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Sun Ra Nuits De La Fondation Maeght, Volume 1
From 1970. A duet sung by Ra and June Tyson; then keyboards announce Shadow World, with the full band featuring Marshall Allen. Finally, The Cosmic Explorer is a spectacular twenty minutes of Moog and various keys....




Dexter Gordon A Swingin' Affair
Kicks off with the rollicking samba Soy Califa; then a ravishing, bittersweet Don't Explain... key Dexter. Recorded the same week as Go! with Sonny Clark on top form throughout. Don't miss Don't Explain.



Joe Henderson Page One
Superb debut as leader with Kenny Dorham, Pete La Roca and McCoy Tyner opening with a top version of Dorham's Blue Bossa.



Billie Holiday Velvet Mood
With a sextet including Sweets Edison and Benny Carter in 1956.



George Moxey Plays Music For Dancing
Caribbean lounge-jazz from the veteran pianist, supported by the Ernest Ranglin Trio. Japanese import.



Leslie Butler We've Only Just Begun
Soul jazz from the jazz pianist plus trio. The first half's a bit soft, before Aquarius marks the dawning of the funky stuff Evil Ways, Shaft, Booty Butt ending with a cooking cover of The Meters' Funky Miracle...




Leon Thomas Spirits Known And Unknown
His best album, with three bonus tracks, including A Night In Tunisia, and a live version of Damn Nam (Ain't Goin' To Vietnam).


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Kenny Cox Clap Clap! The Joyful Noise
Previously unreleased mid-70s jazz intended for the legendary Detroit label Strata Records. Upful, bluesy and soulful, with strong Latin and Caribbean flavours.




Rusty Bryant Returns
Tasty, bluesy soul-jazz and boogaloos from 1969, kicking off a magnificent-seven Prestige sessions. The veteran bar-walker on alto sax with organist Sonny Phillips, and Grant Green in lethal form.



Centipede Septober Energy
Robert Wyatt and co from Soft Machine, King Crimson and Nucleus crew, Dudu Pukwana and Mongezi Feza in amongst a big-band led by Keith Tippett through a four-part suite, produced by Robert Fripp in 1971.



Don Cherry Live In Paris
With the South African bassist Johnny Dyani and Turkish percussionist Okay Temiz (from the Organic Music Society) in 1971; red vinyl, transparent sleeve, run of five hundred copies.



Rhodri Davies Wound Response
Stunning harp improvisation physical and raucous but ecstatic, rhythmically clotted and freely pitched but completely engaging this should sweep you away. Beautifully presented, too.