Your basket is empty


We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards:

Pay pal credit cards

Join our mailing list
Baby Face Willette Behind The 8 Ball
Ben White on guitar, Jerold Donovan on drums, Gene Barge on alto. Song Of The Universe kicks off in an atmosphere of inspiration, and just takes off. Great, great organ jazz.




The Trio
Barre Phillips, Stu Martin and John Surman recording for Dawn in 1970. A free jazz classic.



Sun Ra Continuation
Late-sixties... with Marshall Allen on Jupiterian flute and Danny Thompson on Neptunian libflecto. 'Great slow blues, creepy space voice, very cool space-exotica, crazed circus fanfare and a cacophonous romp.'





Cosmic Eye Dream Sequence
Amancio D'Silva's amazing side-long ragas: modal, hypnotic, psychedelic Indo Jazz from 1972. The first legitimate reissue; remastered from the original master tapes; 180g vinyl; rare photos, decent notes.



Michel Magne Musique Tachiste
Vannier collaborator births Finders Keepers' new imprint with a late-sixties knockabout conceptual-pop riposte to musique concrete: found sound, industrial noise, piano jazz, avant orchestration, signature cimbalom...



Donald Byrd Kofi
Ace, key DB. 'The perfect bridge between his spacey late-60s attempts to mimic Miles, and his tighter early-70s jazz-funk with the Mizells.' Trumpet-tenor-flute; Duke Pearson on electric piano.



Horace Parlan Happy Frame Of Mind
Alongside Grant Green, Booker Ervin and Johnny Coles, no less, outward bound in 1963. You can hear in his wonderful playing that the Mingus pianist had polio as a kid, partially crippling his right hand.



Don Cherry Live In Stockholm
Previously unreleased music from 1968 and 1971 with Maffy Falay, Bernt Rosengren, Okay Temiz, Torbjorn Hultcrantz, Tommy Koverhult, Leif Wennerstrom and Rolf Olsson.



Dexter Gordon One Flight Up
Moody Paris jams from 1964 with Donald Byrd and Kenny Drew. Byrd's sweetly soulful Tanya extends 18 minutes; Drew's Coppin' is minor-key, modal soul jazz; the ballad is full-force DG, big and hurting.



Grachan Moncur III Some Other Stuff
The master-trombonist's great, second Blue Note a 1964 recording with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Cecil McBee and Anthony Williams. It's more reaching than Evolution. You need both. Don.




Otomo Yoshihide Piano Solo
A rare show: the piano as a control matrix for harmonically rich feedback tones and devastating clusters of complex noise. Beautifully rendered at 45rpm.