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New York Art Quartet New York Art Quartet
Milford Graves (percussion), Leroi Jones (vocals), Roswell Rudd (trombone), John Tchicai (alto saxophone), Lewis Worrell (bass).



Marc Ribot Excercises in Futility
'the definitive collection of Ribot’s expressive and virtuosic solo music. Twisted, mangled and tortured, this instrumental tour-de-force is musical sacrilege at its best.' (Tzadik)



Ornette Coleman David, Moffett and Ornette — Paris 1966
Dick Fontaine's film of Ornette live, in rehearsals, and in conversation. And Sound?? — Fontaine's 1967 portrait of Roland Kirk improvising, going to the zoo, playing the blues. John Cage turns up too.





Billie Holiday Songs For Distingue Lovers
With Harry Edison, Ben Webster, Jimmie Rowles, Barney Kessel, Red Mitchell, and Alvin Stoller.



Oliver Nelson The Blues And The Abstract Truth
Oliver Nelson (alto sax, tenor sax), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Eric Dolphy (alto sax, flute), Paul Chambers (bass), Roy Haynes (drums), George Barrow (baritone sax), Bill Evans (piano).



Jack Kerouac Blues And Haikus
Teaming up with sax players Al Cohn and Zoot Sims for a series of abstract, spontaneous poetry-meets-jazz sessions.



Candido Conga Soul
With Charlie Persip (drums), Jimmy Cleveland (trombone), Milt Hinton (bass), George Duvivier (bass), Lalo Schifrin (piano) and Jay Cameron (baritone sax).




Chris McGregor Eclipse At Dawn
Previously unreleased — the Brotherhood Of Breath recorded at the Berliner Jazztage in 1971.



David Axelrod Seriously Deep
Impossible-to-find mid-seventies Polydor album, at last reissued. Cannonball Adderley-produced jazz-funk, generous with the breaks and deftly shaded by strings, featuring Ndugu, Joe Sample, Jerome Richardson.



Don Cherry Tibet
Also known as Eternal Now, and made in Sweden.
The trumpet-playing may be restricted to the cover-snap only, but this is still a lovely, warm, playful world-jazz record.