This is John Fenton’s music collection on Bandcamp.

John Fenton

  1. Auckland, New Zealand
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 126
  2. wishlist 23
  3. followers 17
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  1. Nafs at Peace
    by Jaubi
  2. Another Dance - 24bit/96kHz
    by Mike Nock Hamish Stuart Julien Wilson Jonathan Zwartz
  3. dream band
    by Alex Hitchcock
  4. The Possibility Of A New Work For Aquaserge
    by aquaserge
  5. Ustad Amjad Al Khan - Sarod
    by Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Zakir Hussain
  6. Systems Over-Ride
    by Andrea Keller / Wave Riders
    An extraordinary album - the shifting sands of Andrea Keller’s improvised music revealing wonder upon wonder
    by Sneak Peak! 1 Concert Track; Album to Follow
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. Closeness
    by Ellen Andrea Wang
  9. Jazz from the Underground Nightclubs of Aotearoa Vol. 6
    by Trioglodyte with Julien Dyne, Sean Martin-Buss, Kat Tomacruz & Parks
  10. School of Hard Knocks
    by Village of the Idiots
  11. Hoo Doo
    by Michael Cain
  12. Exiles
    by Steve Garden | Ivan Zagni
    Such beautiful expansive music and what a joy to undertake this journey. This is an immersive experience and the dreamscape unfolds in a filmic manner as mental pictures are thrown up and shaped by the sound.
  13. The Complete Hopbine '69
    by Tubby Hayes Quartet
  14. Jazz from the Underground Nightclubs of Aotearoa Vol. 5 - Devils Gate Outfit
    by Devils Gate Outfit
  15. Memorial
    by Ron Mathewson
  16. Kaleidoscope Of Rainbows: Live '75
    by Neil Ardley
  17. The Oracle: The Ron Mathewson Tapes Vol. 4
    by The Alan Cohen Big Band
    The Oracle The Oracle
    This is a rare treat. The London Jazz Scene of the 60s, 70s was extraordinary. An era of great charts, superb players and increasing innovation. This exudes a confidence and a scene reaching for its own unique voice.
  18. Warleigh Manor: The Ron Mathewson Tapes Vol. 1
    by Allan Holdsworth, Ray Warleigh, Ron Mathewson, Bryan Spring
  19. Solar Session
    by Ian Carr Double Quintet
    I am a big fan of Nucleus and Ian Carr, and nice to find it on the day I caught up with and interviewed Brian Smith, the saxophonist on this and other Nucleus albums. Some of the finest Jazz of this era.
  20. Decision
    by Jonathan Crayford Trio