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Gary Bartz Harlem Bush Music - Uhuru
Treading righteously out of the sixties, into a new jazz era landmark recordings, Andy Bey tearing up the mic, Ron Carter and co, New York, 1970-1.



Booker Ervin The Complete Songbook Sessions
The essential jazz music of his 1963-64 Quartet emotional dynamite, full of fire and hurt, like the heartbreaking I Can't Get Started.











Haki R. Madhubuti Rise Vision Comin'
Classic, anthemic Black Jazz, twelve and a half minutes long, reissued by the Slow To Speak crew (in their Feedback series, not silk-screened, but with a Japanese-style obi).



Revolutionary Ensemble Vietnam
Spacey, original, uncompromising improvisation, from 1972, coming out of the AACM, with a striking lineup: Jerome Cooper on percussion, Sirone on bass, Leroy Jenkins on violin.



Anouar Brahem The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Crafted, swinging, soulful Middle Eastern jazz, led by oud and bass clarinet. Dedicated to the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. (Why he didn't win the Nobel Prize isn't a mystery.)



Walt Dickerson Tell Us Only The Beautiful Things
The great jazz vibraphonist with Andrew Cyrille and Wilbur Ware in 1975, in two gorgeous, extended, free, meditative, spiritual, reaching masterworks.



Monette Sudler Where Have All The Legends Gone?
Good to see this Philadelphian guitarist back, in this warm, spontaneous session (with John Betsch drumming), covering Stanley Cowell, Doug Carn and Wayne Shorter, and Bill Withers, in amongst her originals.