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Chris McGregor Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath
Inspirational, joyous melding of African dance music and free jazz. The Brotherhood Of Breath's 1971 recording debut, for RCA's Neon imprint, produced by Joe Boyd. Heavy, limited vinyl from Stamford Audio.





McCoy Tyner Today And Tomorrow
Great 1963 recording with John Gilmore, Thad Jones, Frank Strozier, Jimmy Garrison, Elvin Jones, and co. Firing Trane-style modalities, a waltz, Night In Tunisia, downright brilliant soloing it's a classic.



Blue Mitchell The Thing To Do
Mid-eighties US DMM pressing.





N. E. W. NEWtoons
Powerful, fierce free improvisation, crossed with avant-rock, bringing together Steve Noble, John Edwards and Alex Ward. A numbered edition of three hundred, on heavy vinyl, with thick, hand-assembled covers.



Tomasz Stanko Lontano
'The quintessence of experience of sorts. It has some free playing, some reflection, and we also played Komeda's Kattorna. Among my records this is the one I listened to the most after recording.'



Lee Morgan The Cooker
The one-off LP is a mid-eighties Pathe pressing.




Roy Ayers A Tear To A Smile
The CD is in the Verve Originals series.



Joe Henderson Porgy And Bess
Signing off for Verve in 1997, the great tenor saxophonist with Conrad Herwig, John Scofield, Stefon Harris, Tommy Flanagan, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette and Chaka doing Summertime.