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Digby became a fulltime jazzman in 1977 after twelve years as a qualified librarian in Southend-on-Sea working night by exhausting night in everything from local soul and dance bands to avant-garde jazz ensembles in Southend and all over his home-county of Essex.

Other important recordings during that time were duet albums with Ray Charles ( Porgy and Bess ) as well as Arnold Schoenberg 's Pierrot Lunaire , which won Laine a classical Grammy nomination.

51. Ben Webster
52. Eddie Harris
53. Bobby Keys
54. Richard Elliott
55. Chris Potter
56. Kirk Whalum
57. Dave Koz
58. Wilton Felder
59. Lee Konitz
60. Eric Marienthal
61. Gene Ammons
62. John Surman
63. Arnett Cobb
64. Lee Allen
65. Pete Christlieb
66. Sonny Fortune
67. Clarence Clemons
68. Plas Johnson
69. Harold Land
70. David Sanchez
71. Bud Shank
72. Big Jay McNeely
73. Lou Donaldson
74. Branford Marsalis
75. Alvin 'Red' Tyler
76. Yusef Lateef
77. Sonny Simmons
78. Nat Simpkins
79. Archie Shepp
80. Willis Jackson
81. Maxwell Davis
82. Joe Houston
83. Louis Jordan
84. John Zorn
85. Richie Cole
86. Hank Crawford

87. Billy Harper
88. Earl Bostic
89. George Coleman
90. Dave Liebman
91. Lenny Pickett
92. Lucky Thompson
93. John Gilmore
94. Red Prysock
95. "Daddy" Gene Barge
96. Zoot Sims
97. Brandon Fields
98. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis
99. Jimmy Forrest
100. Sam Rivers

Nearly all of our CDs feature concertina or accordion. Within their categories (such as Irish or Cajun), they are listed in alphabetical order, by artist or group. If you are looking for a particular CD, try using your browser's 'Find' function by clicking Edit > Find or by typing Ctrl+F ( Cmd+F on Macs).

10. Before his Radio 1 debut, Dave Lee Travis stole the microphone he'd used on Radio Caroline. "The very first pirate broadcasts were made on it, and I thought, 'I have spent so much of my time on this ship, I'm having a souvenir,'" he said . "I just went and got a pair of scissors and cut the cable."

In light orchestral work Tom has played principal trumpet with John Wilson, The RTE Concert Orchestra and has played with the RPO, Philharmonia, English National Ballet Orchestra and the English Session Orchestra. In the West End, Tom has played on multiple shows including Wicked, Sinatra: Live On Stage, Dreamgirls, Show Boat and Beautiful. In 2013 and 2014 Tom played lead trumpet live on the X Factor Big Band shows, in addition to the BBC Proms in 2014, and the ongoing BBC TV series Bruce's Hall Of Fame. In pop and commercial music Tom has played and recorded with the likes of Van Morrison, Blur, Mark Knopfler, Jessie J, Gary Barlow and Shirley Bassey. In February 2014 Tom co-produced and played a series of concerts with Al Jarreau at London's famous Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club.

A very special evening featuring one our most beloved actors, a highly respected poet and one of the UK’s finest vocalists and three leading musicians. A key figure in the poetry reading scene of the 60s and described by The Times as a “champion of poetry”, Jeremy Robson’s most recent book Subject Matters includes poems on Paris in the 50s, his friend Ron Moody, CND rallies, Roy Rogers and much more. It follows his highly praised 2014 volume Blues in the Park, described by Bel Mooney in the Daily Mail as “the work of a poet whose wide-ranging experience, transmuted into fluent, accessible poems will strike a harmonious chord with a great many readers”.

The story of an exiled Spanish revolutionary, now a successful screenwriter, dangerously drawn back to his homeland and the "good fight" for freedom from fascism.

The role of the C-melody saxophone in early jazz must not be overlooked, though it frequently is. Several major jazz musicians began their careers on the instrument. Benny Carter and Coleman Hawkins both began on the C-melody and, surprisingly, Paul Whiteman's pianist and arranger Bill Challis started his professional work in dance bands as a player of the C-melody. 22

Performers: Menno Daams, Ian Smith, t; Matthias Seuffert, Alan Barnes, reeds; Adrian Fry, tb; Martin Litton, p; Martin Wheatley, g; Alyn Shipton, b; Norman Emberson, d. 2011

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