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Roscoe Mitchell, Tony Marsh, John Edwards Improvisations
The AACM legend over two nights in 2012, with John Edwards on double-bass and Tony Marsh on drums. All three play brilliantly together. Staggeringly good music; lovely silk-screened sleeve. Warmly recommended.



Eddie Gale Black Rhythm Happening
His second Blue Note, from 1969, with Elvin Jones and Jimmy Lyons, like Ghetto Music headily brewing together funky grooves, a gospel street choir, and late-sixties free-form freakery.



Eddie Gale Ghetto Music
1968 leader's debut for the trumpeter, who came up under Kenny Dorham, jammed with Jackie Mac and Trane, chipped into Unit Structures and Of Peace And Love, besides decades with Ra (thing like Lanquidity).



Sun Ra The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra
'Space jazz reverie' is right. A seven-piece recorded by Tom Wilson for Savoy in 1961. Ra on piano; lots of great tunes. New Day is classic Arkestra bass, cymbals, hand percussion and Gilmore's bass clarinet.



Donald Byrd Free Form
At his peak, with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock in 1961. Pentecostal Feeling and the rest. Zinging outward-bound hard-bop. LP from Doxy.



Jack Costanzo Mr Bongo Has Brass
The master percussionist's solo debut, for Zephyr in 1956, leading the horns through crime-jazz and Latinized dancers, with plenty of his old-boss Stan Kenton in the mix.





Lars Gullin Swings
The great, great Swedish baritone player in the manner of cool schoolers like Gerry Mulligan and Serge Chaloff, but with his own improvisatory touch, and dabs of Swedish folk in the late 1950s.