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THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

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THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious



THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE STEVE REID ENSEMBLE FEAT KIERAN HEBDEN

THE HERITAGE ORCHESTRA
Barbican
Tuesday 20 November 2007

£10 / £15 /£20

Steve Reid is a real trailblazer – as Gilles Peterson says of the drummer, ‘having accompanied the greatest of the greats, from James Brown via Miles Davis to Sun Ra, Steve has also remained one of the true independent innovators’.

He’s been working closely with Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet, and together they will premiere material from their new Domino album Daxaar, featuring the Senegalese musicians who created what Gilles called ‘a rhythmic feast for those who like their jazz out there’.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious







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