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Blue Mitchell The Last Tango = Blues
The trumpeter with David T Walker (guitar), Charles Kynard (organ), Herman Riley (tenor sax), Jackie Kelso (tenor sax, flute), Bill Perkins (tenor sax, flute) and co. Ace Cymande version.




Michael Garrick Mr Smith's Apocalypse
A tripped-out jazz cantata a school choir, Norma Winstone, Don Rendell, Art Themen, Henry Lowther, Coleridge Goode, alongside the pianist. Originally on Argo, under the name Garrick's Fairground.



Sun Ra Lanquidity
Recorded one long hot night in July 1978. Sun Ra at the Rhodes, Disco Kid on guitar, deadly funk riffs, heady and tight. A classic.



Doug Hammond A Real Deal
The Detroit legend, veteran of the Tribe label, plays thumb piano and drums, with pianist Kirk Lightsey and sings with heartfelt, spiritual intensity. A strange, lovely record. With a Four Tet mix.




Coleridge Goode Bass Lines: A Life In Jazz
Highly recommended memoirs of the longtime Ladbroke Grove resident sixty years and Harriott associate, revealing his huge contribution to the British jazz scene.




The Dave Bailey Quintet 2 Feet In The Gutter
Dave Bailey (drums), Ben Tucker (bass), Bill Hardman (trumpet), Billy Gardner (piano), Frank Haynes (tenor sax).




Patrice Rushen Prelusion
With George Bohannon (trombone), Oscar Brashear (trumpet, flugelhorn), Hadley Caliman (flutes, soprano sax), Joe Henderson (tenor), Ndugu (drums), Tony Dumas (bass), Kenneth Nash (percussion).



Norman Connors Dark of Light
With Stanley Clarke, Cecil McBee, Eddie Henderson, Carlos Garnett, Gary Bartz and Buster Williams.



Evan Parker and Ned Rothenberg Live At Roulette
A complete concert recorded in October 2006 at Roulette in NYC, and listed by All About Jazz/NY as one of the year's ten best 'brief and beautiful, full of intent listening... one to savour.'



Ike Quebec It Might As Well Be Spring
Ike Quebec (tenor sax), Freddie Roach (organ), Milt Hinton (bass), Al Harewood (drums).