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Miles Davis Agharta
An afternoon in Osaka, 1975. With an On The Corner kind of gang Sonny Fortune, Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and Mtume. 'The greatest electric funk-rock jazz record ever made' (Allmusic).



Brigitte Fontaine Comme A La Radio
With the Art Ensemble Of Chicago in 1971, her masterpiece. The eight-minute title track is a total KO dazed, alluring, urgent surrealism over deep, funky jazz but the whole thing is sensational, a stone classic...



Serge Gainsbourg Percussions
Surprising, percussive Afro-jazz, recorded by Alain Gouraguer in 1964, with the hits New York USA and Couleur Cafe.





Sun Ra Bad And Beautiful
The second NYC LP, from 1961, Ra on piano leading a three-saxes sextet away from the big-band Chicago sound, into the unknown. Plenty of Gilmore. Exotic Two is a terrific percussion-and-piano original.




N.E.W. Motion
Terrific trio improvisations recorded at Eastcote Studios, London: Steve Noble, John Edwards, and Alex Ward (playing electric guitar). Silkscreened sleeve, limited run. HOT says Thurston Moore's sleevenotes.



Thelonious Monk Monk
With Art Blakey, Frank Foster and Sonny Rollins in 1953-4. A sublime Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; unmissable stuff like Hackensack. Sleeve artwork by Andy Warhol.



John Coltrane Jazz Way Out
From the 1958-59 sessions which produced the Savoy LPs Gold Coast and Dial Africa, originally issued under the name of fluegelhornist Wilbur Harden. Curtis Fuller and Tommy Flanagan, too.



John Coltrane Stardust
Prestige sides cut during his last months with Miles. With Paul Chambers, Red Garland, Jimmy Cobb. Audiophile clear vinyl.



John Coltrane The Believer
The 1958-9 Prestige, in fact headed up by the tuba player Ray Draper. The title-track is a McCoy Tyner composition; a young Freddie Hubbard is outstanding. Bassist Spanky DeBrest is a name to savour.



John Coltrane Ballads
JC plays beautifully, of course, showing his conservative detractors what-for; McCoy Tyner brings it on. Audiophile Clear Vinyl.



Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins Live At The Hillcrest Club, 1958
Monumental Ornette. Bley is nominal leader; Ornette bosses things, running free with Cherry. The Blessing, a Bird, an Eldridge, Ramblin'... The complete show, decently recorded, on audiophile clear vinyl.