New CD from The Allan Ganley Jazz Legacy
"June Time" - available now!

"No-one in his generation was more gifted or more dedicated to the creation of jazz than Allan Ganley, one of our music's finest drummers and most original composers.  I am proud to have been a friend of this remarkable musician". 
Sir John Dankworth

"June Time" is the much-anticipated album of Allan Ganley's big band arrangements and compositions.  Named after a track on the album composed by Allan, dedicated to his wife, June.


The album is a mixture of well-known (and some not so well-known) standards, plus some familiar jazz pieces all arranged by Allan, as well as several original compositions.  The common thread running throughout, is Allan's original big band arranging skill that makes his music so enjoyable to the listener and equally enjoyable for the musicians to play.

CDs are priced at £10 each.  To purchase a copy of the CD please email

The Allan Ganley Jazz Legacy big band personnel are:

Saxes:                       Andy Mackintosh, Julian Seigel, Alan Barnes, Roy Willox, 
                                   Jimmy Hastings

Trumpets:                  Simon Gardner, Tony Fisher, Henry Lowther, Martin Shaw,
                                   Mike Lovatt

Trombones:               Mark Nightingale, Cliff Hardie, Gordon Campbell, Bill Geldard,
                                    Ashley Horton

Piano:                        John Horler

Bass:                          Malcolm Creese

Drums:                        Mike Smith

Guitar:                        Phil Lee

Musicial Director:      Andy Panayi

Producer:                   Keith Mansfield

Huge thanks go to all the musicians who have given of their time so generously and made this the fabulous album that we wanted it to be.  Our heartfelt gratitude also goes to the album's sponsors, Tony & Claire Laughton, Keith Mansfield, Brian & Val Peerless, Ben Darnton (Ben's Collector's Records), Nigel & Deborah Tully and Bernard David without whom the making of this album would not have been possible.  And finally, our love and thanks to the "executive team" of Keith Mansfield, Cliff Hardie, Mark Nightingale and Andy Panayi who worked so hard behind the scenes to make this happen. xxx