moochin’ about on bandcamp…

Now you can download and order all your favourite Moochin’ About tunes,through the Moochin’ Bandcamp site… not only will you be able to pay less for your favourite ditty’s, you will be able to download them as WAV files, for a higher quality uncompressed sound…! with more digital releases coming, its definitely worth setting up…

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David amram collection Reviewed by Jack Kenny…

DAVID AMRAM – David Amram’s Classic American Film Scores 1956-2016 Moochin’ About MOOCHIN 09 This is a five CD collection box from the multi-instrumentalist, composer and author David Amram which brings together tracks from seven of his film scores and two Broadway plays covering sixty years. The accompanying hundred-page booklet has been written by Amram and…

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So Long Jeanne…

So long Jeanne… So sad to hear cover star to 2 Moochin’ About releases (The New wave I & The New Wave II) and Femme Fatale of French New Wave, Jeanne Moreau has died at the age of 89… she featured in 5 films covered in the Jazz On Film series… Les Liaisons dangereuses, Bay…

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So long Frank…

So long Frank… Its with great sadness to announce the death of Mr Frank Rouledge at the age of 91… Frank was a founding member and guitarist of Bats Heath & The Vampires, The 5 Nutters and The Fabulous Fred Heath Band… Frank was very influential in the early career of Freddie Heath, not only…

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BEAT, SQUARE & COOL…NEW EDITION COMING SOON…!

To all of you who’ve been getting in touch asking when Moochin’ About’s critically acclaimed Beat, Square & Cool boxset, will be back in print…. Well, the good news is, it will be available again later this year.. and the even better news, it will include an extra disc, with 2 extra remastered soundtracks…plus a…

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Alice coltrane’s rare concert harp solo performance released 30 years on for record store day…

On the 23rd of October 1987 in Warsaw, Poland at the  Jazz Jamboree festival, Alice Coltrane played an improvised harp solo that lasted over 9 minutes.   The harp belonged to harpist Anna Faber.  It was made in Russia she had acquired it in a most unusual barter;bags of white potatoes in exchange for a Russian pedal harp.  Anna, said the…

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