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Tony Kinsey Mr Percussion
The house drummer of the Flamingo jazz club throughout the fifties, presenting a 1961 date featuring Tubbs and Jimmy Deuchar. Vibes-player Bill Le Sage leads the gorgeous ballad World Of Blue.

Tubby Hayes The Jazz Couriers
In 1957 with Ronnie Scott, originally issued by Tempo. With a Hank Mobley (a big influence) and an Allan Ganley. One of three Hayes' originals is dedicated to 'lovely young actress' Jackie Collins.

Eero Koivistoinen Boots And Roots
Wonderful modal groovers, traneing in from the 1970 Otava LP, For Children (and traneing out into the jazz-funk styles which dominated the decade, and you can hear coming).

William Parker I Plan To Stay A Believer
Firing Curtis interpretations, full of funk and soulfulness, grooving jazz fire, and good old-fashioned revolutionary politics, by this octet with Hamid Drake, Dave Burrell, Leena Conquest, Amiri Baraka.

David S. Ware Onecept
Terrific on the wing and really going for it, with William Parker and Warren Smith. '... time and space, which is a relative thing, on this record, the way in which I'm playing, time and space is collapsing.'

Kenny Clarke, Francy Boland And Company The Golden Eight, Encore!
Kenny Clarke and Jimmy Woode from the US, Francy Boland and Chris Kellens (Belgium), Dusko Gojkovic (Yugoslavia), Raymond Droz (Switzerland), Derek Humble (UK) and Karl Drevo (Austria).

Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band At Her Majesty's Pleasure
Titles inspired by Johnny Griffin's sojourn in Pentonville nick (for outstanding income tax) at the start of a Ronnie Scott's stint earlier in the year. With clarinettist Tony Coe on song; Sahib Shihab and co.

Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band Volcano
A facsimile reissue of the first half of the Ronnie Scott's recordings.

Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band Rue Chaptal
The second half of the 1969 Ronnie Scott's recordings, as originally issued.
With Peter Sellers, Princess Margaret, Samantha Eggar, Amen Corner and the Rolling Stones in the house.

Marty Ehrlich Fables
The fine multi-instrumentalist on clarinets, saxophones and flute, with klezmer specialist Hankus Netsky, in limber interminglings of jazz with Jewish musical traditions. The bass clarinet with accordion is lovely.

Michael Formanek The Rub And Spare Change
The bassist with Tim Berne, Craig Taborn and Gerald Cleaver.

Anat Fort Trio And If
Ravishing, melodic and lyrical, but also poised and alert piano-playing.

Jason Moran Ten
Superb piano trio music, streaming from blues, hiphop, ragtime and co with seamless refinement. Two Conlan Noncarrow covers and a Hendrix sample! Dedicated to Andrew Hill and Jaki Byard; infused with Monk.

Jackie McLean Swing Swang Swingin'
Like a shit-house door with Walter Bishop, Art Taylor and Jimmy Garrison.