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Edward Larry Gordon Celestial Vibration
A private pressing from 1978 (though he went on to record for Eno on EG). Gently spiritual, hypnotic excursions on open-stringed zither and kalimba.


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P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble Winter Winds
The complete works of the Bay Area vibraphonist, 1968-70: deep, modal, spiritual jazz.
Beautifully boxed and presented.


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Esther Marrow Sister Woman
Classy gospel soul, with a drop of funk and a couple of heavy breaks with the early-70s Fantasy gang including Bernard Purdie and Richard Tee; The Reflections backing; ace horns; Van Gelder engineering.




Sun Ra I Am Strange
Sensational but poignant spoken-word and organ wonders, never out before, which may make you ponder again the camp flamboyance of Ra. Kicking off a fine label series collecting unhinged early Arkestra doowop and co...




Decoy The Deep
Alexander Hawkins at the Hammond C3, alongside two label stalwarts, in trio improvisations for Bo' Weavil's new, handsome, very limited Sidra Editions.



Krewe Of Eris The Feasts Of The Appetites Of Eris
Beautifully sleeved, enjoyable field recording of a sixty-two piece Mardi Gras marching band, brass and percussion, doing seven originals and a cover, with their own soundtrack of paraders, sirens, bottles.



Kellee Patterson Maiden Voyage
The recording debut of this former Miss Indiana, future disco queen, with a nice Herbie.


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Roland Young Istet Serenade
'Spaced acid drones of acoustic chill, embracing electronic, ambient, world, avant garde, cosmic, free and chamber jazz MUSIC.'



John Coltrane Bags And Trane
Well-matched with Milt Jackson (and Hank Jones, Paul Chambers and Connie Kay) in 1959. Stretching out in two Jackson compositions and three standards. One-off Japanese Warner-Pioneer press from 1972.



Miles Davis Walkin'
The twenty-eight-year-old with Horace Silver, Lucky Thompson and JJ and you remember Dave Schildkraut not really walkin' at all.



Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary
With Gary Bartz, Charles Tolliver, Stanley Cowell, and Andy Bey.