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Burum

Sextet specialising in taking traditional Welsh folk tunes and arranging them in a jazz context. Three albums released to date “Alawon” (2007) ,“Caniadau” (2012) and “Llef” (2016).
The current line up is Tomos Williams (trumpet, flugelhorn), Daniel Williams (tenor sax), Dave Jones (piano), Aidan Thorne (bass), Mark O’Connor (drums) and Ceri Rhys Matthews (wooden flute, pipes). 


ARTIST REVIEWS
Caniadau
Caniadau

"An impressive piece of work with some excellent playing from all six members of what is effectively a Welsh supergroup. Jazz/folk fusions don't always work but on the whole this succeeds brilliantly"

4 out of 5


Llef
Llef

"The band's approach sounds as fresh and inventive as ever. “Llef” is a worthy addition to the Burum catalogue."

4 out of 5

Album Review


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Film Review;  “Blue Note Records ; Beyond The Notes” directed by Sophie Huber.

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the founding of Blue Note Records in 1939 this is absolutely essential viewing for anybody with even the slightest interest in jazz.


U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

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