10 Tracks by Earl Hines I Can’t Do Without…by Liam Noble – London Jazz News

In this edition of ’10 Tracks I Can’t Do Without, a series in which jazz musicians do a personal deep dive into the music of their anticedents and idols, Liam Noble considers Earl “Fatha” Hines (1903 – 1983) Earl Hines in 1947. From the William Gottlieb Collection in New York Public Library. Public Domain Piano … Read more

Ten Sonny Rollins Tracks I Can’t Live Without…by Liam Noble – London Jazz News

In LJN’s ‘Ten Tracks I Can’t Do Without’ series, where jazz musicians write about their inspirations, Liam Noble writes about Sonny Rollins: Liam Noble writes: You can’t chose your family, nor the order in which things happen to you. This list is necessarily limited, insufficient, has holes in it. But this is what happened, in … Read more

10 Tracks by Duke Ellington (as pianist) that I Can’t Do Without…by Liam Noble – London Jazz News

In our growing series in which jazz musicians do a deep (and entirely personal and selective) dive into the music of their idols, pianist Liam Noble writes about Duke Ellington as pianist: Duke Ellington. Photo source: New York Public Library A musician once told me he thought that Ellington “couldn’t really play the piano”. I … Read more

Ten Tracks by Bill Frisell I can’t do without… by Liam Noble – London Jazz News

For the LJN “10 Tracks I Can’t Do Without” series, in which jazz musicians do a deep (and entirely personal and selective) dive into the music of their idols, Liam Noble writes about Bill Frisell: Bill Freesell. Photo credit: Photo: Monica Jane Frisell Bill Frisell is that rarity, a musician with avant garde leanings who … Read more