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Hilton Felton The Best Of Hilton Felton 1970-74
Early seventies, private-press soul jazz from early-seventies Washington DC, in the fat-and-funky tradition of Grant Green, Lonnie Smith and Brother Jack McDuff.




Peter Brotzmann, Steve Noble, John Edwards The Worse The Better
Inaugurating the record label of the wonderful East London venue, with a recording of the stunning opening set of this trio in a January 2010 residency. 180g vinyl beautifully pressed; silkscreened sleeve.



Ornette Coleman In All Languages
Original copies of the 1987 double-LP: OC on one record with Don Cherry, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins; on the other with Prime Time... Bern Nix, Denardo, Jamaaladeen Tacuma and co.



Sedition Ensemble Regeneration Report
Hot 1981 mix of ESG-style no wave, revolutionary jazz rap, Latin, loft harmolodics and plain old nasty funk, with players from Prime Time and Defunkt, and the bands of Rollins, Eddie Gayle and Johnny Pacheco.




Archie Shepp Four For Trane
Shepp's Impulse! debut, co-produced by Coltrane and featuring four of his compositions, arranged for four horns, including Wayne Shorter's brother Alan, and the one and only Roswell Rudd. 180g vinyl.



Tubby Hayes Tippin'
The Jazz Couriers live in the Tivoli Restaurant in the seaside town of Morecambe, 1959. Tubbs is on fire, tearing in on a Horace Silver, out on a Stitt.



Joe McPhee Creole Gardens (A New Orleans Suite)
On alto saxophone and pocket trumpet, with Michael Zerang on drums.



Julius Hemphill, Peter Kowald Live At Kassiopeia
Previously unissued live duo concert from 1987, with a full disc of stunning, extended solo improvisations from both, on alto sax and double bass, and some terrific interplay on the second.



Miles Davis In A Silent Way
'A transcendental new music which flushes categories away and, while using musical devices from all styles and cultures, is defined mainly by its deep emotion and unaffected originality' (Lester Bangs). 180g LP.


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Miles Davis Nefertiti
Fourth and last of the classic quintet albums with Shorter, Hancock, Carter and Williams. Mostly written by Herbie and Wayne Shorter a valediction to hard bop, without the old-school machismo.


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