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John Coltrane Ole
The last Atlantic is a masterpiece, modal heaven. Ole is thunderous (two bass players), Aisha a gorgeous ballad. 'George Lane' is Eric Dolphy; Freddie Hubbard's here, too.

Gabor Szabo Jazz Raga
Originally issued by Impulse! in 1967 jazz, rock and psychedelic folk, spiced with sitars and a Latinesque backbeat. With Mizrab, and a cover of Paint It Black. Bernard Purdie is man of the match.

Steve Coleman Harvesting Semblances And Affinities
A triumphant return to recording for the influential M-Base flagship, The Five Elements. Bristling and oblique, yet flowing and bracing. The playing is brilliant throughout; singer Jen Shyu tears it down.

Don Rendell Manumission
A quartet with Graham Bond, in 1962.

Evan Parker And Sten Sandell Psalms
Six improvisations on saxophone and church organ, recorded at St. Peter's in Whitstable.

Next Stop... Soweto Volume 3
Jazz in South Africa, 1963-1978, ranging freely across bluesy, jive, fusion and spiritual jazz styles: jubilantly entertaining.

Bobby Jackson The Cafe Extra-Ordinaire Story
Deeply grooving modal jazz from Minneapolis, 1970, the pet project of a jazz activist and nightclub-owner (and the bassist here) with burning horns, Bobby Lyle and Hubert Eaves on keys.

Lorez Alexandria Early In The Morning, Deep Roots
Superb jazz singing the two early-sixties LP, with extras, including two versions of Baltimore Oriole.

John Coltrane At Temple University 1966
Very late, ecstatic performances, previously unissued, including a free-wheeling Naima. With Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane, Jimmy Garrison and Rashied Ali.

Susanna List Of Lights And Buoys
Her debut, with Jolene finally on vinyl.

Thelonious Monk  The Life And Times Of An American Original Robin D.G. Kelley
Judging by the first few chapters, this is a tremendous biography, completely sussed profound empathy, political nous, and a love of the music in door-stopping measure. Looking forward to it a lot.

Georgie Fame Mod Classics 1964-1966
Jazz, soul and rhythm and blues by this pivotal figure, from the LPs Live At The Flamingo, and Sound Venture, with the cream of UK jazzmen. Swinging Soho does Stax, Latin, Stevie, Louis Jordan, Mose, Oscar Brown...

I Spy Music From The TV Series
Jazzy thrills and spills, composed and conducted by Earle Hagen.