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! Street. New Jazz venue.
Liz McEwan but check for details 332 2545.
FRIDAY 14 Glasgow
0 Jazz on Record Glasgow Rhythm Club. Berkeley Street. 7.45pm. Come and listen. informal talks on Ragtime. New Orleans. Swing Bebop. Avant Garde.
0 David Newton Quartet/Danny Moss Quartet Queen‘s Hall. Clerk Street. 10pm. £3.50 (£2.50 non members) (See panel).
0 Melanie D‘Reilly and Francis Cowan Carlton Hotel. North Bridge. Mainstream songs accompanied by understated yet complex guitar work.
0 Spirits of Rhythm Basin Street. Haymarket.
o The String Vests The Kilderkin. Constitution Street. Leith.
Blues Swing duo; guitar. fiddle and American song.
0 Karl Heinz Miklin Trio Lochgelly Centre. Lochgelly. Fife. From Austria. mainstream/freestyle/own compositions. 7.30pm. £2.50.
0 Geroge McGowan Orchestra Daniel Brown‘s. St Vincent Street. 1.30—4.30pm. Jazz from the Big Band era. 0 Frank Pantrini Quintet Studio One. Byres Road. Lunchtime. Great fun. Skilfttl sax leads. various sets. Always instrumentalists there to join in. 0 Bill Fanning Big Band Shadows. Bath Street. 3320532. Swing music. Lunchtime and all afternoon. ‘30s
' and ‘40s style. 0 Cumbernauld Theatre Lunchtime Jazz in the bar. Tom McGrath and whoever else comes in.
0 Take Three Carlton Hotel. North Bridge. Sax. guitar. bass.
0 Tam White and The Dexters Platform ()ne. Rutland Street. Tam with the 9 piece band including brass section.
0 Alex Shaw Trio Platform One. Rutland Street. Lunchtime.
0 Mike Hart's Selection Basin Street. Haymarket. Small traditional jazz band. Wonderful selection ofjazz posters on the stairs.
0 Jazz Classics Radio 2. 4pm. Re-mastered gems from the early days
0 Bourbon Jazz band Beacon Hotel. Park Terrace. Dixieland Band. Lunchtime. 0 Danny Moss Black Bull Jazz Club. Milngavie. See panel. 0 Ricki Fernandez and Friends The Tron Bar. Tron Theatre. Parnie
Street. Lunchtime. Good crowd.
Mainstream sit-in band.
' O T-Zone Nico‘s Sauchiehall Street.
j 332 1585. Modern. Lunchtime.
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21¢ é You wouldn’t think, watching her put an audience at ease, leading them into her world, that relatively recently she walked onto the stage at London's Ronnie Scott's Club and turned crimson. Her great talent, confidence and authority as a jazz singer are now noted lar lrorn her native Glasgow. ‘All My Tomorrows”, her second album, is further proot— but what better than to listen to a slngerlive! 0n the 18th, in the Mitchell Theatre's Moir Hall she
will be appearing in an identical concert line-up to last autumn's Edinburgh eventwhen she gave us many rare gems in a broad spectrum of song, from the hard-edged or polished with her long term band — Sandy Taylor, Murray Smith and Alex Moore, to some ravishing feathery vocal interweavings with a quartet ol string players from the SND.
Even more oi the latter is promised for the Glasgow pertormance.
Alternate weeks. Edinburgh
0 Texas Funk/Latin/Jazz Club disco bar. above Coasters. West Tollcross. 0 Mike Hart's Syncopaters Learmonth Hotel. Learmonth Terrace. Lunchtime. New lady singer with the band who soon set off on international festival trips.
0 Capital Jazz Band Grosvenor Hotel. Grosvenor Street. Lunchtime.
O Contos Platform One. Rutland Street. 225 2433. Latin Jazz with vibes. congas and percussion.
o Tam White and The Dexters Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 226 3816. Cavernous noisy bar.
slightly smaller band minus two brass players — still raunchy. o Basin Street Stompers Basin Street. Haymarket Terrace. Satchmo’s music.
‘ 0 Jack Findlay or Tom Findlay Quartet
‘ Alternate weeks. Fingers Piano Bar.
MONDAY 17 . Glasgow 0 The Cotton Club Jan Dance Disco
Scott Street. 3320712. 10.30pm—3.30am.
0 Swing '85 Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. 225 622‘). Django meets Goodman. .
0 East CoastJazz Band Blue Lagoon. Angle Park Terrace. Straight early tunes and arrangements.
0 Carol Kidd, Sandy TaylorTrio augmented by a String Quartet.
Moir Hall. Mitchell Theatre. 8pm.
£4 (£3 non members). Presented by
i Platform Jazz. See panel.
l 0 Bobby Wishart Quartet Halt Bar.
Woodlands Road. Keyboards.
electric bass and drums with Wishart on sax. Bop and fusion.
0 Swing '85 Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. 225 622‘). Hot club sound. but clarinet and sax lead.
0 Delta Devils Maxies Bistro. West Nicolson Street. 667 08-15. Guitar-based blues and American Swing.
0 Melanie D'Reilly and Francis Cowan Shore Bar. Leith. Mainstream singer with guitarist. Intimate ambience. adjoining restaurant. Dockland.
0 West End Jazz Band Basin Street. Haymarket. Solid trad band in Edinburgh‘s main venue for the early form ofJazz.
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0 Smith/Lyall Quartet De Ouincey’s. Union Street. 333 0633. Alternate weeks. Check for details.
0 Sandy Taylor/Alex Moore Duo Plus Friends Glasgow Society of Musicians. Berkeley Street. 221
61 12. 8.30pm.
0 Liz McEwan/Jim Henry Dragonara Hotel. Belford Road. Good songs and voice. Mainstream and soul jazz. 0 Take Three Maxies Bistro. Nicolson Street.
0 Charlie McNair's Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 226 3816.
0 Louisiana Ragtime Band Basin Street. Haymarket Terrace. Dixieland music.
0 Burton/Nicholson Quartet Blackfriars. Albion Street. Bebop and beyond.
0 Smith/Lyall Quartet 1 ialt Bar. Woodland Road. Driving sax/keyboard with bass and occasional people sitting in.
0 Sue Robertson Maxies Bistro. West Nicolson Street. Classic songs accompanied by Davy on guitar.
0 the Francis Cowan Trio with Melanie O'Beltinhe Kilderkin. Constitution Street. Leith. Gerry Forde on bass. Dick Lee on clarinet and sax. Francis on guitar. Melanie vocals.
0 Brian Kellogg Trio Royal British Hotel. Princes Street. 556 4901. Resident pianist. Post fifties. Younger audience.
0 Fat Sam's Band Goodtime Emporium. Abbeymount. ()ne of Edinburgh‘s venues for dixieland and trad.
0 Spirits of Rhythm Basin Street. Haymarket Terrace. Very enjoyable small group.
0 West End Jazz band Ailsa Graig Hotel. Mainly mainstream
, standards. Classic line up of clarinet.
' trumpet and tromnbone fronting
piano. bass. drums and banjo.
O Dragonara Jazz Dragonara Hotel,
I Belford Road. Probably the lovely
i Liz McEwan but check for details