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Miles Davis Sketches Of Spain
180g, DMM, 45rpm vinyl from Doxy. But the way to go is definitely the slightly more expensive HQ-180 RTI pressing in a numbered edition from Sony.




Miles Davis Jazz Track
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film released as Frantic in the US, better known here as Lift To The Scaffold. A neglected Miles, with some of his very best playing. Highly recommended.





Rhodri Davies, Richard Dawson Hen Ogledd
Harp and voice. 'A terrific tug-of-war between two kindred spirits: ravishing gravel melodies, higgledy piggledy rhythms and thick, burbling textures... like an Ocora sampler mashed to billy-o.'





Don Cherry Relativity Suite
Blazing with livity and the spirit of Pandit Pran Nath, leading the JCO in 1973 Charles Brackeen from Strata-East, Frank Lowe, Ed Blackwell, Carla Bley, and spotlighting Selene Fung on ching, a kind of koto.



John Coltrane The Last Trane
The OJC CD is a factory-sealed cut-out, with a small hole drilled in the back of the case, top left.





Roscoe Mitchell, Tony Marsh, John Edwards Improvisations
The AACM legend over two nights in 2012, with John Edwards on double-bass and Tony Marsh on drums. All three play brilliantly together. Staggeringly good music; lovely silk-screened sleeve. Warmly recommended.



Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening
His second Blue Note, from 1969, with Elvin Jones and Jimmy Lyons, like Ghetto Music headily brewing together funky grooves, a gospel street choir, and late-sixties free-form freakery.



Eddie Gale Ghetto Music
1968 leader's debut for the trumpeter, who came up under Kenny Dorham, jammed with Jackie Mac and Trane, chipped into Unit Structures and Of Peace And Love, besides decades with Ra (thing like Lanquidity).