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Paul Metzger Medusa's Lair
His modified guitar in a Twin Cities' trio with Milo Fine (drums, clarinet, prepared piano remains, voice) and Davu Seru (drums). A handful pressed.




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Patty Waters College Tour
With different lineups in 1966, including pianists Ran Blake, Burton Greene and Dave Burrell; and Giuseppi Logan.



John Coltrane Coltrane Time
With Cecil Taylor and Kenny Dorham, Chuck Israels and Louis Hayes fine bebop; and a gripping struggle to keep a slippery lid on the transgressiveness to come. Also known as Drive.



Chris McGregor Up To Earth
The Septet in 1969 with Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, John Surman, Mongezi Feza, Barre Phillips taking turns with Danny Thompson.



Reuben Wilson Love Bug
Trying to figure out a way through soul jazz, in 1969, with a great band Lee Morgan, George Coleman, Idris Muhammad and some hot Grant Green.



The Pyramids Birth, Speed, Merging
Their last record, from 1975 'a psychedelic afrojazz stunner... celebratory, carnivalesque and wholly in the groove. Features the burning classic Black Man And Woman Of The Nile.'



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Gary Bartz Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru
Treading righteously out of the sixties, into a new jazz era landmark recordings, Andy Bey tearing up the mic, Ron Carter and co, New York, 1970-1.



Haki R. Madhubuti Rise Vision Comin'
Classic, anthemic Black Jazz, twelve and a half minutes long, reissued by the Slow To Speak crew (in their Feedback series, not silk-screened, but with a Japanese-style obi).



Andrew Hill Point Of Departure
A cor-blimey line-up, and a masterpiece, recorded on the first day of spring in 1964. Dorham, Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Richard Davis, Tony Williams.


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Chris McGregor Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath
Inspirational, joyous melding of African dance music and free jazz. The Brotherhood Of Breath's 1971 recording debut, for RCA's Neon imprint, produced by Joe Boyd. Heavy, limited vinyl from Stamford Audio.