Jazz Extras
Last updated Wednesday September 23, 2020 at 19:56:22


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. Jazz Promoters - Get to know more about the people who make it happen
  2. Jazz Quizzes - Something to help pass the hours away during Coronavirus
  3. RememberingTributes to those no longer with us - latest : Stan Davies
  4. Lockdown Photographs - Archive Photographs submitted during lockdown.
  5. The Lost Tapes - Some cassette tapes uploaded following a clearout
  6. Discussion Pages - Items that developed into a discussion (latest - Scruffy dress)
  7. Public Liability Insurance for Bands - Where can you get it?
  8. Wants & Sales Page - Items wanted or for sale,  latest - Banjo
  9. Limerick - Budding poets writing limerick lines, don't call us, we'll call you
  10. Whatever Happened To - (latest - Northern Jazz Allstars - updated)
  11. Just Jazz Magazine - The British Traditional Jazz Magazine
  12. Influences. The people who  influenced today's musicians
  13. Who is who?  Can you add names to this picture
  14. Flee as a bird to the mountain A BBC play we can all relate to I'm sure
  15. Videos on YouTube and elsewhere - latest - videos uploaded by Graham Martindale
  16. Deps Available - Jazz musicians available to dep. (latest - Mike Carnie change of details)
  17. A Medley for Lockdown - Well known NW pianist Derek Harrison entertains.
  18. Trevor & Phil remember their time with the Blue Magnolia Jass orchestra
  19. Memories of VE Day 1995 Sent in by Sam Wood.
  20. Spotlight  on an ex-pat - Bert Thompson from Dundee
  21. Sketches of NW musicians from the 60s & 70s (Updated) sent in by Tony Babington
  22. Tom Culbert - My Jazz Life (1962-2019)
  23. Sheila Collier - Portrait of a Muaician
  24. Savannah @ 40 - The 40 years of The Savannah Jazz Band
  25. Nostalgia - Some membership cards and programmes from past times
  26. 9 Rare & Classic CDs - Coming up soon as part of Fred's clearout
  27. What they said - About the Crane River Jazz Band
  28. 40 years of Savannah - The band celebrates their 40th Anniversary
  29. Remembering the old Jazz Clubs - Alan Pearce sends in his old membership cards
  30. ODJB came to the UK - The late Pete Vickers' tries to track down press coverage in 1919
  31. In aid of the Alzheimers Soc.  - A couple of CDs by buskers Higham & Hogarth
  32. The Best CD I ever Bought - Let me know which is your favourite
  33. Alex Clarke - The life story of an 18 year old musician!
  34. The daft things punters say - From an idea by Ian Royle
  35. Traditional Jazz in the NW - The story behind the videos
  36. Andrew writes ... About jazz musicians, promoters and venues
  37. Early Jazz in the UK - Peter Vickers digs into the newspaper archives
  38. Zenith 6. A somewhat amusing press cutting
  39. Memories - One man's memory of a life of work and jazz, it all started in Preston
  40. Doom & Gloom - Now on it's 8th revival
  41. Donate your record collections - to The National Jazz Archive
  42. A Key Aspect of Singing - Why is it that some of the best are called Sue
  43. Lost & Found - The hunt for Carl Thompson
  44. Showbands & All The Jazz - An autobiography by Des Hopjins
  45. Sue Reid on CD - A super CD for only £5. Take a listen
  46. Cornet Player wanted - Beginner welcome. Ormskirk/Southport/Preston area
  47. Mart's Party - Mart Rodger's 70th Birthday plus an interview just before his 80th 
  48. King of New Orleans - Ron Cassidy’s latest book
  49. Net Coincidence - Interesting  things that happen on the net, jazz and other things
  50. The Mad Blower - a humorous account of  music by the seaside by Ian Royle
  51. Barber-Colyer split - Barrie Marshall finds articles in Melody Maker 22/05/1954
  52. Just another gig - A journey home through the floods of Cumbria 2015
  53. Panama Jazzband at 60 - A history of the Original Panama Jazz Band
  54. Fred's Jazz Map - Find the venues on a map, useful if you are new to the area
  55. Jazz Guide - Subscribe to the UK's best "What's On" Traditional Jazz Mag.
  56. Jenks's Paintings - Some familiar portraits of  friends in the jazz world
  57. Reminiscing - Latest addition, The Strawbury Duck & Morecambe Boys
  58. Jazz Jottings- Some inspired thinking from John Muskett
  59. Around the N.W. Jazz Clubs - A series of jaunts, by Dr. Andrew Liddle
  60. Bio Discographies - Those OTHER New Orleans Musicians by Brian Legan
  61. Lou Levy Band - With Freddie Moore at  79 years of age 
  62. The Hotspur What's it got to do with jazz? Check it out.
  63. Nat's Trumpet & Clarinet - Derek Brown & Nick Balmforth with two stories
  64. Doctor Jazz - A poem by Nick Balmforth
  65. Pen Portraits - read about your local musicians and jazz promoters
  66. Cork Jazzfest 1994 - Some clips by Graham Martindale (updated 15/10/12)
  67. Politically Incorrect Lyrics - Ian Royle starts a thread of lyrics that can cause problems
  68. RAF Padgate - Were you there? Did you play in the band?  
  69. Parliamentary Jazz Awards 17th May 2011
  70. The Story of New Orleans - A new book by Manchester's Ron Cassidy
  71. OKOM - What does it mean to you?
  72. Skiffle - Was it part of the jazz scene?
  73. Gobsmacked! - Sue Parish take time out to recognise the work done on this site
  74. The Jitterbug - Learn how to dance it. Mart Rodger shows you how
  75. Special Offer - See the historical "Sweeping The Blues Away" Book details
  76. Whitewater Blues - A Just Jazz article about Jazzy Joan & Eric Lawton
  77. All About Jazz - A great book of jazz cartoons for fans and musicians
  78. Web Site Support - A letter sent out to all musicians and promoters on this site in 2003
  79. Tuition, Courses & Workshops - Looking for traditional jazz tuition?
  80. Life after Katrina - NW drummer, Dave Moore, talks to Shannon Powell
  81. Manchester Sports Guild. - A series of articles by Jack Swinnerton about the MSG
  82. A Success Story - A Must Read for all Jazz Promoters. - Boston Spa Jazz Club
  83. Chords On Line - Looking for chords, this page could possibly help
  84. A Trip to New Orleans - in fact one of several., a musicians dream by Pete Vickers
  85. Straw boaters and striped blazers - How did it all start?
  86. Down Under - Tony West & Dennis Armstrong together in Australia
  87. Mad For Trad - Gordon Hughes thanks creator Eddie Simpson
  88. Grants for Jazz - Some success stories
  89. 50 years ago - Tony & Beryl Davis celebrate their Golden Wedding
  90. Art Deco Music Festival - The event in Stanley Park, Blackpool, and what went into it
  91. Another Milestone - Barry Aldous celebrates his 70th Birthday in style
  92. Competition - Who where and When? Can you recognise the musicians?
  93. Working Man's Blues - Joe Oliver's Lead Sheet.
  94. Doggeral in Db - An ode to Mart Rodger M/cr Jazz, more than 21 years at Didsbury CC.
  95. NFJO Royal Festival Hall Concert - An unusual twist
  96. Joe Silmon - The Making, Breaking and Repair of a British Jazzman
  97. Another banjo story - Well I'll be Plucked!
  98. The New Entertainment License - A page to discuss and share the problems
  99. 10th Avenue J.B. Visit the N.W. A letter from America
  100. Last night at the John O'Gaunt for Landlord Steve Thorn, the Jazzer's best friend
  101. Keith Hockin retires - A tribute from Dick & Jackie Chapman
  102. Who's a plonker then? - Tales of banjos and banjo players
  103. N.W. Jazz Clubs - Find out what's on at some of the North West's top venues
  104. The Manchester Connection - Jazz in Ireland by Des Hopkins
  105. The Funeral of Randy Colville - An account by Joe Silmon
  106. An American View - Read about the 10th Ave Jazz band's trip to the North West
  107. The Saints Jazz Band - Reproduced from Just Jazz Magazine
  108. Jazz meets Jazz - Two musicians meet in extraordinary circumstances
  109. Blue Mags on TV - Your chance to see them again in slow motion
  110. When we were young - Remember when it was like this?
  111. Feedback - Can you help keep this site updated
  112. A Wind Up? - Traditional Jazz is the banal theme tune for every lost cause 
  113. Lillian Boutté A Pen Portrait
  114. 'A visit o'er ome' - Trevor Hodgson (clt) tells of his musical trip to Lancaster
  115. Exploring Early Jazz - A new book from Australia
  116. New Life Member - For the Merseysippi Jazz Band
  117. A Day in the life of a Jazz Band - Keith Allcock
  118. A Day in New York - Brian Gordon, there on 11th September
  119. Tales of Woe - Three Jazz Stories from Bert Schroeder

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