Street. 557 2976. Evening. Songs with guitar. Late bar.
WEDNESDAY 30 Glasgow
0 An Indian Experience Third Eye Centre. Sauchiehall Street. 8.45pm. £3 (£2). Dance/mime/music. Dancers will also hold a workshop at 7pm. £1.50. Combined price £3.50 (£2.50).
0 Nailan Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. Evening. Session. accordion. fiddles. ﬂute. bodhrans and occasional songs.
0 Clutha Tron Theatre Bar. Parnie Street. Evening. Traditional Scots music and song.
0 Limited Edition Tolbooth Bar. Glasgow Cross. Evening. String band country blues.
0 Cumbernauld Folk Club (‘umbernauld Theatre Bar. 8.30pm. 75p (50p).
0 Pete Coe Edinburgh Folk Club. Osbourne Hotel. York Place. 8pm. £1.50. Leading English club singer and instrumentalist. One ofthe best. 0 Gavin Anderson Bannermans Bar. (‘owgate Evening. Traditional and contemporary songs.
0 Bob Hownslow and Friends Green Tree. Cowgate. Evening.
0 Pele Coe Star Folk Club. Glasgow Society of Musicians. Berkeley Street. 8pm. £1. Singer and mu[ti-instrumentalist from Red
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26 Cheapside Street, Glasgow C33 i
He had flown back that morning from the States but Martin Taylor was bright and enthusiastic about the new album. ‘We recorded it in LA and I've just finished the mixing in Nashville. ltwill probably be called Cherokee Ride, after a piece I wrote, and it's aimed at a younger audience. Really good music— the trumpet player is from the Crusaders and the percussionist from Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson. John Pattatucci plays bass in Chick Corea's band, Mike Wariord is the tenor player and Ralph Humphries on drums. I hope to tourthe band, orone with more or less the same line-up, when the album comes out.’
Taylor’s astonishing technique on guitar is married to a wide musical taste that keeps him much in demand as a world performer, flying out of his native Scotland every few weeks. He regularly tours as Stephane Grappelll’s guitarist. Last week he joined the fiddler on stage in the States in an
Shift. One of the top boys in the English scene.
0 Red Neck Mothers Tolbooth Bar. Glasgow Cross. Evening. Country blues on acoustic guitars.
0 Session Green Tree. Cowgate. Evening till 1am. Fiddles. squeeze boxes. ﬂutes. piano etc. Crowded and convivial.
0 Royal Oak Infirmary Street. Evening till 1.30am. Late night folk basement.
FRIDAY 18 Glasgow
0 Gordon Cruikshank Quartet Gillespie’s. 26 Cheapside Street. 221 7704. 8.15pm.
unplanned meeting and he has even been seen singing to Grappelli‘s piano playing! ln QctoberTaylor plays London with the guitarist Charlie Byrd and in April goes back to the States to record an album with Chet Atkins. ‘Everybody knows his country stuff but I heard an album he made with Lenny Breau . . . I love what I heard . . . great jazz guitar.’
Martin Taylor plays Glasgow (Gillespie’s, 20 Sept) in a solo concert, usually three sets starting with some standards, then more modern and unusual numbers and even throwing in a folk song ortwo as a starting point for complex improvisations, playing all the lines at once but always with more depth than flashy brilliance. He is lulsome in his praise oi the new-look Gillespie's with it's more modern, adventurous booking policy and thinks ‘Elliot Meadows is doing a marvellous iob,’ and laughs, ‘I hope they can keep paying his lee.‘ (Norman Chalmers)
0 George McGowan Trio with Linda Fletcher Blackfriars. Bell Street. 552 5924. Evening. Residency for drummer‘s band. Regular guest spots.
0 Sophie Bancroft Trio Cafe Biarritz. Frederick Street. Young singer of mainly jazz standards.
0 Spirits of Rhythm Basin Street. Haymarket Terrace. Evening. Trad and New Orleans in Riverboat-style venue.
0 That Swing Thang Negociants. Bristo Square. Evening. Swing songs.
SATURDAY 19 Glasgow
0 Guano Brothers Blackfriars. Bell Street. 552 5924. Evening.
0 George McGowan Orchestra Riverside Club. Fox Street. 2—5pm. £1. Bar.
0 Toto‘s Jazz Band Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 2—4pm. Trad and swing.
O Basin Street Haymarket. Evening. Bar with regular trad jazz.
0 Tam White and the Dexters Platform 1. Rutland Street. Evening. R&B
and a brass section.
0 That Swing Thang Cafe Biarritz. Frederick Street. 930—] 1.30pm. Fun swing songs and guitar/bass. 0 After Eight Mince Negociants. Bristo Square. Evening. Funky rock/jazz.
0 Martin Taylor Gillespie's. 26 Cheapside Street. 221 7704. 8.15pm. Solo concert.
0 Perdido Pharoahs Bar. Great Western Road. 8.30pm. Free. Mainstream and Latin jazz.
0 Dave Wilson and The Uptown Shufflers Bonhams Wine Bar. Byres Road. Lunchtime.
o Ricki Fernandez and Friends The Tron Bar. Tron Theatre. Parnie Street. 552 4267. Lunchtime.
0 Liz McEwan Group Hunters Tryst. Oxgangs. 4-15 3132. Evening. Songs from blues to soul.
0 Tam White and The Dexters Preservation Hall. Victoria Street. 2263816. Evening. £1. Rock/Soul band with brass.
o Basin Street Stompers Basin Street. Haymarket Terrace. Evening. The Trad venue.
0 Capital City Jazz Band Crest Hotel, Oueensferry Road. 332 2442. 2.30—5.30pm. Trad band.
, MONDAY 21 - Glasgow
0 Ciancio Gillespie‘s. 26 Cheapside Street.221 7704. 8.15pm. Featuring Bobby Wishart.
0 Jimmy Wood Trio ()ddfellows. Forrest Road. 220 1816. Evening.
0 Liz McEwan Styx. George Street. Evening. With quartet.
o Erroneous Zones Negociants. Bristo Square. Evening.
0 Sophie Bancroh Trio Malt Shovel. Cockburn Street. Evening. Youngish group. mainly song standards.
0 East CoastJazz Band Blue Lagoon. Angle Park Terrace. 331 9922. Evening. Dixieland band.
0 St Stephen Street Stampers Basin Street, Haymarket. Evening. Trad.
TUESDAY 22 ‘ Glasgow
0 Bobby Wishart Quartet Halt Bar. Woodlands Road. 332 1210. Evening.
0 Sophie Bancroft Quartet Oddfellows. Forrest Road. 220 1816. Evening. Young singer ofpromise. 0 Liz McEwan/Brlan Kellogg Trio 9pm. Rutland Hotel. Rutland Street. Vocals/keyboard.
0 Louisiana Ragtime Band Navaar House Hotel. Mayfield Gardens. 667 2828. Evening.
0 West End Jazz Band Basin Street. Haymarket. Evening. Solid trad band.
0 Live Jazz Handsel‘s Wine Bar, 22 Stafford Street. 225 5521. Evening. Dougie Urquart. guitar.
0 Perlstalsls Brothers with Brass
30 The List 18 Sept— 1 Oct