Details of October Out of Nowhere Cool It Records Kristian Borring release

Sometimes past gigs are erased from the memory bank even when they were enjoyable. Others never leave and live in the present such as a piano-guitar duo gig held in an east London Japanese restaurant music venue six years ago when within the …

Published: 16 Aug 2021. Updated: 30 days.

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Sometimes past gigs are erased from the memory bank even when they were enjoyable. Others never leave and live in the present such as a piano-guitar duo gig held in an east London Japanese restaurant music venue six years ago when within the benevolent womb of the Brilliant Corners sound Kristian Borring on his bespoke Victor Baker-designed guitar, and Bruno Heinen perched at a simple upright piano, were playing material largely drawn from their beautiful Bill Evans themed album of the time Postcard to Bill Evans.

On Out of Nowhere Borring, start with Johnny Smith a bit on Johnny Smith Plus the Trio (Roost, 1960) when thinking of where the Dane needs to build from in terms of the Johnny Green title track although more of a Jim Hall head, is back this autumn with an excellent new Cool It Records album to be released on 5 October. A retro quartet affair, with the London-based player are: bassist Mick Coady; pianist Rick Simpson, heard recently tearing it up with Leo Richardson playing the Bud Powell role leaning into Jazz at Massey Hall material at the Hampstead Jazz Club to be broadcast on Jazz FM on Sunday night; and superb Kairos 4tet drummer Jon Scott.

Out of Nowhere tracks, a 2019 recorded studio affair, include originals by Borring, a radiant version of Charlie Parker's 'Bloomdido' and the standard and title track 'Out of Nowhere' itself. Full track list: 'Five To Six,' 'Epsilon Eridani,' 'Three Rivers,' 'Palace Fever,' 'Out Of Nowhere,' 'What You See Is All There Is,' 'Hipster' and 'Bloomdido'.

Kristian Borring, top left, Mick Coady, Rick Simpson, Jon Scott

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Good vibes to mark the September return of the Spice

A significant part of the London jazz club jigsaw slots back into place when the Spice re-opens in September. Paul Pace's regular club night is usually held on Wednesdays and Thursdays, the venue located in Soho, close to the Palace theatre in the …

Published: 16 Aug 2021. Updated: 33 days.

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A significant part of the London jazz club jigsaw slots back into place when the Spice re-opens in September. Paul Pace's regular club night is usually held on Wednesdays and Thursdays, the venue located in Soho, close to the Palace theatre in the atmospheric and comfortable basement of the Spice of Life pub.

Details of what's planned include on re-launch night vibist Jonny Mansfield's Quintet featuring trumpeter Laura Jurd with ''the new Kit Downes'' Noah Stoneman on piano in the band (Wednesday 1 September); harpist Tara Minton with her quintet featuring the great tenor saxophonist Denys Baptiste who was the last artist to have a record released by Gary Crosby and Janine Irons' legendary Dune Records label on his album Identity by Subtraction in 2010 (Thurs 2 Sep); singer Ella Hohnen Ford (main photo top, pictured, Wed 8 Sep); and virtuoso straightahead guitarist Nick Costley-White with his trio who include tenor legend Julian Siegel who guested on the recent John McLaughlin album LIberation Time track 'Right Here, Right Now, Right On' (Wed 15 Sep).

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See the Spice Jazz site for further bookings including Pat Levett 's wonderful Allen Toussaint-loving outfit The Coalminers, above, to return on 30 September