Daryl Runswick
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The streaming links below are mostly
to recordings from the 1970s
            – a period when I appeared on record
with bands such as Phil Woods, Ray Russell,
Atlantic Bridge, Henry Lowther, Jon Hendricks, Blossom Dearie, Harry Beckett, Al Haig... not to mention my long association with Cleo Laine
and John Dankworth. (You can still get lots of
these recordings.)
               But below are links to my recordings
with my own quintets, quartets and big bands,
plus a couple of interesting extras.  

 

The Daryl Runswick Quintet, 1972

Henry Lowther, Mike Osborne, John Taylor, John Marshall.
BBC Radio Jazz Club.

The Daryl Runswick Quintet, 1973

Kenny Wheeler, Mike Osborne, Tony Hymas, Harold Fisher.
BBC Radio Leicester recording.

The Daryl Runswick Quartet, 1973
This session is on the 'Jazz Years' CD, so no streaming.

Don Rendell, Alan Branscombe, Spike Wells.
BBC Radio Jazz Club.

The Tony Hymas/Daryl Runswick
Big Band, 1974

Martin Drover, Kenny Wheeler, Henry Lowther; Ray Warleigh,
Stan Sulzman, Don Rendell; Terry Johns, Chris Pyne, Dave Horler,
Cliff Bevan; Frank Ricotti, Tony Hymas, Spike Wells.
BBC Jazz in Britain.

The Daryl Runswick Quartet, 1974

Stan Sulzman, Tony Hymas, Spike Wells.
BBC Radio Jazz Club.

The Daryl Runswick Quartet, 1975

Stan Sulzman, Tony Hymas, Harold Fisher.
BBC Radio Leicester recording.

El Plantano, 1978

Norma Winstone; Tony Coe, Henry Lowther, Don Harper, Phil Lee,
Dick Abel, Mike McKenzie, Alan Branscombe, Harold Fisher,
Chris Karan, Tony Carr. Unissued LP.

The Daryl Runswick Quartet, 1978

Alan Skidmore, Mick Pyne, Harold Fisher.
BBC Radio Jazz Club.

Some early recordings

The London Jazz Four, Kenny Wheeler, Tubby Hayes,
The Ian Hamer Sextet.

Esther Marrow live at Ronnie
Scott's, 1971

Esther Marrow, Kenny Barron, Daryl Runswick, John Marshall.

Song of the Double Bass Player
This is on the 'Jazz Years' CD, so no streaming.

The legendary Clive James/Daryl Runswick song
from Cambridge, 1967.