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Yusef Lateef The Doctor Is In And Out
With Ron Carter, Anthony Jackson, Dom Um Romao, Al Foster, Billy Butler and full crew, organized by Kenny Barron, in 1976.



Roland Kirk Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle
In Kirk's case, a little hubris can be excused. Here, his wonderful Saxophone Concerto for tenor is pretty much one breath.



Les McCann Talk To The People
Kicks off with a deep What's Going On. With Buck Clarke on percussion.



Don Cherry Quintets
Previously unreleased: Copenhagen, 1963, with the New York Contemporary Five (including Tchichai and Shepp); Hilversum, 1966, with Gato Barbieri and Karl Berger.



Ramp Daylight
Backed with Faze-O's Riding High.



Leon Thomas It's My Life I'm Fighting For
Spiritual jazz, the real revolutionary thing, on fire.
Fantastic music.




Basil Kirchin Primitive London
From 1965, the first UK 'mondo' style documentary, with Kirchin scoring the sleazy underbelly of the Capitalís days and nights. From births to deaths via strippers, chicken factories and wife swapping parties.



Sun Ra Strange Worlds In My Mind
Including a 1961 performance of Yochanan's Message To Earthman, the only recordings vocalist Roy Stubbs did with the Arkestra (from 1962), late-50s Chicago recordings, and a 1966 poetry suite.



Sun Ra The Sub-Dwellers
Including 1982 US radio recordings, a medley of six poems from 1966, and a 1968 recording of If You Are Not A Myth. 'Space Poetry Volume Two', of three.



The Young Lions
Wayne Shorter, Frank Strozier, Lee Morgan, Bobby Timmons, Bob Cranshaw, and Louis Hayes taking turns with Albert Heath. The compositions are all Shorter's. A jazz classic.



Carlos Malcolm Don't Walk, Dance!
The Jamaican trombonist, bandleader and percussionist in New York in 1964, feeding Caribbean influences into the city's happening Latin and jazz sounds.