The inclusion, in the new issue, of a review by Philip Clark which includes comments about musicians associated with jazz and improvised music prompts me to wonder if a page of the magazine might be devoted to this area of music each month. A search of the archive shows that it was once a feature of Gramophone, with Charles Fox writing about such great players as Anthony Braxton and Derek Bailey. Philip Clark would be just the person to write about this music as he is well aware of the worth of musicians such as those he mentions in his review ( Wadada Leo Smith, Eddie Prevost etc.) as against those deemed to be 'acceptable' to a classical audience (Brad Mehldau, Keith Jarrett etc.).