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Stuart J Thomas

  1. Shrewsbury, UK
  2. Jazz
  1. collection 18
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  1. Nerve
    by Nerve
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    To Listen Is To Love To Listen Is To Love
  2. La Saboteuse
    by Yazz Ahmed
    00:00/00:00
    Jamil Jamal Jamil Jamal
  3. Child Of Somebody
    by Ross McHenry
    00:00/00:00
    Sketch Sketch
  4. FILL IT UP WITH GHOSTS
    by trioVD
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    RETURNS RETURNS
  5. Dark Territory
    by High Risk
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    Celine Celine
  6. Rise of Orion
    by Rudy Royston
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    Rise of Orion Rise of Orion
  7. NÉRIJA EP
    by NÉRIJA
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    The Fisherman The Fisherman
  8. Wisdom of Elders
    by Shabaka And The Ancestors
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    The Observer The Observer
  9. Connection
    by Empirical
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    The Two-Edged Sword The Two-Edged Sword
  10. Channel The Spirits
    by The Comet Is Coming
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    The Prophecy The Prophecy
  11. Fast Future
    by Donny McCaslin
    00:00/00:00
    Fast Future Fast Future
  12. Stretch Music
    by Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
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    Sunrise in Beijing (Feat. Elena Pinderhughes) Sunrise in Beijing (Feat. Elena Pinderhughes)
  13. Lest We Forget What We Came Here To Do
    by Sons Of Kemet
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    In Memory Of Samir Awad In Memory Of Samir Awad
  14. Black Light
    by John McLaughlin
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    Here Comes the Jiis Here Comes the Jiis
    Despite being in his 70s, John Mclaughlin unceasingly redefines and pushes the boundaries of improvisational music. Black Light continues where Now Hear This left off, mixing synthesised sounds with Indian influenced rhythms and jazz improvisation. The quartet all demonstrate such fluency on their instruments that they make these complicated, intricate compositions, appear effortless. Long time Mclaughlin fans will also welcome hearing him on the acoustic guitar, for the first time in a while.
  15. A Form of Truth
    by Mark Guiliana
    00:00/00:00
    You're My Hero You're My Hero
  16. Family First
    by Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet
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    The Importance of Brothers The Importance of Brothers
    Mark Guiliana's drumming is both solid and yet flamboyant and exciting, on this album he leads an acoustic band who match his versatility and imagination. This album marks something of a departure from Guiliana's earlier projects, which have often seen him working with electronic sounds, whilst Guiliana appears here in a more traditional jazz setting his personality and unique touch on the kit is still very much in evidence.
  17. Distant Oceans
    by Ross McHenry
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    Intercosmos Intercosmos
  18. Incarnate
    by Josh Maxey
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    Introduction Introduction