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Kenny Graham Moondog And Suncat Suites
Half covers, half original homage the landmark British jazz response to Moondog, from 1956. A baker's dozen players, including Stan Tracey and Phil Seamen, engineered by Joe Meek, produced by Denis Preston.



Booker Ervin Hip Cake Walk
With organist Don Patterson and drummer Billy James; soul jazz from 1964.



Interviews And Essays Sun Ra
Plenty of errors (Languidity? With folk maestro Richard Thompson on bass?), and enough hot air to stick Branson on the moon, but some engrossing interviews, too.





Mary Lou Williams Zoning
Mary Elfrieda Scruggs is from the Big Band tradition, and quite pedagogical about it, but you can hear Trane in Black Christ Of The Andes, and Tyner in this 1974 trio date.



George Benson Erotic Moods
With the funky, bad-ass Smoking Cheeba-Cheeba. A bit of a skeleton in the closet, surely the debauched transition from Wes Montgomery-styled 60s soul jazz, to the urbane sophistication of his super-stardom.




Edward Larry Gordon Celestial Vibration
A private pressing from 1978 (though he went on to record for Eno on EG). Gently spiritual, hypnotic excursions on open-stringed zither and kalimba.



David S. Ware Saturnian
Wonderful, profound solos on saxello, stritch and tenor saxophone, recorded live at the end of 2009.



P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble Winter Winds
The complete works of the Bay Area vibraphonist, 1968-70: deep, modal, spiritual jazz.
Beautifully boxed and presented.




Paul Motian Lost In A Dream
With Chris Potter and Jason Moran.