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Martial Solal Breathless (A Bout de Souffle)
Fresh, sexy, cool original-soundtrack to the Jean Luc Godard's 1960 masterpiece. The superb pianist had already worked with Django Reinhardt, Sidney Bechet and Don Byas, among others. Lovely.



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Harry Whitaker Black Renaissance
The pianist genius arranger behind We Live In Brooklyn Baby, Jagger The Dagger, Feel Like Makin' Love with Azar Lawrence, Woody Shaw, Buster Williams and co in 1976. Heavy, modal, soulful, ace.



Bill Evans Waltz For Debby
The undisputed jazz classic, recorded live at The Village Vanguard in New York on June 25, 1961. With Scott LaFaro ten days before his death in a car accident and Paul Motian. DMM, 45rpm.



Kenny Dorham, Jackie McLean Inta Somethin'
Live at the Jazz Workshop in San Francisco, at the close of 1961. Jackie Mac is in terrific form. Tearing version of Una Mas a year before the Blue Note. Leroy Vinnegar, Walter Bishop, Art Taylor.






Miles Davis Steamin'
With Coltrane, Red Garland, Philly Joe and Paul Chambers. Steamin' is right... Usually rated the best of the groupin' with Cookin', Relaxin' and Workin'.



Abbey Lincoln Abbey Is Blue
With Philly Joe and Max Roach, Wynton Kelly and Cedar Walton, the Turrentines, Julian Priester, Kenny Dorham and co, in 1959, her third Riverside. Curtain-up with a great version of Afro-Blue.





Django Reinhardt And Stephane Grappelli With The Quintet Of The Hot Club Of France
London recordings, 1938-46, following the group from early years towards disbandment in 1948, and featuring the incredible violin work of Stephane Grappelli.



Django Reinhardt And Stephane Grappelli Parisian Swing
1930s recordings from both Paris and London, including masterpieces like Djangology and Ultrafox.



Max Roach Deeds, Not Words
Intriguing 1958 line-up: Ray Draper on tuba, Booker Little, George Coleman, Art Davis.