Remembering a British jazz legend

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Remembering a British jazz legend

Tubby Hayes was a regular face around Soho in the 50s and 60s, performing in jazz clubs with Ronnie Scott.

His music can be heard on the soundtracks of films like 'The Italian Job' and 'Alfie'. But despite that he's been largely forgotten.

 A film has now been made to remember the British jazz legend.

Tubby Hayes - A Man In A Hurry is narrated by actor Martin Freeman and charts the musician's rise to fame before his untimely death aged 38.

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