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Omar to record a live album at the Jazz Cafe on Saturday

Soul singer Omar is recording a new album this weekend in London's Camden at the Jazz Cafe on Saturday night where he will be playing two shows. Omar is in the playing company of trumpeter Quentin Collins, tenor saxophonist Brandon Allen, …

Published: 24 May 2021. Updated: 31 days.

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Soul singer Omar is recording a new album this weekend in London's Camden at the Jazz Cafe on Saturday night where he will be playing two shows. Omar is in the playing company of trumpeter Quentin Collins, tenor saxophonist Brandon Allen, Hammond organist Ross Stanley and drummer James Maddren (heard at the weekend playing the Vortex with Hannes Riepler reviewed here). Indie-jazz label Ubuntu will release the record. Harpist Alina Bzhezhinska opens for Omar on Saturday. More: at the Jazz Cafe site. Omar, above.

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New discovery listen: Vincent Lê Quang's Everlasting

New discovery listen: Try saxophonist Vincent Lê Quang's Everlasting. Lê Quang who is a teacher at the Paris Conservatoire is also known for his work with Swiss jazz icon drummer Daniel Humair on such records as Modern Art. Everlasting issued by La …

Published: 24 May 2021. Updated: 31 days.

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New discovery listen: Try saxophonist Vincent Lê Quang's Everlasting. Lê Quang who is a teacher at the Paris Conservatoire is also known for his work with Swiss jazz icon drummer Daniel Humair on such records as Modern Art. Everlasting issued by La Buissonne finds Lê Quang with pianist Bruno Ruder, double bassist Guido Zorn and drummer Joe Quitzke.

La Buissonne, the house label of one of Europe's most revered recording studios used for jazz, is rapidly establishing itself especially for chamber jazz styles even if the frequency of its release programme is limited so far. Read a review of Jean-Marie Machado Quartet's superb Majakka from earlier in 2021. Everlasting is out now