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  ::                     - WHAT'S RATTLIN' ? -                    ::
  ::       The Weekly Digest for Canterbury Music Addicts         ::
  ::                         Issue # 151                          ::
  ::                   Monday, March 13th, 2000                   ::
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Due to my recent change of internet provider, both my e-mail address and Calyx website URL have changed.

From now on, please write to:

CALYX is now located at:

The Canterbury Discography is now located at:

The site has undergone an extensive redesign and is hopefully easier to browse around. Suggestions welcome, as always!



Q: Collective credits suggest that the creative process which led to the new music was very much based on group jamming and sharing of ideas. Can you shed some light on this? Under what circumstances was the new material generated? In your case, did you bring ideas you had created on your own?

A: Much of the music did originate in jamming. We had several days of just playing in a rehearsal studio jamming and trying out different musical ideas. We recorded these on walkmans and went away to see which bits we liked. When we met up again, we jammed more and worked on bits of previous jams we liked. Everything was pretty open. We actually continued the jamming whilst recording and Infinitea and parts of The Invisible Temple were spontaneous jams in the studio. There were some pieces that were largely pre-prepared. Foolfare was a melody line Daevid already had. I just added sax harmonies. Magdalene was very much Didier's melody and idea, that was fleshed out by Mike and Chris‚ groove and Daevid's vocal ideas. Tali's Song was already a finished song. Yoni on Mars was a piece I had written and recorded as an instrumental prior to my involvement with Gong. I thought it would work well with what Gilli does, so I offered it for the album and the band liked it. Gilli came up with some good ideas for it and it ended up how you hear it...

Q: Didier only plays on the first three tracks on the album, after which you take centre stage. This suggests you're taking over from Didier on a more or less permanent basis. However there's some nice interaction on those tracks and it was nice hearing you both on the Nancy gig. I understand Didier will still guest on occasion, so are you willing to develop that dual sax thing a little bit further?

A: Didier is actually only on tracks 2 and 3. On track 1, I play all four sax parts. Things are flexible as regards Didier and me. On the dates coming up, we are both playing on some gigs and just I'm playing on some. There may be gigs where he plays and I don't. I'll probably be doing more than him this year though. I enjoyed playing with Didier in Nancy and in the studio also. I think he approaches music from a different angle to me, which is interesting for me. He also plays all those great instruments from other cultures like Doudouk etc. Doing the 'dualling banjos' two-sax thing is great fun, and I will enjoy playing with Didier when it happens.

Q: Your career so far has been rooted in your jazz activities as a leader,
but has always included forays into different genres, notably rock/pop. How does Gong fit into what I would guess you see as a continuous learning process? What aspects of your playing does this particular musical context help to develop?

A: Yes my musical activities have been mainly jazz and as band leader, but over the last few years I‚ve involved in more art-rock, progressive, experimental, ambient and free musics. The freeform Marshall Travis Wood album and tour got rave reviews from some progressive music press such as the excellent Expose magazine from the USA. My ambient band Cipher released an album last year which is not jazz. We just got an amazing review in Progression magazine from the US which is quite prog‚ based I understand. Also there's been the tour with Steve Jansen, Mick Karn, Richard Barbieri and Steven Wilson, and the work with Porcupine Tree and Bass Communion etc. It's interesting because before I ever got into jazz, as a young teenager, the music I was heavily into was late Beatles ("Revolver" onwards), early Pink Floyd (up to "Animals"), King Crimson, Yes  (up to "Going for the One"), Traffic etc., and now I'm involved in playing music in Gong, that is more closely related to that music than jazz, so its like I‚m going back to my musical roots.  Playing with Gong therefore feels very natural to me. I think the musical context probably helps develop my writing / improvising / keyboard playing as much as my sax/flute playing. Also I haven't done that much writing with songwriters in the past. I think there are special skills in co-writing with others in a band situation, and these have been flexed and hopefully developed during the writing / recording of Zero to Infinity.

Q: The song "Bodilingus" is said to derive from an original idea by you. Could you further explain the concept of "body language"?

A: Yes. That track came from a groove idea Mike and I had. We recorded the rhythm track and Daevid tried different lyric ideas and general concepts for the song. It wasn't really happening, so I went home and demo'd a complete song based on the rhythm track, with a specific lyric idea, vocals and a chorus with certain harmonies etc. The lyric idea was the language of the body through different parts/limbs/organs etc connecting each part of the body with a different form of expression eg knees are knocking, shoulders are shouting etc  I knew Daevid could do a great performance with that sort of idea and his slightly crazed wizard type delivery. Daevid was generously receptive to my idea and went away and wrote the verse lyrics, which I must say I think are really great ˆ my favourite of Daevid‚s on the album. He can be a very funny chap! The chorus is as on my demo.

Q: In Gong you are primarily an instrumentalist and in this respect you could see Gong as just a band in which you enjoy playing. But Gong is often more than that to the musicians who play in it. There's something beyond the pure musical thing, a spiritual dimension - do you feel in tune with the whole concept of Gong, and how do you perceive it?

A: I'm not sure I see Gong as a spiritualistic thing, but I am aware of and do like the fairytale-fantasy-mythology aspect of Gong. Playing to and meeting Gong fans around Europe, I can see how special the band is to so many people.

Q: With Daevid the only guitarist in Gong at the moment, the band has a
looser harmonic context (especially when Daevid solos). But you make up for that with occasional keyboards. Is that just a necessary thing for you or would you like to investigate the synth aspect a little further?

A: I must say I do like Daevid's guitar playing a lot. Not just the Gliss playing (check out Infinitea, Invisible Temple and Damaged man for good examples), but his soloing too - towards the end of Invisible Temple is an amazing guitar solo. As for my keyboards, there's quite a lot on the album and I enjoyed doing that. I'm no soloist on keys, but it is very valuable tool for the writing, and filling in the middle sonic ground between bass and drums at the lower end and vocals/sax/flute at the higher end.  If you think of songs as paintings, then I consider that I can add much colour and shape with what I do on keys. The keyboard I used mostly in the studio (Ensoniq EPS 16+ ) is a sampler and workstation, so there is much scope for layering the sound and creating sounds oneself. Harmonically, I like quite jazzy and 'out-there' chords so on Yoni on Mars or Mad Monk there‚s some leftfield wafting going on if you listen carefully! It is something I am interested in developing, but it is hard to play keys and sax at the same time! (but you may remember me doing it on the Nancy gig and in fact I did in the studio on the used takes of Bodilingus and Infinitea).


From: "vogelaar" <vogelaar@bart.nl>
Subject: Richard Sinclair
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 09:57:40 +0100

Hi there, Aymeric and others,

I just spoke to RICHARD SINCLAIR who lives just a few blocks away. He wants you all to know he and his girlfriend HEATHER are OK. Richard sort of lives here since the Harlingen Canterbury event a few years ago. They seem to like the fresh air here.

First of all he would like to thank Aymeric and Manfred and many others for all the good work they have done during the past few years. Very important for the Canterbury music.

All the fans, thanks very much for your letters but not all will be answered because Richard is busy doing music in every possible form. At the moment he is composing and playing music and building and modifying bass guitars. He just made me a fretless and I'm very very happy now. It plays and sounds fantastic.

Richard and The PLEEGZUSTERS (my band) rehearsed a couple of times together and there is a very nice recorded piece where Richard plays the guitar and even sings a few notes. If someone explains me how to do it I will send a small piece to Aymeric and all the fans can have a musical contact with Richard for a few seconds.

If anyone wants to communicate, please use vogelaar@bart.nl. R&H visit me
once or twice a week and I will give them your questions, remarks, stories
and wishes.

After 3 years of rest (after the Canterbury event) something starts itching again. Richard and I sometimes talk about it, how wonderfull and succesful it was. There are some people who want to sponsor a next event. Perhaps "Whats Rattlin" and all the fans can motivate us to do something like it again.

Teatse Vogelaar
The Netherlands (not Holland, that's something different)


From: gong-gas <gong-gas@gpo.sonnet.co.uk>
Subject: 3/2000 Bongish of all things Gongish
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 00 22:08:40 +0000

ZERO TO INFINITY-Radio Gnome Invisible Part 5   One Eyed Salmon SMACD824
Released on Monday 28th Feb.

3 tracks can be heard at  http://www.snappermusic.com/gong

And you can buy it at the secure on-line shop on the website at  http://www.planetgong.co.uk

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Below are details on the new Gong CD launch gig, an April UK Tour, one off French gig and even Norwegian and Finnish gigs! Plus the plans and dreams...and a message at the very end.

First chance to catch Daevid this year as he passes through the states on his way to Europe. He is planning a very glissando/electric guitar set which should be well worth seeing.
Wed 22nd Mar USA. Oakland, Stork Club. Supporting the X Girls.
Fri 24th Mar USA. New York, Knitting Factory. With guests, possibly Graham Clark. 8.00
Sat 25th Mar USA. Baltimore, Phantasmagoria

Wed 22nd March  France.  Paris, 7 Ave Porte de la Villette. 01 40 36 55 65
Thurs 23rd March  France. Nivanges, Le Guelard. 03 82 85 50 71
Fri 24th March  France. Metz , Le Trinitaires. 03 87 75 04 96
Sat 25th March  France. Charleville Action Jazz, Mezieres Auditorium. 03 24 32 78
Sat 15th April France. Parc Ronsard, Vendome
Sat 29th April France. Foire de Paris, Fete des Jazz

JACKIE JUNO - Big Bang or The Complete History of the Universe Show
Fri 24th March  UK. Devon, Totnes, Ringbridge Inn. 21.00

Thurs 6th April UK. London, Subterrania.
Plans are afoot for a special launch party gig for the new Gong CD. Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth, Didier Malherbe, Mike Howlett, Theo Travis and Chris Taylor will be in attendance and the inside of the inter-dimensional Flying Teapot will be decorated by Visual Bliss. It will be an very special invitation only Netcast gig. Details of how to obtain tickets are still being finalised, but we’ll let you know all about it in good time.

Line up Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth, Mike Howlett, Theo Travis and Chris Taylor, with Didier Malherbe at a couple of the gigs. The Coventry gig at the Colosseum has gone I’m afraid, the venue got cold feet. It always seems hard to get a Gong gig in the Midlands, don’t know why.
Thur 13th April  UK. Leeds, Irish Centre
Sat 15th April  UK. Manchester, University
Thur 20th April  UK. Southampton, The Brook
Sat 22nd April  UK. Bristol, Fleece & Firkin
Sun 23rd April  UK. Bristol, Fleece & Firkin. 2nd show tbc
Thur 27th April  UK. Exeter, Phoenix Arts Centre
Sun 7th May  UK. London, Hammersmith Palais with special guests

Sat 29th April Norway. Bergen, The Garage. (+47) 552 150 60

Gnomes For May The venue for this concert has now changed to La Cigalle, NOT Le Bataclan as previously stated. Line up...Daevid Allen, Gilli Smyth, Mike Howlett, Theo Travis, Chris Taylor and Didier Malherbe.
Thur 4th May France. Paris, La Cigalle, 120 bd de Rochechouart, 75019 Paris.
Reservations Tel 01 49 25 89 99 Mon to Sat 12.00h to 19.00h

The push to play at the North Pole continues...getting further north gig by gig!
Fri 7th July. Finland. Imatra, Big Band Festival. With Randy Brecker Quintet (USA), UMO Orchestra vs. XL and Rinneradio (Finland).

Sat 1st Apr USA. Austin, Fados Irish pub, April Fools Day of Limericks. Noon to 15.00. FREE!
Thur 6th Fri 7th April  USA. Temple International Poetry Festival
Gig updates at  http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/6285

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We hope to see as many of you as possible in the forthcoming year. Maybe not all of what’s outlined below will happen...but then again maybe even more exciting events will take their place. If you would like to help by booking a gig for any of the bands or musicians, or know someone who would, or help in any other way contact us and we will connect you with the right people.

Things are firming up for gigs in June in Europe.

GILLI SMYTH will be a major part of Woman’s Work, an all day events with...
Carolyn Hillier, artist, writer and performer with Global.
Jackie Juno, artist, writer and performer with Witch.
Monica Sjoo, artist and writer, co-author of The Great Cosmic Mother.
Planned as an amalgam of an exhibition of artworks, talks, slide-shows and musical performances. Dates and venues are being organised, We’ll let you know all about it.

When not Gonging or University of Erroring Daevid solo gigs are being slotted in. Many are planned but more are possible.

Gilli will be moving to and from the States a couple of times this coming Summer in between Gong gigs and Gongmatrist recording but booking solo performances is possible via us here at GAS.

If you would like to help with either of the above contact us.

The following are being worked upon and seem to be nicely forming, although all remain to be confirmed.
July...European and UK Festival dates...France, Italy, Germany
Sept...Two or three UK dates.
Sept-Oct...Tours USAco, Chile
Oct-Nov... Full European Tour
Maybe sometime this year...A couple of  dates in Israel.

Touring from the last week in May until the end of July.
Gigs already booked in Brighton, Denmark and Orkney so far, more details as we get them.

A little fantasy band that may or may not come into being.....shhh...

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If all this is released this year will there be time to listen to anything else? And as always there are certainly more that we don’t even know about yet!

Absolute Zero CD with Pip Pyle...Recording now            
Bubbled Up On Dub-Vol 2 CD...Planning/Recording            
Daevid Allen-Seven Drones (Gliss/2032)...Mixing/Artwork    
Daevid Allen’s University of Errors-2nd CD...Artwork                
Daevid Allen’s University of Errors-3rd CD...Finishing recording in August        
Daevid Allen/Microcosmic-Psychedelic Ambient CD... Planning/Recording now    
Didier Malherbe-Bloom (Voiceprint)1st time CD release...Remastering/Artwork    
Global-? (Seventh Wave) 4th album...Recording now        
Goddess T-2nd CD...Recording now        
Gongmatrist-Debut CD of Gilli’s new US based band...Recording March/June
The Glissando Orchestra-Art of Glissando Guitar Vol. 2...Recording/Planning    
Invisible Opera Co. of Tibet (UK)-Open For Is-ness CD...Finishing recording a.s.a.p.        
Lady June/Mark Hewins et al-Rebela...Mastering/Artwork        
New York Gong-About Time (Get Back)180gsm LP reissue...Artwork        
Steffe-Psychedelic Trance CD...Recording/Mixing
System 7-New  singles & CD  (a-wave.com)...?        
Tim Blake-Tide of the Century (Voiceprint) New CD...Completed...Spring 2000    
Tim Blake-Crystal Machine (Voiceprint) Reissue CD...Remastering...After new CD
Tim Blake-Blake’s New Jerusalem (Voiceprint) Reissue CD...Remastering...After new CD
Tim Blake-Magick (Voiceprint) Reissue CD...Remastering...After new CD    
Various-Taliesin:Beyond The Ninth Wave CDR with Gilli Smyth...Mixing/Editing    
Various-Gong 25th Birthday Party Too...Selection/Compiling...Autumn 2000
Various-Whirl-y-Gig compilation incl. Global...Mixing/Compiling...?
Various-Future Sound of Exeter compilation incl. Global...Mixing/Compiling...?
Witch-2nd CD...Recording    now

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Haven’t got copies yet but will do in a few days.
Steffe guests playing totally over the top wild psychedelic guitar.

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GAS WEBSITE and a bit of a Jonny gush I’m afraid.
I hope many of you will have paid a visit to the new website which is coming on in leaps and bounds. We have planned a programme of development which happening weekly but gig and news information will be updated every 3 or 4 days. But there’s still plenty more to do.

The site just could not have happened without the simply huge quantities of help, offers of help and goodwill received. Especially deep bowings to the good captain Wes who developed the site, and to his supportive partner Sangeta who coped with all his late nights and the new wee baby at the same time. I can’t thank you all enough.

On Monday morning, the day most of the worldwide mailout to everyone on our database arrived, the flood of e-mails, faxes and phone calls was overwhelming. Then on Tuesday the post started arriving. It felt like that line in the Police song Message in a Bottle...a hundred thousand bottles washed up on the shore...

There were so many people that were so delighted that we were still here and able to give them the information and links to all the different musicians and their work. The surge of goodwill was almost overwhelmingly touching, I only hope I can communicate a fraction of that to the musicians. Because surprising as it may seem, they really don’t realise the regard and warmth they, and especially the whole concept... whatever that is... is held.

Running GAS, like anything, occasionally feels like a thankless task. It has always existed on an often oh too thin shoestring and in the dark times I mull over escape plans. I would leave GAS as I entered it, with nothing much of material worth. But I would leave it full hearted. Because as you demonstrated to me again this week with your response, sent with such good energy, what you put out you get back. It's a pleasure to be part of the path of good energy directed towards you.

And any one of you can tune into that good energy, whether you be fan or musician, whenever you want...you know what to do.

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Surrealist Proverb for the month: I came, I sat, I departed.


From: Basil Brooks <Basil.Brooks@policymaster.co.uk>
Subject: Gong - Your Planet Needs You!
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 00:37:07 -0000

Greetings to All Far and Wide

Gong are keen to play Glastonbury Festival this year but are meeting with some resistance.

Help out by voting for them online at http://www.glastonbury-festival.co.uk/cgi-bin/vote.pl

The list of bands is quite long so be patient, when I checked Gong were on 11 votes and Hawkwind were well up with 670 votes! so I think the balance needs redressing.

(If you want to vote more than once, you'll have to log off in between as the site checks the originating IP address :-)

Be Happy


From: "Gary & Vicki" <gvstring@email.msn.com>
Subject: MAGICK BROTHERS DUO performs 3/25 Washington
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 20:42:00 -0500


DAEVID ALLEN of GONG & GRAHAM CLARK (violin & guitar)

ONLY 2 US SHOWS: New York & Washington area!!!


11319 Elkin Street, Wheaton, Md. 20902; 1-301-949-8886

PERFORMANCE BEGINS 8:00 P.M., 7:30 doors

STRING OF THE SHOE INFORMATION: 1-410-421-5553 email: gvstring@msn.com
P.O. BOX 933, GLEN BURNIE, MD. 21061

Also performing at The Knitting Factory 3/24 in New York City


3/18/2000: AFTER CRYING only US show, from HUNGARY

Performing at ORION Sound Studios: 2903 Whittington
I95 to exit 50 Caton Ave 3rd light-Left on Washington Blvd, 1/4 mile Right
Whittington, to end, left to park

More info on the following WWW.PROGROCK.NET

5/27-28: QUARKSTOCK 2000, Columbus, Ohio
6/17 & 18: NEARFEST 2000, Bethlehem, Pa.
6/30 & 7/1: MANDELBROT FESTIVAL, Hartford,Co
10/7 & 8: PROGDAY 2000, Chapel Hill, N.C.


From: Gary Davis <artshop@artist-shop.com>
Subject: Canterbury related news
Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2000 16:22:55 -0500

Hi, folks:

The latest Artist Shop newsletter is out and you'll find it in its entirety at <http://www.artist-shop.com/news.htm>. Here are some excerpts for Canterbury fans.

In this newsletter I'm very proud to present a new member of The Artist Shop, Clearlight 888 Music <http://www.artist-shop.com/clearlight> which specializes in the music of keyboardist/composer Cyrille Verdeaux and his ensemble the Clearlight Symphony. And the label will be working towards reissuing more of those classics albums alongside more new albums! Be sure to check this page out! While not from Canterbury himself, he has used a number of Canterbury alumni on his recordings over the years including Steve Hillage, Didier Malherbe and Tim Blake were borrowed from Gong for the very first Clearlight Symphony album.

On our Linden Music page <http://www.artist-shop.com/linden> you'll find a new release from Kit Watkins. Kit Watkins/The Unseen - After taking an extended sabbatical from the music business - one that was no doubt deserved, but overly long for us fans - Kit Watkins has finally returned to the business of making music. Kit's new album, The Unseen, is his first release in four years. As we've come to expect from Kit, this album covers a lot of musical territory, effortlessly blending progressive with ambient, world music and many other styles. As an added bonus, The Unseen features not only the CD audio tracks, but all tracks are also available on this disc as mp3 files playable on your computer's CD-Rom drive as well.

Voiceprint <http://www.artist-shop.com/voiceprt> continues to keep busy with a number of new releases and reissues including: Julie Tippetts/Sunset Glow - Julie Tippetts is one of the foremost European vocalists in the field of contemporary jazz and improvised music. Her recording and performing career has taken her from the early years of soul/jazz/r&b with Brian Auger in the 1960's to working with some of the world's leading improvising musicians today. This release was recorded in 1974 and features Keith Tippett, Brian Godding, Mark Charig, Elton Dean and Nick Evans.

Daevid Allen & Russell Hibbs/Nectans Glen - Australian beatnik Daevid Allen arrived in England in the early sixties. He became a founder member of Soft Machine in 1966 but left the following year after their first classic single Love Makes Sweet Music.Barred from England, he settled in Paris, where he formed the psychedelic space rock collective Gong in 1970. Various incarnations have followed, including Mother Gong, New York Gong and Gongmaison, with Allen working alongside Shimmy Disc boss Kramer for an album called Who's Afraid in 1993.1994 saw Gong reunite for their 25th birthday, at London's Forum. A double live cd was issued from this show. Daevid continues to record and tour as a solo artist and member of Gong, with a European tour confirmed for spring 2000. For Nectans Glen, Daevid is joined by Russell Hibbs of The Invisible Opera Company Of Tibet. The music is not dissimilar to Daevid's albums Good Morning and Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life.

On our import pre-order page
<http://www.artist-shop.com/catalog/imports/preorder.htm> you'll find:

Originally released in 1978 on Affinity. Classic debut release for this English progressive/jazz band (they were sharing members with other influential groups like Hatfield and the North, Henry Cow and Matching Mole). Gatefold sleeve. 180 gram vinyl.

And recently I was able to get a really good deal on a number of import titles. So I've added those titles to my overstock sale page at
<http://www.artist-shop.com/sale.htm>. As usual, these prices are only good on existing stock. However, it's important to note that some of these titles will be deleted altogether once stock is gone! Among those you'll find:

Hugh Hopper Band/Alive ....import CD $9.99
Mother Gong/Radio Sessions ....import EP CD $7.99

I may be wrong, but I think that particular Mother Gong is out of print.


                          Gary Davis
The Artist Shop                              The Other Road
http://www.artist-shop.com          artshop@artist-shop.com
phone: 330-929-2056               fax:330-945-4923
       Check out the latest Artist Shop newsletter at


From: "Andy Young" <amyoung@trailquest.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: The Rhythm Of Blues
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 23:07:07 -0000

Holland........April 2000

We shall be doing a very brief tour in April and are honoured to be playing the same venues as Pat Travers, Wishbone Ash and Big Country (must be the year of the old fart... ourselves included!!!!!!!)

Details are on the "Hitman" link from our site.

April 13, Club de Kade, Zaandam
April 14, Bleuscafe, Apeldoorn
April 15, Babbetje, Roermaond

This will eventually become a newsletter worthy of the name with pics and all that, but for now it's whatever I can fit in between every thing else!

All the best,
Andy Young



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*               FORTHCOMING CANTERBURY-RELATED CONCERTS                 *
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        [for more info : check out the 'Concerts' page of CALYX]

==> SLAPP HAPPY <========================================================

May 13/14/16/17 & 26/27/78 - Tokyo, Star Pine's Cafe (Kichijoji)
May 19 - Sapporo, Bessy Hall (Sapporo)
May 20 - Kyoto, Kyoto Univ. Seibu-Kodo

Information: Eyewill: tel/fax +81-3-5485-6490

==> JOHN ETHERIDGE <=====================================================

Mar 18 - London, Pizza On The Park (Knightsbridge) [w.Malcolm Creese]
Apr 08 - Jersey Jazz Festival [w.B.Castle, M.Creese, J.Marshall, playing the music of Pat Metheny]
Apr 14 - Norwich Art Centre [Sweet Chorus]
May 21 - Berwick Jazz festival [Sweet Chorus]


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*                        AND OTHER GOOD GIGS...                         *
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==> MAGMA <==============================================================

                       30TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS:
                           May 12/13/14
                        Paris, Le Trianon
                   (80, boulevard Rochechouart)

+ Projects:
Early May - US tour + South American dates
European tour - hopefully sometime this year

+ Christian Vander Quartet:
Apr 27/28/29 - Paris, Le Sunset

Official website: http://www.seventhrecords.com


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