Jazz Extras
Last updated Tuesday April 13, 2021 at 09:00:19

 

This is the page where items that don't fit into the Main Menu categories reside
 

 Latest additions/changes are always at the top

 
  1. Whatever Happened To - latest - The Stockyard Ramblers
  2. Your Favourite Album - if it's on Spotify, I can share it, let me know.
  3. Lockdown Photographs - Archive Photographs several have arrived
  4. RememberingTributes to those no longer with us - latest : John Beaumont
  5. Jazz Quizzes - Something to help pass the hours away during Coronavirus
  6. Just Jazz Magazine - The British Traditional Jazz Magazine
  7. Jazz Promoters - Get to know more about the people who make it happen
  8. The Long Road Journey with Bob Burns and his Saxophone
  9. The Lost Tapes - Some cassette tapes uploaded following a clearout
  10. My First Musical Instrument - A place to tell us about yours
  11. Deps Available - Jazz musicians available. (latest - Richard Knock, clarinet  added)
  12. Guest Musicians With North West Bands - Brian Legan - latest 'Milton Batiste'
  13. Andrew Liddle writes ... About jazz musicians, promoters and venues
  14. Tom Culbert - My Life in Jazz (1962-2019)
  15. Discussion Pages - Items that developed into a discussion (latest - Scruffy dress)
  16. Public Liability Insurance for Bands - Where can you get it?
  17. Wants & Sales Page - Items wanted or for sale,  latest - Banjo
  18. Limerick - Budding poets writing limerick lines, don't call us, we'll call you
  19. Influences. The people who  influenced today's musicians
  20. Who is who?  Can you add names to this picture
  21. Flee as a bird to the mountain A BBC play we can all relate to I'm sure
  22. Videos on YouTube and elsewhere - latest - videos uploaded by Graham Martindale
  23. A Medley for Lockdown - Well known NW pianist Derek Harrison entertains.
  24. Trevor & Phil remember their time with the Blue Magnolia Jass orchestra
  25. Memories of VE Day 1995 Sent in by Sam Wood.
  26. Spotlight  on an ex-pat - Bert Thompson from Dundee
  27. Sketches of NW musicians from the 60s & 70s (Updated) sent in by Tony Babington
  28. Sheila Collier - Portrait of a Muaician
  29. Savannah @ 40 - The 40 years of The Savannah Jazz Band
  30. Nostalgia - Some membership cards and programmes from past times
  31. 9 Rare & Classic CDs - Coming up soon as part of Fred's clearout
  32. What they said - About the Crane River Jazz Band
  33. 40 years of Savannah - The band celebrates their 40th Anniversary
  34. Remembering the old Jazz Clubs - Alan Pearce sends in his old membership cards
  35. ODJB came to the UK - The late Pete Vickers' tries to track down press coverage in 1919
  36. In aid of the Alzheimers Soc.  - A couple of CDs by buskers Higham & Hogarth
  37. The Best CD I ever Bought - Let me know which is your favourite
  38. Alex Clarke - The life story of an 18 year old musician!
  39. The daft things punters say - From an idea by Ian Royle
  40. Traditional Jazz in the NW - The story behind the videos
  41. Early Jazz in the UK - Peter Vickers digs into the newspaper archives
  42. Zenith 6. A somewhat amusing press cutting
  43. Memories - One man's memory of a life of work and jazz, it all started in Preston
  44. Doom & Gloom - Now on it's 8th revival
  45. Donate your record collections - to The National Jazz Archive
  46. A Key Aspect of Singing - Why is it that some of the best are called Sue
  47. Lost & Found - The hunt for Carl Thompson
  48. Showbands & All The Jazz - An autobiography by Des Hopjins
  49. Sue Reid on CD - A super CD for only £5. Take a listen
  50. Cornet Player wanted - Beginner welcome. Ormskirk/Southport/Preston area
  51. Mart's Party - Mart Rodger's 70th Birthday plus an interview just before his 80th 
  52. King of New Orleans - Ron Cassidy’s latest book
  53. Net Coincidence - Interesting  things that happen on the net, jazz and other things
  54. The Mad Blower - a humorous account of  music by the seaside by Ian Royle
  55. Barber-Colyer split - Barrie Marshall finds articles in Melody Maker 22/05/1954
  56. Just another gig - A journey home through the floods of Cumbria 2015
  57. Panama Jazzband at 60 - A history of the Original Panama Jazz Band
  58. Fred's Jazz Map - Find the venues on a map, useful if you are new to the area
  59. Jazz Guide - Subscribe to the UK's best "What's On" Traditional Jazz Mag.
  60. Jenks's Paintings - Some familiar portraits of  friends in the jazz world
  61. Reminiscing - Latest addition, The Strawbury Duck & Morecambe Boys
  62. Jazz Jottings- Some inspired thinking from John Muskett
  63. Around the N.W. Jazz Clubs - A series of jaunts, by Dr. Andrew Liddle
  64. Bio Discographies - Those OTHER New Orleans Musicians by Brian Legan
  65. Lou Levy Band - With Freddie Moore at  79 years of age 
  66. The Hotspur What's it got to do with jazz? Check it out.
  67. Nat's Trumpet & Clarinet - Derek Brown & Nick Balmforth with two stories
  68. Doctor Jazz - A poem by Nick Balmforth
  69. Pen Portraits - read about your local musicians and jazz promoters
  70. Cork Jazzfest 1994 - Some clips by Graham Martindale (updated 15/10/12)
  71. Politically Incorrect Lyrics - Ian Royle starts a thread of lyrics that can cause problems
  72. RAF Padgate - Were you there? Did you play in the band?  
  73. The Story of New Orleans - A new book by Manchester's Ron Cassidy
  74. OKOM - What does it mean to you?
  75. Skiffle - Was it part of the jazz scene?
  76. Gobsmacked! - Sue Parish take time out to recognise the work done on this site
  77. The Jitterbug - Learn how to dance it. Mart Rodger shows you how
  78. Special Offer - See the historical "Sweeping The Blues Away" Book details
  79. Whitewater Blues - A Just Jazz article about Jazzy Joan & Eric Lawton
  80. All About Jazz - A great book of jazz cartoons for fans and musicians
  81. Web Site Support - A letter sent out to all musicians and promoters on this site in 2003
  82. Tuition, Courses & Workshops - Looking for traditional jazz tuition?
  83. Life after Katrina - NW drummer, Dave Moore, talks to Shannon Powell
  84. Manchester Sports Guild. - A series of articles by Jack Swinnerton about the MSG
  85. A Success Story - A Must Read for all Jazz Promoters. - Boston Spa Jazz Club
  86. Chords On Line - Looking for chords, this page could possibly help
  87. A Trip to New Orleans - in fact one of several., a musicians dream by Pete Vickers
  88. Straw boaters and striped blazers - How did it all start?
  89. Down Under - Tony West & Dennis Armstrong together in Australia
  90. Mad For Trad - Gordon Hughes thanks creator Eddie Simpson
  91. Grants for Jazz - Some success stories
  92. 50 years ago - Tony & Beryl Davis celebrate their Golden Wedding
  93. Art Deco Music Festival - The event in Stanley Park, Blackpool, and what went into it
  94. Another Milestone - Barry Aldous celebrates his 70th Birthday in style
  95. Competition - Who where and When? Can you recognise the musicians?
  96. Working Man's Blues - Joe Oliver's Lead Sheet.
  97. Doggeral in Db - An ode to Mart Rodger M/cr Jazz, more than 21 years at Didsbury CC.
  98. NFJO Royal Festival Hall Concert - An unusual twist
  99. Joe Silmon - The Making, Breaking and Repair of a British Jazzman
  100. Another banjo story - Well I'll be Plucked!
  101. The New Entertainment License - A page to discuss and share the problems
  102. 10th Avenue J.B. Visit the N.W. A letter from America
  103. Last night at the John O'Gaunt for Landlord Steve Thorn, the Jazzer's best friend
  104. Keith Hockin retires - A tribute from Dick & Jackie Chapman
  105. Who's a plonker then? - Tales of banjos and banjo players
  106. N.W. Jazz Clubs - Find out what's on at some of the North West's top venues
  107. The Manchester Connection - Jazz in Ireland by Des Hopkins
  108. The Funeral of Randy Colville - An account by Joe Silmon
  109. An American View - Read about the 10th Ave Jazz band's trip to the North West
  110. The Saints Jazz Band - Reproduced from Just Jazz Magazine
  111. Jazz meets Jazz - Two musicians meet in extraordinary circumstances
  112. Blue Mags on TV - Your chance to see them again in slow motion
  113. When we were young - Remember when it was like this?
  114. Feedback - Can you help keep this site updated
  115. A Wind Up? - Traditional Jazz is the banal theme tune for every lost cause 
  116. Lillian Boutté A Pen Portrait
  117. 'A visit o'er ome' - Trevor Hodgson (clt) tells of his musical trip to Lancaster
  118. Exploring Early Jazz - A new book from Australia
  119. New Life Member - For the Merseysippi Jazz Band
  120. A Day in the life of a Jazz Band - Keith Allcock
  121. A Day in New York - Brian Gordon, there on 11th September
  122. Tales of Woe - Three Jazz Stories from Bert Schroeder
 

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