JAM SESSION REVIEW, 10th July

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One of the smallest jams in memory, but a marvellous session from pianist Dan Ossher, Double bassist Dave Taylor, and (drum roll...) Martin Clifton playing out of his skin. When the rest of us shut up and let them get on with it, as classy as it gets. Not sure if jam sessions should exist in this rarefied air, but maybe once in a while, in the hope it rubs off...

Good stuff also from Pete Macevski, on bass, yet again. This week sees the return, (hopefully) of Captain Covid (that's him on the left) who will guide the newbie to a spot in his usual suave manner.


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