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Patty Waters College Tour
With different lineups in 1966, including pianists Ran Blake, Burton Greene and Dave Burrell; and Giuseppi Logan.



Build An Ark Love Pt. 1
Michael White, Mia Doi Todd, Phil Ranelin, Dwight Trible, and co, and influences from Neil Young and Joni Mitchell to Pharoah Sanders and Alice Coltrane, coralled by Carlos Nino through their third album.



John Coltrane Coltrane Time
With Cecil Taylor — and Kenny Dorham, Chuck Israels and Louis Hayes — fine bebop; and a gripping struggle to keep a slippery lid on the transgressiveness to come. Also known as Drive.



Gabor Szabo Bacchanal
The Bacchanal and 1969 LPs.



Graham Collier Directing 14 Jackson Pollocks
A long new work, and fresh looks at compositions from throughout the career of this great, neglected jazzer — setting out from a kind of British composite of Carla Bley, Mingus, Gil Evans and the Duke. Tremendous.




Pat Metheny Offramp
Playing guitar and guitar synthesizer in 1981 with Lyle Mays on keyboards,Steve Rodby, bass, Nana Vasconcelos on percussion and berimbau, Dan Gottlieb drumming.



Anouar Brahem Barzakh
From 1990 — a trio with oud, violin and percussion.



John Abercrombie Timeless
The guitarist recorded in 1974 with Jan Hammer — organ, synthesizer, piano — and Jack DeJohnette.



Jan Garbarek Afric Pepperbird
Playing tenor and bass saxophones, clarinet, flutes, percussion, in 1970 — with Terje Rypdal, guitar and bugle, Arild Andersen bass, african thumb piano and xylophone, and Jon Christensen, percussion.



Eleni Karaindrou Ulysses' Gaze
Music written for Angelopoulos' film, featuring the viola of Kim Kashkashian, alongside oboe, accordion, voice, trumpet, french horn and cello.



Susanne Abbuehl Compass
Two songs based on Berio’s Folk Songs cycle, tunes by Sun Ra and Chick Corea with her own words, and four Joyce settings.