This was the era when there was a progressive burgeoning jazz scene in London. During this time many of the featured bands on an Apples and Snakes gig line-up were of the jazz genre. The Jean Toussaint Trio included Wayne Batchelor on (double bass) and the fantastic drummer Winston Clifford ...
Meaning We Who Come Together to Create Something Beautiful out of Love, according to the flyer. Featuring Benjamin Zephaniah, Talvin Singh and Sabahat Shah, with Patience Agbabi hosting.
*Stan Trevor only mentioned in listings magazines ** Cris Creek uncredited in publicity (but appears on tape)
This was the cabaret format which included musicians. During this era there was a progressive burgeoning Jazz scene and many of the upcoming jazz musicians performed at Apples and Snakes events.
Tunde Jegede Quartet billed as The Jazz Griots Ahmed Sheikh
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