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Jan Garbarek Twelve Moons
Rainer Bruninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Manu Katche drums; Marilyn Mazur percussion; Agnes Buen Garnas, vocal; Mari Boine, vocal.



Andras Schiff J.S. Bach, Goldberg Variations
The New York Times — 'Mr Schiff is, in Bach, a phenomenon. He has quite simply internalized this music. He doesn’t so much perform it as emit, breathe it.'



Supersilent 9
Hats off to the Oslo lot, back with such fascinating, dauntless, new-broom musicality after the departure of their drummer — the trio grappling beatlessly, intently with Hammonds, in the deep space charted by Ra.



John Zorn Femina
Writing in his best jumpcut style for an all-female, downtown-NY sextet — violin, cello, harp, piano, percussion, electronics — in honour of women in the Arts. With a 52-page booklet of images by Kiki Smith.



Phil Seamen The Late Great Phil Seamen
A wide-ranging tribute to the greatest European drummer of all time — solo, and in groups led by Joe Harriott, Harold McNair, Stan Tracey, Dizzy Reece, Victor Feldman, Tony Coe, Kenny Graham and co.



Chris McGregor Up To Earth
The Septet in 1969 — with Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, John Surman, Mongezi Feza, Barre Phillips taking turns with Danny Thompson.



Reuben Wilson Love Bug
Trying to figure out a way through soul jazz, in 1969, with a great band — Lee Morgan, George Coleman, Idris Muhammad and some hot Grant Green.



The Pyramids Birth, Speed, Merging
Their last record, from 1975 — 'a psychedelic afrojazz stunner... celebratory, carnivalesque and wholly in the groove. Features the burning classic Black Man And Woman Of The Nile.'




Carla Bley Carla's Christmas Carols
With Steve Swallow and The Partyka Brass Quintet — and the brilliant arranging you'd expect, radiant and scrupulous, twinklingly awakening from the deep tunes like Away In A Manger, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.



Tomasz Stanko Dark Eyes
With new cohorts from Finland and Denmark — electric bass and guitar bringing a new tension and urgency — this is by turns fierce and hard, swinging and sparse, lyrical and mournful.




Ralph Towner And Paolo Fresu Chiarascuro
Duets by trumpet, or French horn, and guitar.