Album artwork for Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod) by Various Artists

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In a nation said to have "never had it so good", Britain's jazzmen were certainly proving this to be so during 1958. Not yet drowned by rock and roll, jazz was the youth culture music of the cognoscenti, those who, digging both modern American records and Continental fashion, were laying the groundwork of the first phase of "Mod". But there was more to 1958 than aping the mannerisms of others. London had its own scene and its own style -- a Soho kind of sound -- centered around clubs like the Flamingo and bands like the Jazz Couriers and there was seemingly no shortage of visiting US jazz giants, from Dizzy Gillespie to Dave Brubeck, queuing up to give their approval for music they thought world class. Soho Scene '58 tells the story of this heady time; a year zero for modernism in which London began to swing its way towards the 1960s, jazz setting the pace as never before. Features Eddie Thompson Trio, Don Rendell Jazz Six, Tony Crombie & His Men, Alan Clare Trio, The Jazz Couriers, Ronnie Ross Quintet, Vic Ash Sextet, Miles Davis, Jo Jones Trio, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Mose Allison, and Sonny Clark.

Various Artists

Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod)

Rhythm and Blues (UK)
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Album artwork for Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod) by Various Artists
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$30.99

Record Store Day 2022 UK Release

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Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

RANDB 094LP

Various Artists

Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod)

Rhythm and Blues (UK)
Album artwork for Album artwork for Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod) by Various Artists by Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod) - Various Artists
Album artwork for Soho Scene '58 (Jazz Goes Mod) by Various Artists
LP

$30.99

Record Store Day 2022 UK Release

Black
Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

RANDB 094LP

INDIE EXCLUSIVE, RSD UK APRIL RELEASE.

In a nation said to have "never had it so good", Britain's jazzmen were certainly proving this to be so during 1958. Not yet drowned by rock and roll, jazz was the youth culture music of the cognoscenti, those who, digging both modern American records and Continental fashion, were laying the groundwork of the first phase of "Mod". But there was more to 1958 than aping the mannerisms of others. London had its own scene and its own style -- a Soho kind of sound -- centered around clubs like the Flamingo and bands like the Jazz Couriers and there was seemingly no shortage of visiting US jazz giants, from Dizzy Gillespie to Dave Brubeck, queuing up to give their approval for music they thought world class. Soho Scene '58 tells the story of this heady time; a year zero for modernism in which London began to swing its way towards the 1960s, jazz setting the pace as never before. Features Eddie Thompson Trio, Don Rendell Jazz Six, Tony Crombie & His Men, Alan Clare Trio, The Jazz Couriers, Ronnie Ross Quintet, Vic Ash Sextet, Miles Davis, Jo Jones Trio, Ahmad Jamal Trio, Mose Allison, and Sonny Clark.