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Max Roach Deeds, Not Words
Intriguing 1958 line-up: Ray Draper on tuba, Booker Little, George Coleman, Art Davis.



Sarah Vaughan Divine: The Jazz Albums 1954-1958
The best recordings of this stupendous singer, arguably the greatest jazz singing there is for fucks sake, nattily presented like a seven-inch box-set. Brownie, Roy Haynes, Cannonball... Do yourself a favour.



Eric Dolphy Outward Bound
His 1960 debut as leader, with Freddie Hubbard, Roy Haynes, Jaki Byard and George Tucker. Poll Winners CD.



Zilla Mayes Calypso Blues
Two sparkling, evocative versions of the Nat King Cole: Zilla, the blues and gospel singer from Atlanta, from a 1961 LP; and Ray Johnson from New Orleans (the brother of Plas Johnson), for Aladdin in 1957.



John Coltrane Traneing In
With the Red Garland Trio.



John Coltrane Lush Life
From 1957 and 58 sessions, dusted down in 1961. The trio settings give him room to shine... but this is a must for the fourteen-minute title-track, with Byrd, Red Garland, Louis Hayes, Paul Chambers. Just stunning.



Don Cherry 'Mu' First Part
Marvellous, entrancing duets with Ed Blackwell. Sunspots CD. Very strongly recommended.



Full Moon Ensemble Crowded With Loneliness
Terrific, cult French space-jazz LP from 1974. Samba Miaou is an irresistible cocktail of Pharoah Sanders vibes and deliriously militant poetry from the same menu as I've Known Rivers and Stances A Sophie.