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Har-You Percussion Group Songs From The Ghetto Youth
Back in the legendary Latin soul recordings of a Harlem youth project led by Montego Joe (who reminisces here on the closing track) enough funk bass, burning horns and heavy drums to tear up any party.



Don Ellis Essence
Years before his big bands and electronics the trumpeter on Pacific Jazz LP from 1962, more experimental than usual for the label, with Paul Bley and Gary Peacock bracing, often free-form.




Roy Ayers West Coast Vibes
The vibesman shining through an early-60s brew of standards and originals, with great contributions from Curtis Amy, Vi Redd and Carmell Jones. Russ Freeman and Jack Wilson take turns on piano.



Harold Land Take Aim
The great, unsung, hard bop saxophonist recording for Blue Note in 1960, with Martin Banks, Amos Trice, Clarence Jones and Leon Pettis. Twenty minutes of Straight No Chaser is thrown in, for this reissue.



Ornette Coleman Skies Of America
His symphony for string orchestra (and drums, sax). Brooding, profoundly evocative, achingly beautiful, with the democratic, cosmic vision of Walt Whitman reborn. An amazing, neglected record, warmly recommended.



Sahib Shihab Summer Dawn
1963 set pulsing with extended, deep modal grooves including the dancer Please Don't Leave Me. Originally issued by Argo, strangely though recorded by MPS-man Gigi Campi in Cologne, which figures.



Gerardo Frisina Introducing Emily Jones
Classy, swinging Emily is from Canada the music here is upful, groovy and full, with a nod to choice Brazilian, cinema and library jazz styles.




Jon Balke Siwan
With Amina Alaoui and Jon Hassell.



Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band Jazz Is Universal
Thirteen swinging jazzbos from seven nations including Zoot Sims and Sahib Shihab.



Benny Bailey Mirrors
The fine Clarke-Boland trumpeter in a small group setting (including Sahib Shihab, and Tony Coe on clarinet) with strings think of the great Stan Getz LP Focus brilliantly charted by Francy Boland.



Lloyd Miller Oriental Jazz
Performances on TV in the 1960s.