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Anouar Brahem Thimar
John Surman, bass clarinet and soprano saxophone; Dave Holland, double-bass.



Anouar Brahem Astrakan Cafe
With Barbaros Erkose, clarinet; Lassad Hosni, bendir, darbouka.




Kenny Wheeler Angel Song
With Lee Konitz, alto saxophone; Bill Frisell, guitar; Dave Holland, double-bass



Charles Lloyd The Water Is Wide
Brad Mehldau piano; John Abercrombie guitar; Larry Grenadier double-bass; Darek Oles double-bass; Billy Higgins drums.








John Coltrane, Archie Shepp New Thing At Newport
From 1965 the classic Coltrane quartet doing One Down, One Up; and four from a Shepp quartet including Barre Phillips, Bobby Hutcherson and Joe Chambers.



Max Roach Quiet As It's Kept
With the Turrentines and Julian Priester, Bob Boswell on bass, no piano (which opens things out). The title track is a Bill Lee composition; To Lady is a haunting Billie Holiday tribute.



Gato Barbieri Chapter Three: Viva Emiliano Zapata
Terrific Latin jazz: Chico O'Farrill directs the band, including legends like ace percussionists Ray Mantilla, Portinho, Luis Mangual and Ray Armando, then Seldon Powell, Grady Tate, Ron Carter...



John Coltrane Kulu Se Mama
The classic quartet in 1965 with Pharoah, Donald Garrett, the great West Coast drummer Frank Butler, surprisingly, and Juno Lewis, all joining in on the title track.