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Candleriggs. 9.15pm. Free. Salsa and funk.
I Russell Cowieson Ouintet Tron Theatre Bar. Pamie Street. 9.30pm. Free. Exciting youngjazz band. led by ex-SYJO saxman.
I Jazzamba! Bell Street and Candleriggs. See Sat '1
I Betty Carter CANCELLED.
I Bobby Oeans Big Band The Fruitmarket. Albion Street. lpm. Free. A nice idea. this. Deans leads a local big band in a tribute to the music of Duke Ellington to launch the last day of the festival. and it won’t cost you anything to hear it. Deserves a good turn-out. I Clandemonium! The Ramshom Church. Ingram Street. 2pm. £5 day ticket. Day two features a number of visitors from south of the border. with John Burgess and Tom Bancroft at 2pm. John Telier and Adam Brent at 3pm. percussionist Steve and saxophonist Julian’s eponymous band Arguelles at 5pm. the mighty Tom Bancroft Orchestra at 7pm. and the anarchic splendour of guitarist Billy Jenkins’s Voice of God Collective at
The racial prejudice which prevented llina Simone from becoming a concert pianist sent her into an often stormy life as a popular singer, drawing on blues and jazz. ller standing has vacillated dramatically in a roller-coaster career, but the revival of her 50s hit “My Baby Just Cares For Me’ in 1987 pitched her back into the international arena as a major, if notoriously unreliable, draw. let‘s all hope she is on a good night.
Concert Hall, Wed 7, 8pm. STOP PRESS: SHOW CANCELLED
Grossman also has an
9pm impressive pedigree. The
I Jackie McLean Sextet, Brits need no ' Steve Gimaﬂ Quartet, introduction. and their l Bonnie Scott Group and diverse approaches
Tommy SITTIII'I'S Forward complete a wide-ranging
Motion The Fruitmarket. stylistic survey. squeezed
Albion Street. 7pm. £l0. into a single concert. I
I Como-llo Princes Square. Buchanan Street. 2pm. Free. Salsa. in a wann-up for the ﬁnal fling tonight.
I Como-llo M. U. Basement Jazz Club at
Dressing-room space is going to be at a premium for this evening chock-full of largely bop-based saxophone artistry from four distinguished practitioners. Alto man
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Jackie McLean (see preview). who has not been heard much in these parts. is likely to arouse the greatest interest. but the rather younger
The 13th Note. Glassford
. Street. 9.30pm. £5. lfyou
still have the energy. this lively salsa band will help you see out the festival in vibrant fashion.
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The inimitable Ilenneto Pascoal will bring a huge,
colouriul splash of Brazilian rhythmic vitality to the heart of Glasgow with his percussion-based E Crupo. A huge influence on Brazilian music over several decades now, llenneto’s intense dedication , is reflected in the commitment and energy invested I ACCESS in the show. This man has to be seen live to ‘ capture the full savour — recordings give only a
The Fruitmarket, Fri 9—Sat 10, 10pm.
all tickets are available from:
I The Ticket Centre Candleriggs. 041 227 55] l. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm; Sun noon—5pm (lines open Mon—Sat 9am-9pm; Sun noon—5pm). Fax requests on 04] 227 5016.
I All Ticketllnk Outlets.
I Oueen’s Hall Box Office
Clerk Street. Edinburgh. 03] 668 2019. The Fruitmarket. Ramshom Church and Hutcheson's
Hall concerts only.
Concessions will be
available to students.
U840 holders and OAPs on production of
Q photographic proof of status.
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facilities to make access easier for disabled people. Contact venue directly for
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