In Lieu of Live Jazz 11: With Adrian Cox in The Crypt

Jazz&Jazz continues to compensate
for the Coronavirus Live Jazz Blackout with selections from earlier Jazz&Jazz YouTubes. Enjoy!

Jazz at the Café in The Crypt, St Martins in the Fields, London,
Wednesday, 15th October, 2014.
Lew Pollack’s “That’s a Plenty” 1914 ragtime number.
The Adrian Cox Quartet with special guest
Tom Kincaid on piano.

Adrian Cox, clarinet; Nils Solberg, guitar; Mez Clough, drums;
George Trebar, double bass,
Tom Kincaid, piano.

Peter M Butler
Jazz&Jazz

(YouTube © Peter M Butler, Jazz&Jazz)

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