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What's in a name?

Tamara Murphy
Page added Nov 16, 2012 Updated Nov 23, 2012

Murphy's Law, Numerology, Arts and Crafts, Paper Hat, Grass Roots, Circle Wide and Food are just some of the groups featured on Jazz Up Late.

Featured for Ausmusic Month is the recipient of the inaugural Young Elder of Jazz Commission last year, Melbourne double-bassist Tamara Murphy with the recording of the commissioned work by her band Murphy's Law: Big Creatures and Little Creatures.

Plus Paper Hat, the Melbourne trio of pianist Colin Hopkins, double-bassist Frank DiSario and drummer Andrew Gander, and Numerology the Sydney trio of double-bassist Cameron Undy, guitarist Carl Dewhurst and drummer Simon Barker.

Also featured are new recordings from the USA by drummer Matt Wilson's Arts and Crafts, Grass Roots - the new quartet of Sean Conly, Alex Harding, Darius Jones and Chad Taylor, and drummer George Schuller's Circle Wide.

From Europe the latest album by the Anglo-Norwegian collaboration Food, led by saxophonist Iain Ballamy - and Sea Breezes the long overdue release on CD of pianist Chris McGregor's solo album recorded in concert in Durban in 1987.

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Nov 16, 2012. 9:54am

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