Leo Green - Credits - Jools Holland

Jools Holland

  • Small World Big Band (2001)
  • Swing Album (2001)
  • Jools Holland's Big Band (2002)
  • More Friends: Small World Big Band, Vol. 2 (2002)
  • Swinging the Blues Dancing the Ska (2005)

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    Naggers always know what they are doing. They weigh up the risks, then they go on and on and on until they get what they want or until they get punched.
    —Jools Holland (b. 1958)