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Hannibal Marvin Peterson The Tribe
Blistering jazz-tentet date from 1976, in the full-blooded Black Jazz, Strata East manner, never properly released till now.



Oliver Lake Ntu: Point From Which Creation Begins
The illustrious saxophonist's 1971 recording was his debut as leader, originally released five years later by Arista-Freedom. With Joseph Bowie, Don Moye and Charles Bobo Shaw. Grooving, spiritual; great stuff.



Misha Mengelberg, Steve Lacy, George Lewis, Arjen Gorter, Han Bennink Change Of Season (Music Of Herbie Nichols)
Superb interpretations of these great, tricky compositions, with marvellous improvising. Outstanding Mengelberg, Lacy and Lewis. A jazz classic, warmly recommended.







Yoshi Wada Singing In Unison
Modal vocal improvisations by Richard Hayman, Imani Smith, Wada himself a deeply meditative blend of Zen Buddhist chants, YW's time with Pandit Pran Nath, Smith's Sufism, Fluxus avant-gardism.



Bud Powell The Amazing Bud Powell Volumes 1 And 2
His blazing, Blue Note masterpieces utterly essential, genius bebop-piano.



Lee Morgan Volume 3
1957: Lee Morgan (trumpet), Gigi Gryce (alto sax, flute), Benny Golson (tenor sax), Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Charlie Persip (drums). LP from Doxy.




The Pyramids King Of Kings
Their 'warm and infectious spiritual jazz masterpiece' from 1974; perhaps the most accessible, rhythm-and-blues of the three records issued privately on their own imprint.



The Pyramids Lalibela
Cut in Ohio in 1973 after Idris and Margot Ackamoor, Kimathi Asante, and Donald Robinson got back from Africa 'an urgent, beautiful and massive two track suite of propulsive afrodelic cosmic earth groove'.




Sonny Clark Blues In The Night
Blue Note trio date with Paul Chambers and Wes Landers, in 1958.