SANDY BROWN JAZZ
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Sandy Brown grew up in Edinburgh, Scotland, and became one of the foremost British Jazz clarinet players and a leading acoustic engineer. Together with Edinburgh trumpeter Al Fairweather, they created the music of McJazz. Sandy died in 1975 leaving a rich musical legacy. Sandy and Al pushed traditional jazz into 'mainstream', a bridge between classic and modern jazz. This website provides a similar 'bridge' with information about Sandy and a monthly online magazine page with articles and features about all aspects of jazz.
Site last updated: 1st December 2013
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