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Ramsey Lewis Another Voyage
With Phil Upchurch, Cleveland Eaton and Maurice White in Chicago, 1969.




Larry Young Mother Ship
Stupendous, this full of the drive and swing of the great Blue Note organ tradition, but questing, stretching and wild, too.



Tony Allen / Hypnotic Brass Ensemble / Salah Ragab Sankofa / One Tree / Ole
The shimmering, refined funk of Sankofa takes T's Losun for its departure point; the Cairo side is a burning basement session in the Ra big-band tradition, heavy on the percussion and choca with fine solos.




Les McCann Bucket O' Grease
Romping soul jazz Jimmy Castor, Mongo and all the hits with an extended lineup driven along by Leroy Vinnegar's bass and a clutch of percussionists.



Hank Mobley Thinking Of Home
Woody Shaw's a fine spar in this questing hard bop, Mobley's last Blue Note. With Eddie Diehl (guitar), Cedar Walton (piano), Mickey Bass (bass), Leroy Williams (drums). Original LT.



Gabor Szabo Macho
Funky, grooving electric jazz from 1975. Arrangements and production by Bob James; horns by George Bohannon, Jon Faddis and Tom Scott; Harvey Mason, Idris Muhammad and Ralph McDonald on drums and percussion.







Sonny Rollins Soneymoon
1963-66, live in Europe, with different lineups drawn from Don Cherry, Henry Grimes, Billy Higgins, Milt Jackson, Kenny Drew, Percy Heath, Art Blakey, Jimmy Meritt, and Max Roach.




Melvin Jackson Funky Skull
Eddie Harris' bassist with an effects box and such guests as Lester Bowie and Phil Upchurch, vibeing it up like Charles Stepney, those Ramsey Lewis Cadets, or even early Earth, Wind And Fire.