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Podcast: Interview with Chris Biscoe (Part 1 of 2)

Interview with Chris Biscoe Part 1 by Chris Biscoe, LondonJazz

Chris Biscoe came in to speak to us about a number of his current, exciting projects (including an interesting chat about Eric Dolphy, an inspiration behind the Profiles Quartet).

We also spoke about the Way out West (Biscoe is a founder member) weekly gig at the Orange Tree in Richmond, the Westbrook Trio with whom Chris has been playing since its inception thirty years ago, a possible new venture playing music from George Russell’s The Outer View album, and gigs planned for the Autumn with Roger Turner, John Pope and Corey Mwamba. (Ed. We didn’t do a proper join between the two parts, Part One breaks off..)

NAMES OF PEOPLE/PLACES MENTIONED IN PART ONE:

Barnes, Alan – 5:25
Bartley, Larry – 0:33 ->
Beck, Mick – 10:55
Bennink, Han – 3:35
Butterfield, Stu – 0:33 ->
Dolphy, Eric – 2:07 ->, 8:20
Edwards, John – 5:43
Gee, Jonathan – 2:53
Hurt, Pete – 8:42
Kofi, Tony – 0:33 ->;
Jordan, Sheila – 7:54
Laubrock, Ingrid – 5:54
Marsh, Tony – 5:44
Monk, Thelonious – 2:55
Mwamba, Corey – 10:31
Nelson, Oliver – 3:30
Mengelberg, Misha – 3: 35
Osborne, Mike – 6:09
Peacock, Annette – 11:15
Parker, Evan – 5:47
Pope John – 10:20
Russell, George – 7: 26 ->
Sharp, Karen – 5:32
Taylor, Cecil – 11:39
Turner, Roger – 9:15
Weston, Veryan – 1:32
Way Out West – 4:04 ->
Westbrook Trio – 6:33

PART TWO AND MUSICAL EXCERPTS HERE…………………………….

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