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Eric Dolphy Eric Dolphy at the Five Spot, Vol. 1
The RVG-remastered, OJC CD is a factory-sealed cut-out, with a small hole drilled in the back of the case, top left.



Paul Chambers Bass On Top
From 1957: Paul Chambers (bass), Kenny Burrell (guitar), Hank Jones (piano), Art Taylor (drums).



Larry Young Into Somethin'
The great organist setting out his stall on this adventurous debut for Blue Note (as leader) plainly more into Trane than Jimmy Smith. With Grant Green (guitar), Sam Rivers (tenor sax), Elvin Jones (drums).



Lee Morgan Tom Cat
From 1964 with Curtis Fuller, Jackie McLean, McCoy Tyner, Bob Cranshaw and Art Blakey.



Paul Chambers Quintet
With Donald Byrd, Cliff Jordan, Tommy Flanagan and Elvin Jones.



Albert Ayler Bells
Gale-force masterpiece.



Stanley Turrentine The Spoiler
A nonet, with five horns, including Blue Mitchell and Julian Priester, and McCoy Tyner. Arrangements by Duke Pearson.




Joe Henderson Page One
From 1963, his brilliant hard bop quintet Kenny Dorham, Butch Warren, Pete LaRoca, McCoy Tyner as completely entrancing on dance classics like Blue Bossa as on the more reflective tunes. Warmly recommended.



Charlie Rouse Bossa Nova Bacchanal
Gorgeous, swinging jazz excursions in Caribbean folk, Latin and samba styles, with Willie Bobo, Patato Valdes and Gavin Masseaux lighting the way on percussion. Irresistible stuff from 1964.



Joe Henderson Our Thing
Kenny Dorham, Andrew Hill, Eddie Khan, Pete La Roca.




Hank Mobley Straight No Filter
With Lee Morgan and McCoy Tyner on the first half; Donald Byrd and Herbie Hancock, the last third.



Philly Joe Jones Blues For Dracula
A factory-sealed cut-out, with a notch in the case.



Miles Davis Sketches Of Spain
180g, DMM, 45rpm vinyl from Doxy. But the way to go is definitely the slightly more expensive HQ-180 RTI pressing in a numbered edition from Sony.