Ffeil / File 28/9 - The Salubrious Rhythm Company

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The Salubrious Rhythm Company


  • 1999-2004 (Creation)

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Material relating to the blues and poetry band The Salubrious Rhythm Company, of which Jen Wilson was a member, including posters and flyers; playlists, poetry and song lyrics; press cuttings; and correspondence, largely between band members.

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  • English
  • Welsh

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Photographs relating to this section are kept separately and may be accessed on request.
Location: Photo book 3778 (reference number 99923642302419)
For Nigel Jenkins, see also Jen Wilson: Swansea Writers' and Artists' Group; also Nigel Jenkins Papers (at NLW).
For Zen and the Art of Thelonious Monk, see Jen Wilson: Publications: Published articles.

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Formed in 1999, The Salubrious Rhythm Company were composed of Jen Wilson (keyboards), Nigel Jenkins (harmonica) and John Barnie (guitar). Their performances combined blues music with poetry readings.

John Barnie (b. 1941) is a poet and freelance writer and was formerly editor of the cultural periodical Planet: The Welsh Internationalist.

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  • Text: Jazz Heritage Wales Archive 28/9 (Box 31)