MONDAY 26th JULY -SATURDAY 3rd JULY
New Cafe Bar
Wholesome food for around £2 11am -11pm
44—46 Ashton Lane, Glasgow 041 334 8899
SALAD BAR, FINE WINES, ALES, COCKTAILS
71 RENFIELD STREET
The virtuoso Brazilian percussionist, last here with Jan Garbarek and Don Cherry, now with his own group.
NANA VASCONCELOS’ BUSH DANCE
Edinburgh - Friday June |0th 9.30pm ° Queen’s Hall Glasgow - Saturday June llth 8.00pm ' Henry Wood Hall
Direct from Chicago’s South side. Muddy Waters’ harmonica player now leads the hottest band in blues.
jAMES COTTON BLUES BAND
Edinburgh - Friday June 24th 9.30pm - Queen’s Hall
SUMMER jAZZ WORKSHOP
For the third year, Jamey Aebersold's ‘Combo Improvisation Clinic' —— ‘the best jazz faculty in the world' will visit Edinburgh for one week from August 7-l2.
Places on the course are still available. Contact Pam Baker. Platform (03I-226 4l79) for details.
DUNDEE jAZZ FESTIVALIJULY Ist-9th ROUND MIDNIGHT/AUGUST |9th-27th
Programmes for the East Coast's two big jazz festivals will be available on June lOth. Call Platform (03l-226 4|79) to get on the free mailing list.
552 5924. 9pm. Free. Tonight. top keyboard player. Chick Lyall Trio. IJohn StreetJam John Street. 553 38D] . 9pm. Phone for details.
I Be Quincey‘s 7t Reiilield Street. 333 ()033. Live jazz. 12.3tl—2pm. Free.
I John McLaughlin Trio PayilionTheatre. Ill Renfield Street. 332 lS-lh. 8pm. £9.50. £75“. The world‘s greatest jazz guitarist. From Miles Dayis to Shakti. Percussion player Trilok (iurtu and bassist .lett‘ Berlin.
I Carol Kidd and the Brass Section Mitchell Theatre. (iranyille Street. 221 3198. 8pm. £6.50. Immenser talented and popular jazz singc r. at home with her trio and
breaking out with the Brass Section.
I Heineken Late NightJazz Clubltospitality lnn. Cambridge Street llpiii. Tickets. Subject to ayailabilit} . £25“ Tonight. house band Jim Cleland Quartet and guests. guitarist and bass player. Francis Cowan Octet.
I George McGowan Orchestra and Drum Clinic Riyerside Club. l-o\ Street. oll Clyde Street. 0pm. £1. Big Swing. (The Circuit)
I Jimmy Feighan Quartet Carnegics. l‘) Waterloo Street. 9pm midnight. Frcc. Popular ( ilasgow .saxman. (The ( 'iiciiit)
I George Penman's Jazzmen \Voody 's Bar. Holiday Inn. Argyle Street. ‘)pm midnight. Free. See Both. (The Circuit)
I Shelagh Buchanan and Bob Stephenson The Maltman. bl Renlield Street. 9pm midnight. Free. Leading (ilasgow songstress. (The Circuit ) I John Rae Collective Curlers. By res Road. ‘)pm midnight. Free. ()ne ot the best of the younger modern bands. (The Circuit)
I Batchelors OlJazz The Rock. llyndland Road. 9pm midnight. Free. Tromboiiist leads a powerhouse of ( ilasgow talent. (The Circuit)
I Bill Kyle's Atlantic Bridge Metropolis. l)inmont Road. Shawlands. Upmvmidnight. Free. See 24th. (The Circuit)
I Scottish Trombone Ensemble The Village. ()l Kilmarnock Road. Shawlands. Upm~~midnight Free. (The Circuit)
I Bobby Wishart Quartet Abbotsford Inn. l3 Nithsdale Crescent. Bearsden. ()pm—midnight. Free. See 25th. (The Circuit)
I Fionna Duncan's Hot Five Cross Keys. 1 Station Road. Milngas ic.
‘lpm midnight. Free. See 34th. (The Circuit)
I Kit Carey‘s Jazz Band Masonic Arms. .\laiii Street.Coiidorrat. Cuiiibernauld.
‘lpm midnight. l-i'ee. Vocals and banjo from Klt. t'l'heCirciiit)
IJazz at the 147 Club.‘~ii Cheapeside Street. No entrance lee tor members. Membershipsayailable. ltlpm. Licensed till 3am. Trad Swing \enue has liye music.
I BlacktriarsJazz Blacklriai's Bar. 30 Bell Street. Merchant City. 553 5934. 0pm. Free. Tonight. Richmond/Fernandez Duo with Guests.
IJohn StreetJamlohn Street. 552 RStll . 9pm. Phone loi‘ tlL'titllS.
I De Quincey‘s "I
Relilieltl Street. .“3.“llli33. [Me (an. [3.31) 3pm.
I Carol Kidd and the Brass Section Mitchell l’lieatie. (il'.lll\llle Street. 331
3 NS Spin. LUSH. See .‘slltll.
I Humphrey Lyttleton and his Band KllltiollehCllll). lliigg;iit.(‘l_\de Stieet. Spin. tong Listing l'e\l\;tll\t\
I Heineken Late NightJazz Clubllospitality lnn. (‘aiiibridge Street. llpm. Tickets. subject to ayailal‘ility. £35”.
'l oiiiglit. house band 80b
guests Gordon Cruikshank Quartet. See :Sth.
I Scotbop/Gregor Clark Sextet Riy erside ( 'liib. l'ioX Street. oll Clyde Street. Some ot the newer groupings on the Scottish scene. (The Circuit l
I Duncan Whyte‘s Jazz
Band Carnegies. l‘)
‘)pm midnight. l'rce. l'l'lieCii'cuit)
I Batchelors QtJazz \Vootly ’s llar. Holiday
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lnn. Argyle Street. ‘lpin—midiiight. Free. See 29th. (The Circuit)
I Sophie Bancrott and Spike Wright‘l‘he Maltman. bl Renfield Street. 9pm~midnight Free. Fine young singer. (The Circuit)
I Saxmobite Curlers.
By res Road. ‘lpm-‘midiiight. Free. (The Circuit)
I Fat Sam's Band'l'he Rock. llyndland Road. 0pm midnight. Free. Swing and song. (The Circuit)
I George Penman's Jazzmen Metropolis. l)inmont Road. Sliawlaiids. 9pm midnight. Free. See Ibth. (The Circuit)
I Mike Hart's Society Syncopators The Village. bl ls'iliiiariioek Road. Shawlands.
9pm midnight. Free. See l-ltli. (‘l’lieCircuitl
I Kit Carey‘s Jazz Band Abbotstord Inn. 13 \ithsdale Crescent. Bearsden. l)pm midnight. Free. See 39th. (The Circuit)
I SPIth '88 Cross Keys. l Station Road. .‘ylilngay ie. 9pm midnight. Free. Hot Club with ieedsmaii l)ick [ .ec. (The ( ‘lreuit l
I Jimmy Feighan Quartet Masonic Arms. Main Street. ( ‘oiidorrat. ('umbcriiauld.
‘lpm midnight. Free. Saxman. ('l'heCireiiit)
I Jazz at the 147 Club 3H Clieapeslde Street. No entrance lee tor members. Memberships ay ailablc. lllpllt. licensed till 2am. Trad Sw ing \eniie has Iise bands.
I Blacktriars Jazz Blacklriars Bar. 3b Bell Street. Merchant City. 553 5024. 9pm. Free. Tonight. rich \ ariety and broad modern taste from Spike Bain and the Jazz Organics.
I John Street Jam John Street. 553 .‘Stll . 0pm. Phone for details.
I De Quincey's 71 Retilieltl Street. 333 003.“.
Peerless guitarist John McLaughlin plays the Pavilion
on the 29th in a trio tormat with bass and percussion. One 01 the creators of jazz rock and Indo jazz lusion. he continues his exploratory voyage on acoustic and
3—8ilflie—Fi—st :4 June — 7 July 1988