn

cat nr DDRCD017
The new album from Julie Dunn - a songstress with a rich and characterful vocal palette.
John Horler - piano/arranger
Alec Dankworth - double bass
Winston Clifford - drums
with special guests:
David Horler - trombone/valve trombone
Tony Coe - clarinet/soprano sax
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String Theory

Jim Mullen Quartet

cat nr DDRCD016
Reunited after 12 years, for this album and accompanying UK tour, this is a high-power world-class quartet;
Jim Mullen - guitar
Gareth Williams - piano
Mick Hutton - bass
Gary Husband - drums
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Cookin' With The Lid On

Skelton Skinner
Allstars Big Band

cat nr DDRCD015
Subtitled "Diggin' The Terry Gibbs Dreamband"
Featuring Anthony Kerr on Vibraphone
A tribute to one of the greatest and most swinging recorded bands.
"The Skelton Skinner Big Band are one of the best new bands I've heard in many years. They remind me so much of my original Dreamband."
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Arthur Wilson Memorial Concert
Various Artists:

London Brass
The Pete Beachill Big Band
50-piece trombone choir
cat nr. DDRCD013
Arthur Wilson was a truly inspirational trombonist and teacher. In his later years he suffered from Parkinson's Disease, and this memorial concert celebrating his life was recorded to raise funds in aid of the charity Parkinson's UK.

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Guys & Dolls

The Ed Puddick Big Band

arranged & conducted by Ed Puddick

cat nr DDRCD012
Ed Puddick is a prolific arranger and composer, particularly for Big Band. This suite is a collection of individually-styled instrumental arrangements from what could rightly be termed the perfect musical - Frank Loesser’s Guys & Dolls.

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Not A Cloud In The Sky

The John Horler Quartet

cat nr DDRCD011
John Horler : piano
Sam Mayne : alto sax
Chris Lawrence : double bass
Spike Wells : drums
John Horler is one of the most highly-regarded jazz pianists in the UK. As the musical director for Dame Cleo Laine and the late Sir John Dankworth, he has worked with countless other great international musicians, in venues worldwide. One of these is the stunning talent of young saxophonist Sam Mayne, augmenting the regular jazz piano trio setup to a vibrant and fiercely-swinging quartet.

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"..full of unexpected turns and hidden surprises... a marvellous rapport.." The Observer; read the review