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John Coltrane Coltrane
Totally unmissable just for the opener, a killer, 15-minute version of Arlen's show-tune Out Of This World drums and bass locking it down, Trane taking flight. From 1962, between Ole and Impressions. Doxy LP.



Alice Coltrane Eternity
Trying out new ideas after leaving Impulse! in 1975, by turns deploying Wurlitzer, Rhodes and harp, and Charlie Haden and Ben Riley, percussionists, and an orchestra. (There's a Stravinsky.) 180g LP, Japanese CD.




Miles Davis Agharta
An afternoon in Osaka, 1975. With an On The Corner kind of gang Sonny Fortune, Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and Mtume. 'The greatest electric funk-rock jazz record ever made' (Allmusic).



Brigitte Fontaine Comme A La Radio
With the Art Ensemble Of Chicago in 1971, her masterpiece. The eight-minute title track is a total KO dazed, alluring, urgent surrealism over deep, funky jazz but the whole thing is sensational, a stone classic...



Serge Gainsbourg Percussions
Surprising, percussive Afro-jazz, recorded by Alain Gouraguer in 1964, with the hits New York USA and Couleur Cafe.