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Led Bib
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England
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Led Bib is a modern jazz group from London, England. Mark Holub, the band's drummer and leader, formed the group in 2003 while studying at Middlesex University. Holub is joined by Pete Grogan (alto saxophone), Chris Williams (alto saxophone), Liran Donin (double bass), and Toby McLaren (keyboards).
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http://www.ledbib.com
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Releases on file (8)
Led Bib — Umbrella Weather Led Bib — Umbrella Weather
(RareNoise RNR071, 2017, CD)
Led Bib — The Good Egg Led Bib — The Good Egg
(Cuneiform Rune 379, 2014, LP)
Led Bib — The People in Your Neighbourhood Led Bib — The People in Your Neighbourhood
(Cuneiform Rune 378, 2014, CD)
Led Bib — Bring Your Own Led Bib — Bring Your Own
(Cuneiform Rune 314, 2011, CD)
Led Bib — Sensible Shoes Led Bib — Sensible Shoes
(Cuneiform Rune 283, 2009, CD)
Led Bib — Live Led Bib — Live
(Babel BDV2770, 2008, CD)
Led Bib — Sizewell Tea Led Bib — Sizewell Tea
(Babel BDV2665, 2006, CD)
Led Bib — Arboretum Led Bib — Arboretum
(SLAMCD 261, 2005, CD)

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2017-05-19
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2017-05-05
Clive Brooks RIP – Word reaches us today of another sad passing in the music world. Drummer Clive Brooks, best known as a member of such Canterbury bands as Egg, Uriel / Arzachel, and Groundhogs, has died at the age of 67. Details are sketchy at this point. The news was reported on Nick Mason's Facebook page — Brooks was Mason's drum tech. » Read more

2017-05-02
Col. Bruce Hampton RIP – The phrase "He died doing what he loved" is almost a cliche, but in the case of Col. Bruce Hampton, it couldn't be more true. Hampton, who was born Gustav Berglund III, collapsed on stage at his own 70th birthday celebration and later passed away. The event took place at the Fox Theater in Atlanta. » Read more

2017-04-16
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2017-04-16
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