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Zoe Rahman
London Calling. Retrieved-1Retrieved 1 September 2015.  "Bengali music inspires Zoe Rahman's new album". Manchester: Manchester Evening News. 18 April 2010. Retrieved
Dec 22nd 2016



Zoe Rahman Trio: Live
Zoe Rahman Trio: Live (also known as Live with special guest Idris Rahman) is the fourth studio album by English jazz composer Zoe Rahman, released on
Dec 17th 2016



The Cynic (Zoe Rahman album)
The Cynic is the debut studio album by English jazz composer Zoe Rahman, released in 2001 by Manushi Records. John Fordham of The Guardian said The Cynic
May 1st 2017



Kindred Spirits (Zoe Rahman album)
23 January 2012 by Manushi Records. Kindred Spirits is inspired by Zoe Rahman's discovery of the connections between Irish and Scottish folk music and
Sep 30th 2015



Melting Pot (Zoe Rahman album)
Melting Pot is the second studio album by English jazz composer Zoe Rahman, released on 1 July 2006 by Manushi Records. John Fordham of The Guardian
Dec 15th 2016



Idris Rahman
produced and mixed albums, including two Mercury Prize-nominated albums (Zoe Rahman's second album Melting Pot and Basquiat-Strings'Basquiat Strings' debut album, Basquiat
Apr 2nd 2017



Unison (George Mraz and Zoe Rahman album)
Unison is a studio album by musicians George Mraz and Zoe Rahman, released on 15 July 2013 by Cube-Metier. Music producer Paul Vlcek sought Zoe Rahman
Sep 30th 2015



Where Rivers Meet
All About Jazz. Retrieved-1Retrieved 1 September 2015.  "Bengali music inspires Zoe Rahman's new album". Manchester: Manchester Evening News. 18 April 2010. Retrieved
Dec 17th 2016



Live at the Elysée Montmartre
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Sep 28th 2014



Unison (disambiguation)
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Jan 4th 2017



Soothsayers (band)
Soothsayers are a London-based band who perform and record original afrobeat and reggae-influenced music. Founded in 1998 by sax player Idris Rahman and
Dec 16th 2016



List of Pakistani musicians
This is a list of musicians from Pakistan listed in alphabetical order. The list includes musical bands, some groups and solo artists that were and are
May 15th 2017



Kindred Spirits
Kindred Spirits may refer to: Music Kindred Spirit, the intended title of Lisa Kindred's stolen second album Kindred Spirit (band), an English rock duo
Apr 5th 2017



Vaadamalli
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Mar 17th 2017



Kâtibim
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Mar 8th 2017



Constantine VII
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Mar 15th 2017



Nottingham International Jazz Piano Competition
The Nottingham International Jazz Piano Competition started in 2008 when brothers Mick and Andy Wilson of Clement Pianos Nottingham, decided to give the
Mar 20th 2013



Randy Kerber
Randy Kerber (born September 25, 1958 in Encino, California) is a composer, orchestrator and keyboard player, who has had a prolific career in the world
May 23rd 2017



The Six Sacred Stones
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Jan 12th 2017



1971 in jazz
This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1971. 2 – The 5th Montreux Jazz Festival started in Montreux, Switzerland (May 2June 24)
Apr 10th 2017



Through the Fire (song)
"Through the Fire" is a song from Chaka Khan's 1984 album, I Feel for You. The David Foster-produced track was the third single from the album. It reached
Nov 3rd 2016



Tony Bianco
Template:Use 2007 dates Tony Bianco is an American jazz drummer and composer from New York City who moved to Europe in the early nineties. He has been
Sep 19th 2016



Majrooh Sultanpuri
Majrooh Sultanpuri (1 October 1919 − 24 May 2000) was an Urdu Indian Urdu poet, known for his work as an Urdu poet, and as a lyricist and songwriter in the
Apr 12th 2017



Clark Tracey
Tracey Clark Tracey (born 5 February 1961) is a British jazz drummer, band leader, and composer. Tracey first played piano and vibraphone before switching to
Jan 29th 2017



Wiener-Dog (film)
Wiener-Dog is a 2016 American dark comedy-drama film directed and written by Todd Solondz. Starring an ensemble cast led by Ellen Burstyn, Kieran Culkin
May 18th 2017



Constitutional Loya Jirga
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Nov 29th 2016



1020s
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Oct 5th 2016



912
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May 6th 2017



National Youth Jazz Orchestra
The National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO) is a British jazz orchestra founded in 1965 by Bill Ashton. In 2010 Mark Armstrong took over as Music Director
Mar 29th 2017



Stanislaus Paysama
Stanislaus Paysama (died 1985) was one of the founders of the Liberal Party in Anglo-Sudan Egyptian Sudan a few years before Sudan gained independence in 1956
Jan 9th 2017



Bad Girls (series 6)
The sixth series of British drama series Bad Girls premiered on 14 April 2004. It consists of twelve episodes. The first four episodes were broadcast on
May 10th 2017



Mounqaliba
Mounqaliba (Arabic: منقلبة; English: In a State of Reversal) is a 2010 album by Belgian singer Natacha Atlas. Co-produced by Samy Bishai, it was inspired
Dec 15th 2016



Larry Stabbins
Larry Stabbins (born 9 September 1949 in Bristol) is a British jazz saxophonist, flutist and composer. Larry Stabbins learned clarinet at school from
May 11th 2017



List of British Bangladeshis
produced and mixed albums, including two Mercury Prize-nominated albums (Zoe Rahman's second album Melting Pot and Basquiat Strings' debut album Basquiat Strings
May 21st 2017



Denial (2016 film)
Denial is a 2016 British-American historical drama film directed by Mick Jackson and written by David Hare, based on Deborah Lipstadt's book History on
May 24th 2017



British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration 100
British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration 100 (previously known as British Bangladeshi Power 100 and often abbreviated as BBPower100) is an annual publication
May 1st 2017



Jerry Dammers
Jeremy David Hounsell "Jerry" Dammers, (born 22 May 1955) is a British musician who is a founder, keyboard player and primary songwriter of the Coventry
Apr 21st 2017



Thomas Newman
Newman Thomas Montgomery Newman (born October 20, 1955) is an American composer best known for his many film scores. Newman has been nominated for fourteen Academy
Apr 13th 2017



Sopinka Cup
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Apr 13th 2017



Michael Mondesir
Michael Mondesir (born 6 February 1966 in London) is an English jazz bass guitarist, and composer He is one of the most in demand jazz bass players in
May 1st 2017



Ras Nas
Born in Morogoro (Tanzania), Ras Nas, aka Nasibu Mwanukuzi, is a musician and poet from Tanzania who blends African music and reggae with a dash of poetry
Sep 6th 2016



Miss World 1999
Miss World 1999, the 49th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 4 December 1999 at the Olympia Hall in London, UK. The pageant was hosted by Ulrika
May 22nd 2017



History of Islam
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May 26th 2017



1886 in poetry
Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France). Frederick James Furnivall founds
May 1st 2017



Bishop Cotton School (Shimla)
Bishop Cotton School, Shimla, (Himachal Pradesh, India) is one of the oldest boarding schools for boys in Asia, having been founded on 28 July 1859, by
Mar 25th 2017



Cheltenham Jazz Festival
Coordinates: 51°53′24″N 2°04′41″W / 51.890°N 2.078°W / 51.890; -2.078 Cheltenham Jazz Festival is one of the UK's leading jazz festivals, and is part
May 1st 2017



Rape during the Bangladesh Liberation War
During the 1971 Bangladesh war for independence, members of the Pakistani military and supporting IslamistIslamist militias from Jamaat e Islami raped between
May 25th 2017



Birds Eye View
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Nov 24th 2016



This Unruly Mess I've Made
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Apr 19th 2017



The Divergent Series: Insurgent
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May 24th 2017





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