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Jazz Cafe London

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Where's The Jazz?

Since when did Victor Sylvester, Vera Lynn, Gracie Fields and just about everybody else on this album have anything to do with jazz? Max Bygraves?? Gilly Gilly Ossencrapper?? Somehow I don't see Charlie Kunz as the British Thelonius Monk. Or Montovani as the European Duke Ellington. Larry Adler had the distinction of doing Rhapsody in Blue on harmonica back in the twenties and proving what a virtuoso performer he was and, to be honest, there is a lot of talent represented here. But it aint jazz and it don't light my fire.

saving the nations grace

nice to listen to this collection as some moments in time, almost lost. Is it Jazz? who cares? jazz to me is about defining an atmoshpere, transending catagories.


No - it's not jazz. It's not meant to be. It's music that was played in the Jazz Cafe London - that's the jazz link. The place was bombed in the blitz but carried on with performances. That's why Vera Lynn et al are featured on the album. It's an album about the place and the time - not the music style.

Jazz Cafe London
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 15 September 2005

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