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7/4 time: we're listening to the classic title track of Avishai Cohen's Seven Seas (2011) and appreciating the freedom, space and life force found in the groove As you listen with us here are 7 to the fore ways to connect with marlbank 1 …

Published: 24 Jun 2022. Updated: 5 months.

7/4 time: we're listening to the classic title track of Avishai Cohen's Seven Seas (2011) and appreciating the freedom, space and life force found in the groove

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Back in March bass don Cohen's 'Videogame' was in the One Love spot and one thing that you are never lacking on a record of his is energy and a dazzling sense of momentum. And sure enough on the single which introduced the new 2022 trio album Shifting Sands you get this in abundance with pianist Elchin Shirinov and drummer Roni Kaspi, Cohen sounding as powerful as ever.

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On Frith Street, Soho: street of jazz dreams past, present and future to where Avishai Cohen returns for two nights at Ronnie Scott's beginning on 11 August - top

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Feelgood Friday out and about today from pianist Joe Webb, the talented highly unpretentious tinkler beyond all begrudgery slaloming deliciously in a romper room of an album stuffed full of classics with guitarist Alex Haines, bassist Will Sach, …

Published: 24 Jun 2022. Updated: 5 months.

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Feelgood Friday out and about today from pianist Joe Webb, the talented highly unpretentious tinkler beyond all begrudgery slaloming deliciously in a romper room of an album stuffed full of classics with guitarist Alex Haines, bassist Will Sach, drummer Jas Kayser, percussionist João Caetano and guesting saxophonist Fraser Smith on the record. Swings like a mother, ('Tweedle Dee' seals that thought) and becomes so horizontal on the Ben Tucker melody line of 'Comin' Home Baby' you may never stand upright ever again.

Certainly there is no room for uptightness. 'You Are My Sunshine' has a touch of the Stilgoes and good time Georgie days are back with a sprightly organ version of 'Yeh Yeh' as if time travelling to 1964, beWebbed feet all a twitch. The quasi-bugalú feel of 'Money in the Pocket' shows a whole lot of skill and insistency, Caetano joyously wigging out. Your face will be hurting by smiling so much. Wine bar bookers and the less po-faced jazz club owners out there will be desperate to say hey Joe, come on down. Do a residency. Beverages may well be consumed to all this if not on the wagon, in a mood or already partaken of the pledge. And properly so. Joe Webb, photo: press