take over from 4.30-6.30pm. and the Parade Bands will again be out in the streets (see Sat 18).
I Sunday Jan in the Grassmarket The Grassmarket. Noon—6pm. Free. Art afternoon of open air jazz as part of the Old Town Festival. featuring Hung Drawn Duartet, Edinburgh Jazz Orchestra, lochwinnoch People’s Carnival Orchestra, Fionna Duncan and llor Trio and Liz McEwan Duartet.
I Duck Fat Tron Jazz Cellar. Tron Tavern & Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3 (£2). The nutritionists say it's not good for us. but bass player Lindsay Cooper is out to prove them wrong with his latest concoction. which promises to bring fusion and crossover ittto even greater disrepute (his description. not mine). He is aided and abetted by Steve Meeker (sax) attd Alan Pendreigh (drutns). plus a couple of guests. Hoi Sin sauce. anyone?
TUESDAY 20 i
I Jean Mundell Duintet Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56—58 Fountainbridge. 228 3111. 7.30pm. No cover charge for diners; phone for reservations. Traditional and mainstream.
WEDNESDAY 21 Edinburgh
I Toni Koti Tron Jazz Cellar. Tron Tavern & Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £4 (£3). Scottish debut for this saxman from Nottingham. who studied at Berklee College and played for a time in the seminal Jazz Wartiors big band and with the hugely successful US-3 band. but is now concentrating on developing his own music. He isjoined for the occasion by the Brian Kellock Trio. I Fat Sam’s Band Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56~58 Fountainbridge. 228 3111. 8pm. No cover charge for diners: phone for reservations. Swing and jump-jive.
THURSDAY 22 Edinburgh
I Baby lsaac Fat Sam's Down Town Diner. 56-58 Fountainbridge. 228 3111. 7.30pm. No cover charge for diners: phone for reservations. Blues merchants.
FRIDAY 23 Edinburgh
I Jessica Lauren La Belle Angele. Hastie‘s Close. 231 Cowgate. 225 2774. llpm—3ant; band onstage lam. See preview.
I Desert Island Jazz CCA. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 0522. 2pm. £2 (£1). By way of a taster for the Glasgow Jazz Festival. the CCA has assembled a panel ofjazz experts to select and talk about their favourite slices of recorded jazz. Participants are Festival Director Derek Gortnan. BBC‘s David Sillars.
Brian Morton of Scotland on Sunday. and The Lisr‘s very own Kenny Mathieson.
I Sandy Taylor and James Flynn Jazz Brunch. Pizza Express. 151 Queen Street. . . . . . 2—5pm. No cover charge for diners. but phone for reservations (programme may be subject to change). Pianist Sandy Taylor links up with singer James Flynn. I Live Jan Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 1010. l—3pm. Free. To be confirmed — check with venue.
3 I The Harry Convict Jr Band Tron Jazz
, Cellar. Tron Tavern & Ceilidh House.
‘ Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3
; (£2). 1 don‘t know what thesejazz musicians are taking these days. but it‘s sure doing funny things to their hand names. Lurking behind the stripes here is an eight-piece led by pianist Alan Coady. with the likes ofJimmy Woods (sax). Donald Corbett (trumpet) and Wendy Weatherby (vocals) for company.
: I Capital Jazz Band Fat Sam’s Down Town Diner. 56--58 Fonntainbridge. 228
3111. 7.30pm. No cover charge for diners:
phone for reservations. Traditional jazz.
- I Liz McEwan Tron Jazz Cellar. Trott Tavern 62: Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3 (£2). lvlainstream jazz singer Liz Meliwan drummed tip a full house at this venue earlier in the year. so it's no real surprise that she is back again. No details yet on her band (an all- star local outfit is promised) or material
(her last show was a themed tribute to
; Peggy Lee).
I Fat Sam’s Band Fat Sam's Down Town
j Diner. 56—58 Fountainbridge. 228 3111.
5 Rpm. No cover charge for diners; phone
! for reservations. Swing and jump-jive.
I Kings of the Wild Frontier i—‘at Sam's
228 311 1. 7.30pm. No cover charge for diners; phone for reservations. Blues trio.
I Sophie Bancroft and Gina nae La Belle
7 Angele. H‘astie‘s Close. off Cowgate. 225 2774. 8pm. £4. A lightly textured.
sophisticated mixture ofjazz. pop and
: beyond from this Edinburgh-based
j singing duo.
I Burt-MacDonald Duartet Behind the
‘ Wall. Melville Street. 8.30pm. Free. A
rare modern jazz gig in Falkirk. featuring this band co-led by guitarist George Burt
and saxophonist RAymond MacDonald. with Lindsay Cooper on bass and Alan Pendrcigh on drums.
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45 The List 16-29 Jun 1995
Dates listed below are for one-oil shows: see separate section for residencies. Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least one week before publication. Folk and World listings compiled by llorman Chalmers.
FRIDAY 15 .
I Weekly Ceilidh Dance The Ferry. Clyde Place. 9pm. £6 (£4). Tickets at the venue or in advance frotn the Ticket Centre. Candleriggs. 227 5511.
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. offClyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. music at 9pm. £5.
I naggle Taggle Gypsies Scruffy
' Murphy's. George [V Bridge. 225 1681.
I Gaberlunzie Bellshill Cultural Centre. Bellshill. 8pm. £4 (£3). 1nformation 01698 267 515. Veteran Scottish folk entertainers
I Ceilidh Dance Riverside. Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144. Doors open 8pm. music at 9pm. £5.
I Drop the Box Scotia Bar. Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30pm. Free. Vital vocals in a rootsy north-east band sound.
I Tron Folk Club Tron Ceilidh House. Hunter Square. 220 1550. 8.30pm. £3. Celtic folk/rock frotn Clava.
MONDAY 19 . .
Glasgow I Ceilidh Dance Class Riverside Club.
| Fox Street. off Clyde Street. 248 3144.
Down Town Diner. 56—58 l~'ountainbridge. 7.30-10pm. £3. Bar. Regular caller Karin
Ingram. and accordionist Freeland Barbour.
Glasgow I Music Village Concert Bishoploch
Hall. Bishoploch Road. Easterhouse. 7.30pm. Information 771 9368. Itachn khan. Zarsanga. Multan dancers and Sindi music and song. See Glasgow. Sat 24.
I DID Na Gael Scotia Bar. Stockwell
Street. 552 8681. 9pm. Free. Great all-
women band of rootsy Celts.
I Ralph Blizard Strathclyde Arts Centre. Washington Street. 7.30—9.30pm. £4. (£1.50) Information 636 1450. Master Appalachian mountain ‘long-bow‘ fiddler from East Tennessee with his own band. the New Southern Ramblers.
I Edinburgh Folk Club Pleasance Cabaret Bar. 60 The Pleasance. 8pm. £4 (£3). New album 'And So It Goes' front English guitar virtuoso and songwriter Steve Tilston here with regular partner. flute player Maggie Boyle. a great singer (she’s performed with the Chieftains) of Irish trad and contemporary song.
I Four Brothers La Belle Attgele. Hastie's Close. Cowgate. Concert canceHed.
THURSDAY 22. .
I New Dawn Folk Club Glasgow Press Club. 94 West Regent Street. 332 1674. 8pm. Tickets vary £3——£5. Veteran acoustic guitar spellbinder and blues enthusiast Wizz Jones.
FRIDAY 23- . -
I Music Village Concert Tramway. 25 Albert Drive. 227 5511. 7.30pm. Soung Fakirs. Urs Bhatti. Misiri Jogi and Quawaali song from Zarsanga. See Glasgow. Sat 24.
I Ramblin’ Jack Elliott Strathclyde Suite. Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. 1
' Sauchiehall Street. Ticketlink 227 5511.
8pm. £10.50. The original hobo folksinging guitarist. Friend of Woody. partner of Bob. Now sixty fottr and still pickin’. (I/(Ixemr I’rt/k I't's‘lil‘tl/
I Alterhours (7.30pm): Jaleo/David Allison (10pm). Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. Ticketlink 227 5511. liach concert £7 (£5). A four piece. after a few personnel changes. Afterhours ltas over the years worked through the pttb touring circuit to become one of the top performing Irish instrumental—and-song bands. Later. Jaleo. ttow well known in Glasgow. spontaneously re-crealc the true
. ﬂamenco spirit in guitar music. song and
: dance. High quality musicianship. l discipline and playful improvisation are
derived from the quintet's authentic roots in Seville. 1n support. David Allison is one of Scotland‘s few original stylists on the guitar. On both electric and acoustic he reveals a lyrical sensibility. Glasgow
I Win Jones is the man whom Clapton admires and who has, over a long career,
played with everyone on the British blues scene irom Long John Baldry to Alexis ltorner and even Rod Stewart, gives a Glasgow Folk Festival concert with songwriter
Allan Taylor and their respective sons.