Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
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Tuesday 12 February 2008
Good and bad luck have trailed Elmore Judd's career in equal measure. When the name was an alias for the north London keyboardist Jesse Hackett, his selling of his debut Angel Sounds on the street outside Camden's Rhythm Records saw him invited in to record the follow-up for Honest Jon's. Damon Albarn took him to play in Mali, and last year's Glastonbury saw Elmore Judd, now a full band, collaborating with the great French-Algerian wild man Rachid Taha. All good.
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Thursday 02 December 1999
Saturday 11 September 1999
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Sunday 08 August 1999
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Friday 30 October 1998
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