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Paul Dunmall Sextet

Kevin LeGendre presents a performance given at Birminghham's MAC by saxophone player Paul Dunmall and his sextet.

Drawing on the jazz and folk traditions, Paul Dunmall's music is precise and uncompromising, but full of expression, whether on his usual tenor and alto sax, the rare saxello or even the Northumbrian pipes. And there's a strong Coltrane influence too - unsurprising given he played and studied early on in his career with Alice Coltrane. Presented by Kevin Le Gendre.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Mon 4 Nov 2013 23:00

Music Played

  • New Release Recommended By Peter Bacon

    • Jonathan Silk

      Suite for B.B. – Part II

      Composer: Jonathan Silk

      • Uncouth.
      • Self Release / Bandcamp.
  • Gail Brand interviews Paul Dunmall

    • Johnny “Guitar” Watson

      Stormy Monday

      Composer: T Bone Walker

      • 12/12/76 in Hamburg.
    • Paul Dunmall / Tony Bianco


      Composer: John Coltrane

      • Tribute To Coltrane.
      • Slam.
    • Mujician

      There's No Going Back Now

      Composer: Paul Dunmall / Tony Levin / Paul Rogers / Keith Tippett

      • There's No Going Back Now.
      • Cuneiform.
    • Paul Dunmall Moksha Big Band

      I Wish You Peace Part Three

      Composer: Paul Dunmall

      • I Wish You Peace.
      • Cuneiform.
  • Paul Dunmall Sextet recorded at MAC Arts, Birmingham on 26 October 2013

    • Line up: Paul Dunmall (saxophones, flute, bagpipes); Mike Fletcher (saxophones, flute);

    • Percy Pursglove (trumpet); Mike Hurley (piano); Chris Mapp (double bass); Mark Sanders (drums)

    • Paul Dunmall Sextet

      Life In Four Parts

      Composer: Paul Dunmall

Paul Dunmall

Paul Dunmall

Paul Dunmall with the Johnny 'Guitar' Watson Band

Paul Dunmall with the Johnny 'Guitar' Watson Band


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