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Sun Ra The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra
'Space jazz reverie' is right. A seven-piece recorded by Tom Wilson for Savoy in 1961. Ra on piano; lots of great tunes. New Day is classic Arkestra bass, cymbals, hand percussion and Gilmore's bass clarinet.



Donald Byrd Free Form
At his peak, with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock in 1961. Pentecostal Feeling and the rest. Zinging outward-bound hard-bop. LP from Doxy.



Jack Costanzo Mr Bongo Has Brass
The master percussionist's solo debut, for Zephyr in 1956, leading the horns through crime-jazz and Latinized dancers, with plenty of his old-boss Stan Kenton in the mix.



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McCoy Tyner Inception
Four MT originals recorded in January 1962 with Elvin Jones and Art Davis (so it's the JC quartet without JC, reining things in a little).



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Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco
Inspired, legendary fusion of sixties modal jazz and flamenco, with members of Tete Montoliu's group, and none other than Paco DeLucia, dazzling on electric guitar.



Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco 2
The Vampisoul CD combines both LPs, Jazz Flamenco and Jazz Flamenco 2.




Jamaaladeen Tacuma For The Love Of Ornette
It isn't, of course with its own thriving lineup, diverse material, and funky old Tacuma himself but this is so suffused with his genius, and with his playing all over it, at times it's like a new Ornette album...