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Where are you located?
Heinkenszand (The Netherlands)
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Publicist, Promoter, Author, Editor, Freelance Writer, Journalist, Jazz Historian, Collector, Fan
Tell us a little about your background...
I'm a jazz bird that loves to share my passion for jazz, record collecting and other music projects in my daily Keep Swinging Web Log. I love to have friends who are fasinated by all jazz made between 1908 and 2008 and love to share their pasion.
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http://keepswinging.blogspot.com

Keep Swinging Web log

I love to invite you to visit my daily Keep Swinging web log. Find all 1220+ contributions at my survey page.
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These are some of my contributions:
Charquet et Co: Live recording Gentbrugge (Belgium) 1976
Rein De Graaff meets Conte Candoli-Bob Cooper
Rol Junell Hawaiian Novelty Orchestra: Hot Tropical Nights in Finland
Thom Kelling: A Dutch Latino
Rick Margitza-Ivan Paduart Trio in Porgy en Bess
Satchmo's secret
Svend Asmussen: Just call me Mussen
Louis Armstrong's teens in New Orleans
Django Reinhardt 100: The postwar years
The Sweet Hollywaiians: Tropical sounds in a chilly Belsele
Django Reinhardt 100: The prewar period
Tuba Fats ( 1950 - 2004)
Ilja Reijngoud: Music for six trombones and rhythm section
Fats Waller: A Day At The Set (1935)
Sweet Hollywaiians: European tour 2010
Rik Mol receives Dutch cultural award
Jean Robert's sax: a great souvenir
Bill Usher: I drove the Graeme Bell coach (1952)
Med Flory: His dream bands!
Med Flory: Go West Young Med!
Ralph Sutton plays the music of Fats Waller
Duane Tatro: Jazz for Moderns
Charles McPherson performs with the Rein De Graff Trio
Conrad Herwig - a 50 years young veteran
A unique report: Louis Armstrong in Blokker - 1965
Roditi - Ignatzek - Rassinfosse Trio: Nobody's Perfect
Ziya opens 90th Doctor Jazz Dag
Reginald Veal brings new bass in use
Jean Robert - The European Hawkins
Svend Asmussen: Making Whoopee ... and Music
A Foggy night at the Hermosa Beach Lighthouse
Sweet Hollywaiians: Ticklin' The Strings
Jimmy Rosenberg - The Father, The Son and the Talent
Hit of the week covers - eighty years vulnerable record sleeves
Yamekaw - a rhapsody in black and white
Hank Jones - a legend on the keys
Fred Hersch Trio + 2 live at North Sea Jazz 09
North Sea Jazz: Festival of extrems - Cecil Taylor and the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra
North Sea Jazz: a critical note
Willem Breuker Kollektief - Remarkable Girl
Equinox: Here & Now
Jarmo Savolainen (1961-2009)
Charlie Mariano (1923-2009)
Claude Hopkins - a forgotten band leader
Anatomy of a Murder - 50 - Music by Duke Ellington
David Schnitter in concert with Eric Ineke JazzXpress
New Orpheans ( with Eric Vloeimans and Erik Van Vliet)
Dave Holland in concert
Screen Songs: 1930s sing alongs
The Complete Tony Bennett-Bill Evans Recordings
The New Cool Collective in concert
The second Belgian Ukulele Festival -2009
Satchmo; Live in an auction hall in Blokker - 50 years ago
Alix Combelle - The first French "black" jazz musician
Eric Dolphy - Last Date
Nils Petter Molvær opens Jazz Festival Middelburg (The Netherlands)
Arne "Papa" Bue Jensen: A Danish Viking
Bud Shank (1926-2009)
The Invisible King ( = Le Roi invisible)
Roberta Gambarini and Roy Hargrove Live in Porgy en Bess
The Williams Sisters: The life of Dorothy
The Williams Sisters: Hannah's Career
The Williams Sisters: The Jazz Age
The Williams Sisters: The Vaudeville and Broadway Years
Report of a Tribute to Oscar Aleman
Eliane Elias - Bossa Nova Stories
Andre Ekyan - Saxophone Player: The 1940s and 1950s
Andre Ekyan - Saxophone Player: The 1930s
Jeff Aug: An Attempt On A Record
Mat Mathews, accordion player, passed away
Oscar Alemán100: His Live and Private Recordings
Oscar Alemán100: His European career
Adrian Mears, a great trombone player
Jay McShann-Claude Williams: The Men From Muskogee
David Fathead Newman (1933-2009): The Last Two Decades
David Fathead Newman (1933-2009): His early days in music
Daniel Volovets
Rony Verbiest and the De Cauter family in concert
Gerry Mulligan Sextet: New Live 1956 Recordings
Early Dutch Hawaiian Jazz of the 1920s
Vitor Assis Brasil - A Forgotten Alto Saxophone Player
Rubbish under the Christmas Tree: Hypochristmastreefuzz
Let Yourself Go - The Lives of Fred Hersch
Graeme Bell; All Recorded Compositions
Graeme Bell: Australian Jazz Icon
Gus Viseur: accordion player (1915-1974)
Pierre Courbois live with his Vijfkwarts Sextet
The Midgets and the Bombers
Sweet Hollywaiians - Hula Girl
They lovingly nicknamed me "jazz nerd"
Josephine Baker in Ghent - an unexpected meeting
Music on the Antarctic
Rita Reys and the North State huisorkest
Louis and Francois Moutin: Deux musiciens d'exception
Eline Van Coillie - a young Belgian jazz vocalist
Frank Emilio y su Cuban Jazz Combo
Slim and Slam: A Dime a Dozen?
Leo Cuypers: A two-finger piano player?
Betty Boop For President ...
Rein De Graaff Trio with Pete Christlieb and Ferdinand Povel live
Bunny Berigan (1908-1942)
Eva Taylor and the Peruna Jazzmen
Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers: Moanin' (50)
Jean-Luc Ponty: Enigmatic Ocean
Lester Young Trio: The Giants 3
Joe King Oliver with Mabel's Dream
Jimmy Smith: Confirmation
"Fats Waller" in Tin Pan Alley Cats, one of the Censored Eleven cartoons
Jeff Hamilton Trio in Porgy en Bess
Frank Rosolino
Oscar Aleman su fallecimiento
Clarence Williams: a 1920s genius
Mariano di Nunzio: Trumpet player
Rik Mol in Porgy en Bess
V-Disc Record
Rik Mol-What's On Tonight
1958: Jazz From Carnegie Hall Concerts
Jacob Fischer Trio with Svend Asmussen
Tivolis Big Band: Live
Don Ellis: His Final Years
Don Ellis: His Own Sound
Don Ellis: May Time Restore?
Soundsheets
El Jazz en las venas
Nedly Elstak: trumpeter
The Brazilian tinge
Arne Domnérus (1924-2008)
Sonny Rollins: 78 years
Roda de Choro
Smokey Wood: The Houston Hipster
Aurex Jazz All Stars ( 1982)
Flesh and Blood
Sonny Stitt at the D.J. Lounge
Blue Flamingo: Collector of Dreams
Blue Flamingo: The Spanish Tinge
Giants of Jazz
Brecker Bros
Josephine Baker in Ghent: an unexpected meeting
Hal McKusick Quartet
Haricots Rouges
Lollipops
Cannonball Adderley
Kenny Garrett: Beyond The Wall
Praktica und Dixieland
Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Chico O' Farrill: The Norman Granz Recordings
Till Grünewald: Phonosource
Graham Paige
Wilbur Harden
Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys: Ready For you
Hank Jones - 90 years
Midgets
My Uptown Lowdown Collection
Johnny Griffin (1928-2008)
Piet Kuiters - A True Amsterdammer - 2
Piet Kuiters - A True Amsterdammer - 1
Esther Groenenberg - Oh Meisje
Music On the Antarctic
Philip Catherine - Guitars Two
Ron Carter
Friday 11th of July 2008: North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam
McKinney's Cotton Pickers: 80 years young
Ron Carter-Philip Catherine-Jackie Terrasson Trio
Lloyd Miller in Europe
North Sea Jazz 2008 - Friday 11th of July
Billy Cobham
George Barnes - pioneer of electric jazz
René Didi Duprat - Maitre de musette
Roy Smeck - Stringing Along
Fingerpicking Wizard Still Kicking
Kenny Burrell
Cyrus Chestnut
Dear Mayor ....
Police Stops Hampton Madness
Solitude
Recognition for Oscar Aleman
Le Konitz Nonet
Maurizio Aliffi - Marco Bianchi: Sottomarini e Pattini
Oscar Aleman - Eddie Brunner
Champagne Charlie - Waitin'On Roosevelt
The Murder Of Lee Morgan
Chuck Wayne
Satchmo
Booker Little and Friend
Don Elis: New Ideas
Louis Jordan - Saturday Night Fish Fry
Ben Webster
Piet Kuiters
D*** Hyman
Fundamentos
Gerry Mulligan: Walking Shoes
Janet Klein: Oh!
El gran maestro Argentino de Jazz
Chet Baker
Massimo Farao'
The Rosenberg Trio
Jimmy Raney
This Here Is Bobby Timmons
Salt Peanuts
Franz Jackson remembered-2
Franz Jackson remembered-1
Monty Alexander in concert
Oscar Alemán y su Quinteto de Swing
Tivoli Big Band indentified
Frank Westphal
Monty Alexander
Cotton City Jazz Band in concert
Bobby Previte and Archie Shepp in Middelburg
Rita Reys in Middelburg
Jazz I Denmark: Tivoli Big Band
Janet Klein and her Parlor Boys
John Marshall Quintet:Theme Of No Repeat
International Jazz Festival Middelburg
International Jazz Festival Middelburg
Howard Roberts
Andrew Hill - Grass Roots
Les McCann Ltd.
Billy Strayhorn
Woody Herman '58
Bratislava Hot Serenaders
Eric Dolphy At The Five Spot
Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims
Jutta Hipp: Early Years
John Scofield in Middelburg
Art Van Damme
Arthur Briggs and Noble Sissle
Trio Peter Beets: Tribute to Oscar Peterson
Clifford Brown at the Cotton Club 1956
Taylor's Wailers.
Jon Seiger y sus All-Stars de Argentina.
Bopera House
Trio Peter Beets
Close Farmony
John Scofield Trio
Doctor Jazz Reunion
The Complete Hit of the Week Recordings - volume 3
Orpheon Celesta
Rollins Come Back
Kai Winding's Trombone Panorama
Baker's Holiday
Jazz 625 - Tubby Hayes
Jazz 625 - Johnny Scott
Roy Smeck - The Wizard of the Strings
Jazz 625:Victor Feldman (1965)
Jazz 625: Bill Le Sage (1964)
Jazz 625: Duke Ellington (1964)
Terence Blanchard
Strictly For Music Lovers
Robert Pernet - the musician
Arturo Sandoval in Havana 1986
Metropolis
All-Girl Bands
Forest Jazz Band in the Peninsula Jazz Club
Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else
Roy Hargrove in concert
Harlem Jazz 1925-1937
Billy Taylor
Roy Hargrove in Porgy en Bess
Milestones - 50
The Forest Jazz Band Noosa concert
Ugly Beauty
Vibraphonia
Jimmy Rushing
Dizzy Gillespie and the Electric Mayhem
Savannah Serenaders
Jimmy Smith
Forest Jazz Band
Abe Lyman
Roy Hargrove - 1998
De geschiedenis van de Swing-Musette
Sherman Irby - Big Mama's Biscuits
Elizeth Cardoso-Jacob do Bandolim - a historic concert
Lou McGarity plays Some Like It Hot
Barney Wilen - Jazz sur Seine
Lee Morgan - Taru

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At 1:21pm on March 5, 2011, EDSON LUIZ KRUG said…
     HI DURIUM, NICE TO MEET YOU. IN BRAZIL WE LOVE ALL FREEDOM MUSIC, ALL JAZZ STYLES. BUT IN SOUTH AMERICA IS NOT LIKE USA OR EUROPEANS JAZZ FM STATIONS...FULL TIME BEAT JAZZ... 24 HOURS JAZZ SWING...NO, IN BRAZIL ONLY WEEKLY JAZZ RADIO SHOW. I KNOW THAT BECAUSE I HAVE TWO HOURS WEEK TO INTRODUCE JAZZ, EVERY MONDAY TO 21.00 AT WWW.RADIOLESTE345FM.COM.BR   THIS SITE IS UNDER RE-PAGE RIGHT NOW. DURIUN, I WRITE THIS MESSAGE IN HOPE GET CD-PROMOTE TO PLAY AT STATION. MY FIRST DESIRE IS TRY DIVULGE MORE AND MORE THE GROOVE MUSIC. IMPROVISED MUSIC. THINK ABOUT. REGARDS FROM BRAZIL. EDSON L. KRUG
At 11:32am on February 3, 2010, Durium said…
Thank Peter for your nice words about my blog. It's good to learn that you like it!!

In Heinkenszand live is great - I was raised here, so why should I move? We have some excellent clubs here so we don't ned Amsterdam to enjoy !!

Keep swinging

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keepswinging.blogspot.com
At 12:57pm on January 29, 2010, Peter Berk said…
Durium, thanx for pulling me here.
Amazing collection of Blogs and information!
Thanx man.

How is life at Heinkeszand?
Take care,
Peter
At 11:35am on December 6, 2009, Noelle said…
Dear Hans, thanks for joining the group 'Jazz in The Netherlands', cause you sure paved the path for many of us. Your extensive Jazz archive is simply amazing. You are a true enrichment for jazz!
Greetings from Maastricht,
Noelle
At 7:00am on June 1, 2009, Manee Valentine said…
At 3:53am on June 1, 2009, Sandi said…
Wishing you a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY today!
At 1:39am on June 1, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Happy birthday Pictures, Images and Photos

From all your friends here in The Jazz Network Worldwide!!

~Jaijai
At 4:30pm on April 21, 2009, Bruce C said…
PS...any good footge of the sweet and sadly now gone Blossom Dearie....what a treat she is still to my heart and soul...bc
At 3:53pm on April 21, 2009, Bruce C said…

Thanks again for your expertise and devotion to the art of JAZZ...I learn so much everytime I visit your page and site...you're the "Smithsonian, and the Archives d'Academy of TJN... this pic was from an assignment I had for the agent of Marcus Roberts and Ellis Marsalis...two truly masterful artists...my best to you always bc
At 1:48am on April 4, 2009, Bruce C said…

Well Done Durium...your page is such a fabulous homage, and tour de force of pictures, art, thoughtful blogs, and just incredible amounts of historical presentations of jazz and the history of jazz....perfecton indeed!
I truly admire the talent, devotion, drive, and intellect it took to put this masterpiece of jazz together....Bravo.....and thank you for giving this work of love to this great place for us all to fill our hearts, minds and souls with.

I'll check my shelves in my studio (photo/audio) to see if I have any of the vintage album jackets you're looking for....my very best to you and all those in your life...always b
 
 
 

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