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Miles Davis Bitches Brew
The original album in both formats plus two previously unissued takes and some edits; forty-five minutes live at Tanglewood Festival in 1970; a DVD of a 1969 set for Danish TV; a fifty-page LP-sized book.



Sun Ra A Black Mass
Those Christmas records just keep on coming.
This one's a Jihad, originally, featuring Leroi Jones on a mission.



Freddie Hubbard Groovy
Leading a sextet for the Jazzline label in 1961, with Pepper Adams and Duke Pearson.



Carmen McRae Woman Talk
Two LPs of mid-sixties club dates Woman Talk (with Feelin' Good), at The Village Gate, and Live And Wailing, at The Half Note.



Sun Ra The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra
All three volumes, with each disc enhanced, containing archival photos, critical writings and historical videos, including the eighteen-minute documentary Sun Ra Spaceways.








Kadmon Liverflush
Another lovely, scarce emission from the back-end of the mazy Ethbo: the poet and guitarist David Nettleton, with improv-veteran Roger Smith on the break-beaten A, garbling Krautrock on the B.



Nick Ayoub Quintet The Montreal Scene
Superb, deep, modal jazz from 1964, impeccably reissued on vinyl in Japan, via the new French label Ear This!



David Lee Jr. Evolution
Terrific early seventies new-jazz album by this New Orleans drummer by way of the NYC loft scene, and musical cohorts there like Leon Thomas, Lonnie Liston Smith and Strata East. Choca with moody spiritual vibes.



Kenny Dorham Quiet Kenny
Actually a lovely mixture of swingers, blues and ballads, one of the great trumpeter's most unmissable sets, beautiful stuff, with Tommy Flanagan, Paul Chambers and Art Taylor.



Fred Frith Live In Japan
On tour in 1981, fierce and witty on guitars, violin, piano; and in his own account lit up up by encounters with Keiji Haino, Merzbow and co, and at times physically close to breaking-point.