Val Wilmer – My Mother, Her Kitchen Table And Jazz

Renowned jazz writer and photographer Val Wilmer takes a look back to a golden time when quiet domesticity gave way to artistic ambitions, a period when her mother's south London home played host to a procession of great musically-minded names, from Charles Mingus and Memphis Slim to Anthony Braxton and Jesse Fuller

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