- Daymé Arocena: The Spirit of Young Cuba @ St Pancras Old Church
- RICHARD WILLIAMS on ‘To Pimp A Butterfly: The Shape Of Jazz To Come?
- WORK IN PROGRESS: Carleen Anderson’s ‘Cage Street Memorial’
- SONNY ROLLINS at Montreux + KYOTOGRAPHIE 015 + KYOTO JAZZ SEXTET
- COSMIC FLUSH PT. 2: FUTURA meets RAMMELLZEE
Tag Archives: racism
While echoes of Ferguson still resonate across Amerikkka and the rest of the globe Carleen Anderson, who originally hails from the deep south, has penned a poetic and moving reflection on this never ending cycle of violence. She is joined … Continue reading
Here’s a good story about Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald that I came across via Bob Wisdom’s Facebook… Back in the n the 1950s, the popular Mocambo nightclub on West Hollywood’s famous Sunset Boulevard applied the Jim Crow laws to … Continue reading