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Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Alyo
Alyo is the hardest, funkiest track from the album (with Malcolm from The Heliocentrics on drums); Flipside wobbles and woozes, tippy-toes and pirouettes, with Mingus in its b-boy bones.



Freddie Hubbard Sky Dive
From 1972, featuring Povo. Roomy and grooving, with a legs eleven of brass and woodwinds brilliantly arranged by Don Sebesky and George Benson, Keith Jarrett, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Airto and Ray Barretto.



The Eddie Fisher Quintet The Third Cup
The guitarist recorded at Oliver Sain's St Louis studio in 1969 but the best stuff here isn't funk, it's shimmering, limber, spare steppers. With organ and a second, rhythm guitar, and one Paul Jackson on bass.




Nathan Davis The Best Of '65-76
A fine selection from recordings in France, Germany, Turkey, Yugoslavia and the US his unsung saxophones and flute in settings from deeply spiritual, to funky, to hauntingly modal, and jazz to Middle Eastern.


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Odean Pope The Misled Children Meet Odean Pope
The veteran jazzbo hard-funking it up with the Clutchy Hopkins lot from Luv N Haight, and with a stiff slug of Ethiopiques in the mix. Intriguing label, too. Warmly recommended.


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School Me! Volume One 1968-1975
Wonderful selection of funk, jazz and psych by US high school stage bands and university lab and jazz ensembles, tirelessly extracted from a zillion micro-pressed, locally-sold LPs.



Roland Young Isophonic Boogie Woogie
An Afro-Steve Reich-style kalimba. Then come electric bass clarinet, soprano sax, bells, chimes and electronics. Sparse, spaced and meditative this is highly recommended. And on vinyl now. Another EM detonation.



Sabu Martinez Burned Sugar
Ultra heavy jazzy funk recorded for Swedish National Radio in 1973, but never before released. With Polish heavyweight Wlodek Gulgowski on keyboards.



Sabu Martinez And Sahib Shihab Winds And Skins
Mind-blowing blasts of mean and evilly funked-up jazz from 1978, lighting the way from Bitches Brew to modern projects like Kieran Hebden And Steve Reid. Saxophone and five percussionists. Essential.



Byard Lancaster Saint John Coltrane
Nice little gift of a record, experimental and a bit dodgy, but laidback and veteran, full of love.



Nicola Conte Rituals
Expertly swinging jazz dance, with fine vocals from the likes of Kim Sanders and Jose James.


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