This is leedelta’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Jazz
  1. collection 50
  2. wishlist 3
  3. followers 2
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  1. Forget To Remember - Live Vol.2: 1970
    by The Ray Russell Sextet featuring Harry Beckett
  2. The EP
    by The Interceptors
  3. Fang It!
    by Gwyn Ashton
  4. Station Midi
    by The Tommy Halferty Trio
  5. Free Flight: The Ron Mathewson Tapes Vol. 3
    by The Tubby Hayes Quartet
  6. Spontaneous Event - Live Vol.1: 1967-69
    by The Ray Russell Quartet
    by Nubya Garcia
  8. Rogha Raelach Volume 1
    by Raelach Records
  9. Scaoil Amach an Pocaide - Live in Spiddal
    by Tony MacMahon & Steve Cooney
  10. Comin' Home
    by The Mary Stokes Band
  11. Bebop Christmas
    by Niels Jørgen Steen Quintet
    Jingle Bells Jingle Bells
  12. Will You Make My Soup Hot & Silver
    by Carsten Dahl Trio
    Take Five Take Five
  13. Simplicity
    by Carsten Dahl Trio
  14. Montmartre 1964
    by Dexter Gordon
    Manha De Carnival Manha De Carnival
  15. Drew Zingg
    by Drew Zingg
  16. Trio Komorního Jazzu
    by Jaromír Hnilička, Roman Pokorný, Juraj Kalasz
    appears in 1 other collection
  17. Eldorado
    by Roman Pokorny
    Dirty Radio Dirty Radio
    i have noticed that track 10 skips a little at the start. Even on the sample file. Just a FYI.
  18. Retroscope (2020)
    by Uffe Steen, Thomas Sejthen & Jesper Bo Knudsen
    Walkon (orig) Walkon (orig)
    Uffe is just a class act. All his albums are worth picking up. If you prefer his more Jazzy side I recommend the Jens Jefsen cd Kiss My Jazz or the birthday album in Montmarte club. If you prefer the Blues side try his albums with Blues Junction and Shades of Blue.
  19. first to step out of the picture
    by Patrick Horgan
    Desert Blues Desert Blues
    A nice variety of styles from Pat on this record. The Spanish influence pops up in a few instances either by the use of his old trusty acoustic or via wordplay. I have heard a few of the tracks in his live sets, so it is great to have them collected on cd.
  20. You and I Would Surely Meet
    by Hank Wedel and Open Kitchen 1992-1996
    Easier Said Than Done? Easier Said Than Done?
    The live tracks have the rough and ready feel of a good night out.