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A Frantabulous night to make romance: soon from Sarah Moule

Classic lyrics and such poise from erstwhile John Wilson Orchestra singer Sarah Moule are formidable factors on Stormy Emotions to be released this spring. Exploring the canon comprised of songs by Fran Landesman and Simon Wallace who worked with …

Published: 1 Feb 2021. Updated: 5 months.

Classic lyrics and such poise from erstwhile John Wilson Orchestra singer Sarah Moule are formidable factors on Stormy Emotions to be released this spring. Exploring the canon comprised of songs by Fran Landesman and Simon Wallace who worked with Landesman extensively over many years the album is to be released on the 33 Jazz label via Proper. Double bassists the Shavian Mick Hutton, ''Level'' Neville Malcolm, a delight in recent years with Deelee Dubé, drummers Paul Robinson and Rod Youngs, guitarists Charlie Cawood and Nigel Price plus former Polar Bear saxophonist Mark Lockheart also figure. Songs are: 1 Nothing Is Mine Now; 2 Are We Just Having Fun?; 3 Never That’s When; 4 Close To Tears; 5 A Magician’s Confession; 6 Truly Unruly; 7 After The Fall; 8 On Hold/Living In Limbo; 9 Time Is The Beast; 10 The Long Arm Of Love; 11 Fool’s Gold; 12 Stormy Emotions. Cast your mind back to 2012 the last time lightning struck so Frantabulously, on that particular occasion from Ian Shaw on A Ghost in Every Bar. Sarah Moule photo Steve Ullathorne

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Shai Maestro, Human

The only pianist ever to be a perfect match in every way for Israeli bass colossus Avishai Cohen, the most demanding jazz trio gig on the planet, Shai ''Seven Seas'' Maestro as a leader is a significant player in the new chamber-jazz of the 21st …

Published: 1 Feb 2021. Updated: 5 months.

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The only pianist ever to be a perfect match in every way for Israeli bass colossus Avishai Cohen, the most demanding jazz trio gig on the planet, Shai ''Seven Seas'' Maestro as a leader is a significant player in the new chamber-jazz of the 21st century and builds the Dream Thief sound up raising the bar higher than ever.

Enhanced spectacularly in the compositional voicings by trumpeter Philip Dizack who joins the dots between say the historic avant innovations of Don Ellis and the fragile bluesy ache of Enrico Rava, a deepening ''new melodicism'' operates imaginatively at the throbbing avant tinged heart of the record. If an artist really has not connected fully with me I play the standards and leave their originals to one side for mulling over later. Here it is the opposite: it is the generous stock of fine originals all the way for pleasure ('Hank and Charlie' most of all) and a quickly derived feeling of deep satisfaction and sense of better insight gained. SG.

Out now on ECM. Shai Maestro, top