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It contains nearly all the young jazz players you can hear around Birmingham in countless small combos, and it has recorded its first album, Uncouth, with trumpeter Percy Pursglove as star soloist.
Bobby Rodriguez and the UCLA LatinJazz Ensemble, and the Fernando Pullum Performing Arts High School Jazz All-Stars - talented young jazz players from LA's inner city.
The real jazz stars to me are gone now, and it's very difficult for young jazz players to make a name for themselves.
They certainly weren't around when TOP were in their prime, but thanks to the evergreen nature of their greasy, brassy R & B/funk, a bunch of young jazz players showed themselves not only to be fans, but prepared to rework their classic tunes for a new audience.
Of the many young jazz players who have emerged from UK music schools in the first decade of this century, surely a contender for the brightest star must go to pianist Gwilym Simcock.
Of the many young jazz players who have emerged from UK music schools in the first decade of this century, surely a contender for brightest and highest shooting star must go to pianist Gwilym Simcock.
Like many young jazz players, irrespective of their country of origin, Mseleku had a Coltrane obsession, and, as with all the others, it was just as much a curse as an inspiration.
There are a lot of young jazz players reinventing the piano trio in the 21st Century, but Larry Willis has been around the block more than a few times and is happy to keep the trio just the way it was.