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John Coltrane Giant Steps
Trane's majestic debut for Atlantic. The CD-only alternates are intriguing and not a bore (from several dates in 1959 with various pianists and drummers).



John Coltrane My Favorite Things
With the classic, studio version of the title track. The drummer John Stevens (much-missed) used to rave about Steve Davis, seldom recorded but here on bass.





Roy Ayers Virgo Vibes
His Atlantic debut, in 1967.



Roy Ayers Daddy Bug
Mostly quartet recordings, featuring Herbie and Ron Carter, from 1969, with Gene Orloff taking care of strings, and Jerome Richardson the woodwinds. Sonny Sharrock joins in on the Laura Nyro cover.



That's Why
Norwegian Christian-folk-jazz drawn from the two early-seventies LPs of the Oslo-based group, led by Jan Simonsen and Per Arne Lovold, shepherded by Priest Olaf Hillestad.
No kidding!



Charles Cha Cha Shaw Into Morning
Spiritual free jazz and post-bop from 1976 debut as leader for this veteran of sessions with John Coltrane, Curtis Mayfield, Rashied Ali and co.



Max Roach The Loadstar
With Cecil Bridgewater on trumpet, Billy Harper on tenor sax and Reggie Workman on bass, recorded in Rome on 27 July 1977, originally released on Horo.