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Andrew  Hill Dance With Death
Dazzling 1968 recording (with Charles Tolliver) zinging, reaching bebop, heaped with Cubanismo and the blues.



Jackie McLean Hipnosis
The great Jackie Mac's last Blue Note with Grachan Moncur in 1967.



Sam Rivers Fuchsia Swing Song
Fresh from his stint for Miles, the saxophonist with Tony Williams, Ron Carter and Jaki Byard in 1964 famously meshing the great jazz tradition and the avant-garde in his own path-breaking way.



Andrew Hill Black Fire
His Blue Note debut from 1963, an all-time jazz masterpiece. With Joe Henderson in blistering form, Roy Haynes, Richard Davis.



Donald Byrd Chant
1961 session with Pepper Adams and Herbie Hancock. Kicks off with I'm An Old Cowhand... always a winner.



Bobby Hutcherson Oblique
With Herbie, Joe Chambers and bassist Albert Stinson in 1967 (after Happenings). Smart, swinging, affective stuff. Theme From Blow Up gets a good seeing to.



Donald Alexander Strachan And The Freedom Ensemble Soul Translation
The composer-guitarist-singer (protege of Sam Rivers) leading a legs eleven including Jay Hoggard on vibes through his multi-cultural, spiritual jazz suite, originally out in 1975, on Triad Music Concepts.



Alexander von Schlippenbach The Living Music
With Manfred Schoof, Peter Brotzmann, Michael Pilz, Paul Rutherford, Buschi Niebergall and Han Bennink, in 1969.



Ravi Shankar Improvisations
Eastern jazz from 1962, with Gary Peacock and Bud Shank. Including improvisations on Shankar's theme for Pather Panchali what a great film and two traditional Indian works, Carnatic and Hindustani both.



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Ahmed Abdul-Malik Jazz Sahara
The Monk and Randy Weston bassist cutting loose in a 1958 fusion of jazz and Middle Eastern folk, alternating on oud himself, in amongst violin drones, kanoon, darabeka, drums... and Johnny Griffin. Lovely stuff.



Roland Young Mystiphonic
His third EM, more electronic than before, but still warmly organic, blending his percussion and Kansas City-schooled jazz horn into the oceanic 'comprov'.