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Pharoah Sanders Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong
With Leon Thomas and a version of Equinox.

JuJu A Message From Mozambique
Plunky and co for Strata East.

Bill Orcutt A New Way To Pay Old Debts
Downright fantastic blood-and-guts solo-guitar free-form blues album. Six tracks added to the CD version, with four of them previously unissued.

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Joe Harriott Partying With Joe
These pricey Gearboxes aren't a Simply Vinyl style con. They painstakingly revive lost recordings, from original tapes, with valve equipment here from a house-party somewhere in East England in 1956.

Dick Morrissey The Girl With The Brown Hair
Previously unissued, with the Michael Garrick Trio in 1964. A studio recording, so Gearbox' restoration efforts really shine. Gorgeous saxophone playing, somewhere between Getz and Rollins. Lovely.

Philip Cohran And The Artistic Heritage Ensemble African Skies
Recorded at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago in 1993, soon after the death of Sun Ra. Spaced out, utterly beautiful, hushed and intimate, with fine harp and Frankiphone playing by Cohran.

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Yusef Lateef The Doctor Is In And Out
With Ron Carter, Anthony Jackson, Dom Um Romao, Al Foster, Billy Butler and full crew, organized by Kenny Barron, in 1976.

Roland Kirk Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle
In Kirk's case, a little hubris can be excused. Here, his wonderful Saxophone Concerto for tenor is pretty much one breath.

Les McCann Talk To The People
Kicks off with a deep What's Going On. With Buck Clarke on percussion.

Ramp Daylight
Backed with Faze-O's Riding High.

Leon Thomas It's My Life I'm Fighting For
Spiritual jazz, the real revolutionary thing, on fire.
Fantastic music.

Sun Ra Strange Worlds In My Mind
Including a 1961 performance of Yochanan's Message To Earthman, the only recordings vocalist Roy Stubbs did with the Arkestra (from 1962), late-50s Chicago recordings, and a 1966 poetry suite.