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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

A Decade of Dune

Piopneering British jazz label Dune Records, founded by Anglo-Jamaican Gary Crosby, celebrates its 10th year this year with new music featuring several of its stellar artists

From saxophonist Denys Baptiste comes Anansi:Reunion, a suite inspired by and expounding on the Anansi stories of West African origin. The suite features storyteller Jan Blake.

Then transplanted American trumpeter Abram Wilson (New Orleans-born, London resident)teams up with Jazz Jamaica All-Stars, the London Community Gospel Choir and Jamaica's own Ernie Ranglin, Marjorie Whylie and Myrna Hague for Roll Jordan Roll and Tighten Up.
go to www.dune-music.com for more details

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