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Roland Kirk I Talk With The Spirits
Brilliant flute-work from 1964.



Nina Simone To Love Somebody
From 1969 pulling off fine versions of contemporary rock and pop: three Dylans, a Bee Gees, Suzanne, a Byrds...



Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun
The George Harrison, Just Like A Woman detourned, O-o-h Child, Mr Bojangles... even an uptempo, conga-driven My Way.



Nina Simone Sings The Blues
Her RCA debut from 1967, with Eric Gale and Bernard Purdie amongst others, slow-burning through a killer set-list. RCA CD.



Remi Kabaka Black Goddess
The out, Afro-jazz soundtrack to Ola Balogun's 1979 film.



Jef Gilson
Tremendous retrospective of the protean, but neglected French jazzbo pianist, composer, arranger, label-boss choca with modal gems, a cathedral choir, The Creator Has A Masterplan, Madagascan field recordings.....





Ronnie Scott And Phil Seamen Quintets
Hard bop BBC recordings from 1956. Scott with Jimmy Deuchar on trumpet, Terry Shannon on piano, Lennie Bush on bass and Allan Ganley on drums; Seamen's lineup features Joe Harriott.



Larry Young Larry Young's Fuel
Amazing to think that this Prestige and Blue Note pioneer was still in his thirties by the time of this mid-seventies recording. Turn Off The Lights is super-sexy rare groove booty. The CD is from Get On Down.



Okkyung Lee And Phil Minton Anicca
'Cello and voice trade places, merge and tangle to create a storm, a wave, a crackling fire. But each gust is framed by the hush tones of two strangers meeting for the first time.' Lovely looking.



Lionel Hampton Please Sunrise
Masterful jazz vibes set to Willie Henderson's funky arrangements of Brunswick soul great Eugene Record compositions like Otis Leavill's enraptured Love Uprising.




Sun Ra The Soul Vibrations Of Man
From 1977: flute, poetry and percussion, a flute duet, massed doowop; some great big-band-brass featuring space organ, Ahmed Abdullah's trumpet, and Marshall Allen blasting off. Ace.



Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.