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Canterbury Tribute
Latest News - Concert News
Tuesday, 10 October 2006

A Tribute to two legendary musicians associated with the Canterbury Scene will be held on Sunday 29 October commencing at 5pm at The Vortex Jazz Club, 11 Gillett Street, London N16 8JH  (http://www.vortexjazz.co.uk/coming-soon.html)

The evening entitled Elton Dean Night promises to be an un missable gig to celebrate the life, music and friendships of the much-loved saxophonist Elton Dean, (a long-standing Vortex supporter), who died in February 2006. There will also be a special set to celebrate the music & memory of Pip Pyle featuring Fred Baker, Gail Brand, Paul Dunmall, Jim Dvorak, Mark Fletcher, Tony Levin, Alex Maguire, Phil Miller, Evan Parker, Simon Picard, Howard Riley, Paul Rogers and Mark Sanders.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 October 2006 )
Jadis final gigs 2006
Latest News - Concert News
Tuesday, 10 October 2006
The band will be playing a show in Southampton on Friday 24th November, this will be the last UK gig this year, although the band are currently arranging a tour for Spring 2007. Details as follows :
Talking Heads
Friday 24th November

They are also playing in Helmond, Holland, the night after. This will be the ONLY date in mainland Europe, details below :
Saturday 25th November
Advance tickets for this show can be purchased via the outlets : www.ticketmaster.nl and www.plato.helmondweb.nl

These gigs will feature new session bass player Andy Marlow. The band will also include Giulio Risi on keyboards, Steve Thorne on 2nd guitar and backing vox, Steve Christey, drums and Gary Chandler, lead guitar and vox.. Steve Thorne will be opening for us on both nights and will be showcasing some of the new material from his album Emotional Creatures - Part 2, which will be available Feb / March '07.
Plans for an extensive tour in early Spring 2007 are also being arranged.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 October 2006 )
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic
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Monday, 09 October 2006

Notes from the Mesozoic
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic Fall News


Extreme Spirituals is a unique and moving collaboration between Birdsongs of the Mesozoic and Atlanta-based African-American spiritual singer Oral Moses. Cuneiform will release the debut recording of this work in September 2006. Oral Moses is internationally known for his extensive repertoire of spirituals and art songs, and for his striking bass-baritone voice. Extreme Spirituals includes live and processed vocals by Moses with innovative instrumental arrangements by Birdsongs. Upcoming live performances of Extreme Spirituals include:

Sat 14 Oct: Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT (860-232-1006)
www.realartways.org 8pm, $8 advance/$12 door

Sun 15 Oct: Forsyth Chapel at historic Forest Hills Cemetery, 95 Forest Hills Ave, Boston, MA (617-524-3354)
www.foresthillstrust.org 4pm, $10. Reservations recommended.

Fri 10 Nov Kennesaw State University, Marietta GA
Members of Birdsongs will also speak on 9 Nov at a conference on African-American spirituals.


(Cuniform records) 

Last Updated ( Monday, 09 October 2006 )
Djam Karet projects
Latest News - Music News
Monday, 09 October 2006

Cuniform records has this to say on Djam KAret:

Summer is upon us here in Southern California and it is really hot! We've had some time to reflect and consider new projects for the coming year. The following are 3 all new recording projects we plan on creating for possible release in 2007:

Djam Karet/RICHARD PINHAS COLLABORATION: We have been huge fans of this man's pioneering work for over 20 years. Tracks have been exchanged between us and we are beginning work on a project that will meld the outer limits of analog synths and digital sound processing, and what we all consider music.

NEW Djam Karet CD: Where is the DK sound going? What is the next step? There have been lots of undercurrents and new lands explored during the last few releases that will be brought to the forefront in the next release. What is progressive rock if it does not evolve into the future? We are also considering filming a live performance in our studio, to help make this a unique CD/DVD package.

NEW DK/FILM MAKERS COLLABORATION DVD: We are also starting to work on a DVD collaboration project with numerous film makers from around the world. These are today's top indie art/experimental film directors who have been shaping the world of film/video for many years. We will be sending them new DK music and they'll have total freedom to make whatever visual images the music inspires them to create.

Enjoy your Indian Summer, stay tuned for future updates, and watch out for the Baku!

There is also new music posted on www.DjamKaret.com - you just have to find it. MP3's are posted there for "The Shattering Sky" and "Voodoo Chases The Muse". Search around, there is much to discover. Enjoy!


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